It used to be that covering life in a community was an activity only for those with the means required to publish, which included a printing press and a complicated distribution system.
Today, citizen journalists regularly break news and blaze trails, writing about local issues, their various units of government, community events, and their lives.
Technology has allowed regular folks armed with laptops and cell phones to reach out across the community to educate, inform, entertain, and pull the heartstrings of their friends and neighbors.
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