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After more than three years at the helm of The Herald-Whig and Courier-Post newsrooms, I’m writing today to let you, our readers, know that I have stepped down as executive editor.

editor's pick

In 1879, Mrs. Julia M. Bennett could typically be found seated behind a desk in the Hannibal Courier’s newspaper office, located on the second floor of 123 N. Main St. There, she would judiciously determine what would (and wouldn’t) be included in the newspaper’s next edition.

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The March 28, 1925, edition of the Hannibal Courier-Post was in actuality a celebration of photography. Not action photography, as we are accu…

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As some are aware, this column that I call, “Southern Perspective,” is in its 11th year. I must admit that when I began writing for the lo…

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This is the 10th anniversary of the birth of this column, so a few words about it seem appropriate. When the local newspaper leadership invite…