The Standard Journal

For generations, the daily newspaper has been a daily staple of American life. The Gazette or The Herald or The Journal came every morning (or afternoon) with the latest news, sports, advertising, comics, puzzles, stocks, TV, etc. – something for everyone.

Clippings documenting family triumphs and tragedies were pasted into scrapbooks, folded into Bibles and pinned to the refrigerator door. In many ways the newspaper was treated like a member of the family. It could make you smile. It could make you angry.

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