Thanks to The Star for posting on-line all three versions of Wednesday’s front page. They illustrate succinctly the difficulty of publishing late-breaking news.
I heard the early news of 12 supposedly surviving miners on National Public Radio Tuesday night, and told my husband about it first thing the next morning. A minute later, he heard an NPR report of just one survivor. Just as he started to tell me that my lack of detail orientation was alarming, I pulled the first-edition headlines out of the newspaper bag.
I work in communications, and I know how difficult it must have been for the newsroom to follow and place this story.
Thanks for demonstrating to all what care and responsibility you put into sharing the news.