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An example of why paper still don't get it in the Internet age

McClatchy, the owner of 29 newspapers including The Sacramento Bee, announced Thursday it lost $1.5 million in the second quarter “as the newspaper chain continued its decade-long struggle with the shift to a digitally dominated media landscape.” 140 more words

Kings’ Skal Labissiere rises from ruins of Haiti to NBA | The Sacramento Bee

Labissiere, who was selected 28th overall and acquired in a draft-day trade with the Phoenix Suns, gave up soccer and volleyball for a game he loved and believed would lead to a lucrative job in the NBA. 169 more words

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Sacramento Baptist preacher incites outrage with praise of Orlando massacre | The Sacramento Bee

No, you have not gone into a time machine. This is America in 2016. And this is a person that a community looks up to for Clues on how to behave. 141 more words

What a bunch of dumbbells

The Sacramento Bee, the region’s largest newspaper that prides itself on holding the powerful accountable, has some explaining to do about the  36-page section on Northern Californian’s numerous aquatic recreational opportunities it published Monday. 386 more words

Pulitzer Prize 2016: Ohman, He's Good

Yesterday, the 2016 Pulitzer Prize winners were revealed with due fanfare and a trivia night-worthy reference to the fact that prize recipients used to get notified via telegram. 184 more words

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California farms added 30,000 jobs in 2015 despite drought

The Sacramento Bee

March 17, 2016

Summary: California agriculture added an estimated 30,000 jobs during 2015, leading to conflicting analysis in light of continuing drought conditions. 75 more words

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The Sacramento Bee thinks this is page one news

Amid all the turmoil in the world today, The Sacramento Bee decided this story deserved front page attention today: “Did mailman deliver turkey’s fatal blow?” The first paragraph of the story set the tone: 378 more words