Why you should be grateful for the independent tribune of Waco
In the aftermath of the Oklahoma City bombing, the local newspaper and the Independent Tribune were both forced to close.
They didn’t get much press, either.
Then, two years later, the paper came back online, and they were featured on local radio and television.
They weren’t well known.
And when I was covering the Oklahoma bombing for the local paper, I heard the same story over and over.
But now, the Tribune is back.
The paper’s owner and editor are both men who have never been shy about discussing the bombing.
They’ve had plenty of time to think about what to do next, and I’m excited to see what they come up with.
Here’s what I’ve learned from them.1.
You’re not going to see any big change.
In 2009, the Tulsa World covered the case of a man named Kevin Daugherty, who was in a car with his brother, when they were killed in a shootout with police.
The story didn’t change much for the next few years.
The bombing was a huge story, and the bombing itself was a big deal.
The people involved were convicted and were serving lengthy prison sentences.
But for years afterward, no one talked about it.
There was no national coverage.
There were no congressional hearings, and there was no outrage about the bombing and its aftermath.2.
This is your new hometown.
I’m happy to report that the Tulsa Tribune has gotten some attention.
But it’s not because it was the only independent newspaper in the state of Oklahoma that had a large number of bombing victims in 2009.
It was also because a local TV station called WTVT did a report on the bombing, and that was the first thing the newspaper did when the paper reopened.
They are the first independent paper in the city to take on the bomber’s family.
The Independent Tribunes coverage of the bombing was extremely limited.
There weren’t any investigative reports on the family members of the victims, and neither was there any reporting on the fact that the bombing happened in Oklahoma City.
The Tulsa paper did some coverage of a local woman who was accused of being a participant in the bombing in Oklahoma.
The local paper also interviewed a woman who had been arrested by the FBI on the night of the bombings and who claimed to have been involved in the planning.
The Independent Tribunals coverage was limited to that, and was only about two or three times that.4.
They’re not your old local paper.
The Tribunes are still owned and operated by the owners of the Waco Independent News, the newspaper that was also owned and published by the city.
But they’re also owned by a local television station, the News Channel.
That news channel has been doing more coverage of local police shootings than anything else in the last couple of years.
But that has been a big difference.
They have been more aggressive about covering the bombing than they have been about other things, like the Oklahoma tornado.5.
They still don’t seem to know a lot about it (or any other bombing).
I’ve talked to several people who worked for the paper and didn’t know much about it, and a lot of them said that the coverage was very limited.
They had to ask me to put it on a list of things I’d like to see the paper do.
But no one really knew.
The staff seemed to just not have any idea.
I didn’t ask about it when I started writing this article, and it’s never been on the list.
So I didn, too.
But I’m not surprised.
They were probably not expecting any coverage.
I’m still surprised that the paper still doesn’t have a lot more information about the bombings than it had before.6.
It’s not going away.
When I started covering the story in 2009, there was some talk that the newspaper might not be around much longer.
But when I began writing this piece, there were some people who said the paper had a good future.
And now they’re right.
The independent paper is going to survive.7.
The news is going in a different direction.
After WTVC started its coverage of that bombing, a reporter called me and said that there were two other stories that he was interested in covering.
They could have a little more time to talk about the other two, but I didn.
And I think I’m going to keep going to the newspaper to do a story on another bombing, because I think the story is worth telling.
I don’t know if I’m getting the same coverage.8.
They might be right.
I don’t think I know what to make of the Independent Times’ announcement that it will be retiring its print edition in 2018.
The fact that it said that in the announcement that was released two days after the bombing indicates that the future is very uncertain.
It would be great if they had a more permanent