The Independence Examiner Endures

In a recent public post, the Mayor of Meth Town offers her praise on a recent move for a local paper that moved to all-digital (read: blog) last year . . .

"I start every Tuesday- Saturday morning reading The Examiner. I liked the days when I got the Star in the morning and The Examiner in the evening. I no longer subscribe to the Star but am grateful every day that we have a local newspaper with talented and ethical journalists covering our local communities. I wrote a weekly column for The Examiner from 2005-2012, retiring when I ran for City Council. 500 word every week for 7 years was a big commitment but I learned so much about our community through that experience. Congrats to our paper for surviving and remaining relevant in the modern age. Can’t wait to visit you in your new home. "

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The Examiner has a new home but the same mission

The Examiner has a new home at 300 N. Osage on the edge of the Independence Square. After 41 years at 410 S. Liberty St., it was time for a change. The newspaper industry continues to see massive changes, and The Examiner is making the same kind of move many papers have made.


  1. Translation: It's on its death kneel.

  2. Bill Althouse is the best sports reporter KC has ever had.


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