Donald Trump, president of the Untied States, has added a new phrase to the American lexicon: fake news.
It’s a particularly important time to address this issue. This is National Newspaper Week, when newspapers from coast to coast celebrate their service to their communities.
There is a lot of fake news out there, most of it on social media websites. Whether deliberately planted or just someone repeating what they heard, it is more often than not, simply wrong.
Who can you trust? In the Archbold and Pettisville school districts, you can turn to the Archbold Buckeye.
The theme of National Newspaper Week this year is “Real Newspapers…
Whether you read a print edition of the newspaper or peruse the Buckeye online, you can be assured the news you’re getting is not fake.
Real journalists put in real work and put in long hours week-in and week-out to give you the real truth. They go to real sources for the facts, and don’t simply repeat what’s heard on the street.
When you want to catch up on rumors and innuendos, there are places to find them.
When you want real news, particularly about your community and your neighborhood, trust the publication which has reported on and supported Archbold for 112 years– the Archbold Buckeye.