Tribune Review 09/20/2005

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Tribune-Review - Sept. 20

I had never given the layout of a newspaper much thought. I just knew that the most important articles went on the front page. It makes sense that they’d put the most alluring image on the front page as well. I never noticed the lines that separate the articles either.

I enjoyed the “Man found not guilty in death at Derry bar” headline. The subheading actually grabbed my attention first: “He was accused of kicking the victim repeatedly in the head.” How could anyone not want to read more? I think those subheadings really grab the reader’s interest.

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