The Spokesman-Review values statement
The following values form the framework for the myriad news decisions made daily by
Spokesman-Review journalists. Our goal is to live up to these values every day.
We reflect the life of our community every day in all of its wholeness and complexity.
We tell people what we know when we know it, without fear or favor.
We watchdog government and other public life institutions.
We are committed to the free marketplace of ideas.
We believe the publics business ought to be conducted in public always.
We give voice to the voiceless and defend the defenseless.
We recognize the positive lives led by our community's young people every day.
We empower citizens so that they can exercise their citizenship.
We will do good
not just good work.
Please hold us accountable. We want to hear from readers when something goes wrong. If you catch a factual error, please submit them to Accuracy Watch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling city desk at (509) 459-5403. If you have questions, comments, complaints or suggestions about news coverage, please call city desk at (509) 459-5403 or editor Steven A. Smith at (509) 459-5423.
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