Ian Campbell

Managing Editor

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Ian Campbell is the managing editor for The News-Review, a former senior editor at the Emerald Media Group and a camping fanatic. Follow him on Twitter @MrCampbell17

Police footage of several juveniles allegedly vandalizing the Community Cancer Center in Oregon.

A fire truck parks near a grass fire that ignited on Reservoir Hill in northeast Roseburg Saturday morning.

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Ian Campbell commented on Trump assaults democracy

This is an opinion piece known as a letter to the editor. It was submitted to the newspaper by an Idleyld Park resident. This is not a news article written by a journalist. Please take your accusations of "fake news" elsewhere.

Thanks for reading.

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We used 2010 Census numbers across the board. Since not all of the counties have reliable 2018 estimates in the Census, it wouldn't be fair to compare Portland's 2018 population to Wheeler's 2010 population.

Using that data set, we came up with a population of 626,188 for the 16 count…

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We reported 16, too. It's written in the first sentence.

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Mogie, we published an update days ago. Here's the link: https://www.nrtoday.com/news/local/douglas_county/roseburg-hiker-safe-at-home-after-extensive-search-and-rescue/article_b6d066b5-0184-5897-a7c9-ce38b2f9d63d.html

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Oops. Thanks for letting us know.

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At the scene, the owner of the horse said its name was Spade. Later, the police report listed the horse's name as Wilbur. We went with what the owner told us, taking is straight from the horse's mouth, if you will.

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All facts and information were gathered from publically accessible court documents and police records — as indicated in the story. If something's wrong, give me a call at 541-957-4209. I'd be happy to go over the police affidavit with you and see what's "sensational news" and what…

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I have no doubt that you do. But as I said, at the end of the day, we are responsible for what appears on nrtoday.com and in The New-Review. I can defend our decision to use obscenities in every case because we've had that discussion internally. I can't possibly defend your usage because we …

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The reason — which might be one you don't like — is that we put a tremendous amount of thought into using obscenities in our articles. We group, we discuss and we consider the implications. Offensive language shouldn't be used in a gratuitous fashion, so when we include such words in our ar…

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Ian Campbell commented on Washburn should be censured

Byline has been added. This is a Letter to the Editor, not an editorial. Sorry for any confusion.