The news should be the news. It should be accurate and unvarnished by bias. Magnolia Tribune, at all times, strives to live up to the highest code of journalism ethics. There is a place for opinion, but opinion should be clearly separated from news. It should be well-reasoned, evidence-based, and tested by competing thought.
We work daily to ensure that our coverage is balanced, and that the broader media ecosystem is balanced, so that people have all the facts and information necessary to make good decisions. In addition to our news and opinion sections, our business section spotlights what is happening in Mississippi’s economy and our culture section shares the best Mississippi has to offer.
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