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Inside The Herald-Sun 

One year after a traumatic takeover by the Paxton Media chain, Durhams hometown newspaper offers more local content, but less news.

Outside the window of Bob Ashley's office are the piney woods that drew him back to North Carolina to take a job as editor of The Herald-Sun in Durham one year ago. From this part of The Herald-Sun building, just off U.S…

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