What makes a Standard story?

posted February 27, 2015 at 12:00 am
by  The Standard

Thoroughness and the ability to go deeper and further into the heart of an issue is what characterizes what goes into The Standard. Not just in our news reports, but in the informed opinions–from the sharpest minds with authority to speak on the issues at hand– that form the backbone of The Standard

It begins with the search for information and verification. But these are not all that stories are. It requires taking the information, presenting it in a compelling and relevant way so that they result in ideas that inspire action.


Ideas that inspire change.


This is our vision. This is our story.


This is The Standard.

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