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January 21, 2012
I never, in a million years, would have thought that Onward State would be cited by the national media, and today, I sincerely wish it never had been. To all those who read and passed along our reports, I sincerely apologize for misleading you. To the Penn State community and to the Paterno family most of all, I could not be more sorry for the emotional anguish I am sure we caused. There are no excuses for what we did. We all make mistakes, but it’s impossible to brush off one of this magnitude. Right now, we deserve all of the criticism headed our way.
Onward State managing editor resigns over false Joe Paterno death report. Really appreciate Devon Edwards owning up to this. Props to him. Appreciate his honesty in a tough time.
23:30 // 2 years ago
brooklynmutt:

@markcviera

Should’ve known something was up the second PennLive, who broke the Sandusky story, said it was unconfirmed.

brooklynmutt:

Should’ve known something was up the second PennLive, who broke the Sandusky story, said it was unconfirmed.

21:09 // 2 years ago
BREAKING: Joe Paterno gravely ill, his family says: Paterno, who was diagnosed with lung cancer at the height of the scandal that rocked his football program, is “nearing death” (as the Patriot-News’ headline puts it), and family is rushing to his side. Paterno, 85, has reportedly had severe complications over the past few days, and his status is reportedly “serious.”

BREAKING: Joe Paterno gravely ill, his family says: Paterno, who was diagnosed with lung cancer at the height of the scandal that rocked his football program, is “nearing death” (as the Patriot-News’ headline puts it), and family is rushing to his side. Paterno, 85, has reportedly had severe complications over the past few days, and his status is reportedly “serious.”

18:40 // 2 years ago