Dear Friends:

Over the last few weeks, inewsource has been involved in some of the biggest stories in our region. From the drama surrounding the future of the San Diego Opera to deep-dive stories about candidates on Tuesday’s ballot, inewsource continued its commitment to fact-finding and truth-telling, and then letting people do as they will having been informed.

Whether this meant voting to close — or re-open — the Opera, or deciding how to cast a ballot in the primary, our audience was better prepared to take action because of our investigations, reporting, and writing.

If you’d like to support inewsource, please click here.

After all, that is our goal. Mission accomplished.

If Democracy takes an informed citizenry, and we think it does, then information is the coin of the realm. Rather than being in the “results” business, inewsource is about digging deeper, and asking just one more question. It’s the people, the readers, listeners, and consumers of news, who then decide what to think.

Thank you for joining with us in keeping Democracy vibrant with information you can believe. It’s an awesome responsibility and we are honored to shoulder it on your behalf.

-Lorie Hearn

Lorie Hearn is the chief executive officer and editor of inewsource. She is a lifelong news-aholic who started her reporting career writing her Girl Scout newsletter at age 12. High school and college were filled with school newspaper work, and after graduation, she worked as a reporter for newspapers...