|Screenshot from report distributed to TEGNA stations|
“I know there’s the slogan, a newspaper without a town. Well we have a town! It’s just spread out everywhere,” Silva told Judson and Bruttig. “We just have to find out where they are, right? We still have a town. We still have the residents of Paradise. … They’re just not at their residences right now. So, we find them. . . . They’re not just our customers, they’re our neighbors and they’re our friends. … This has been their newspaper. Our voice is their voice.”
A print edition "is especially relevant now, as internet has been non-existent following the fire and many lost their phones while escaping the flames," Judson and Bruttig report. "The healing has just begun for the people of Paradise. And as the community rises from the ashes, Rick and the Paradise Post will continue to bring them the news."