|The newsroom of the Uvalde Leader-News; the city has 15,000 people and Uvalde County has 25,000. (The New Yorker)|
How does a twice-weekly newspaper handle a tragic evil of national proportions that left one of its reporters with a dead child? By providing “context, a source of understanding, and hand-holding, and healing,” Craig Garnett, owner and publisher of the Uvalde Leader-News, told New Yorker contributing writer Rachel Monroe, who covers Texas and the Southwest for the magazine.
|Front page of the May 25 edition|