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“A news story should be like a mini skirt on a pretty woman. Long enough to cover the subject but short enough to be interesting”, anonymous

Are you nosey? Do you want to frequently report key life events as they happen in your school, community or state? Have you noticed a pattern of abuse of power? Are local officials misusing public funds?
Would you like to scoop the local and national news media? Would you like to write follow-up stories, and update them as the action unfolds? Would you like to develop a following and impress readers with your journalistic prowess? If you said yes to any of the above questions, I Frackle is the platform for you. Become a FRACKLER.
For the first time in the history of US and International media, The Guardian Express is inviting budding writers to become a part of our Citizen Journalism Team. The concept is simple; you write what you see, but not hearsay. We are not looking for writers to share their personal binge drinking experiences; or comment on how much it cost to get a bikini wax.
If you want to share your observations, or want a career in journalism, join I Frackle and start scripting in plain and simple language. You don’t have to be an English majors or have a PHD. Experience is not required. Join I Frackle. All credible articles will be published. If your article is highly news worthy, we will carry your message loud and clear, far and wide. Your stories will appear from North East, West and South (NEWS).
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    Dyanne Weiss
  • Portland Trail Blazers LaMarcus Aldridge Unstoppable in Game Two Victory April 25, 2014
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    An Orange County Unified School District bus carrying schoolchildren crashed near the Anaheim Hills Golf course in California injuring 12 people. Six people were hospitalized including the 24-year-old male driver and five students from the seventh and eighth grades. The driver, who had to be pulled from the wrecked vehicle remains in critical condition and t
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