Say what you want about newspapers today, but the Napa Valley Register showed it gets the paper out even when an earthquake damages its home.
KGO-TV in San Francisco offered a great report on this journalistic success:
Read the Register's ongoing reporting HERE.
This is the latest in a long history of newspapers rising above their own impact from tragedies to report on them - from the New York Daily News in 1977's blackout borrowing lights from the Superman film crew to the Times-Picayune in New Orleans and the Biloxi, Miss. Sun Herald literally wading through post-Katrina flood waters to publish.