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What kind of stories does The Courier Tribune publish online?

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The Courier Tribune, based in Asheboro, North Carolina, publishes local, national and international news and sports stories on its website, Courier-Tribune.com. Stories about local events, announcements, classified listings, obituaries and editorials also appear online.

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The website divides stories similarly to the print version of The Courier Tribune, with news, sports, living and opinion comprising the main sections.

The news section covers local, area, state, national and world news, as well as business, elections and court results. Many of the stories focus on local and community news, with state, national and world news primarily provided by other news outlets, such as CNN and newspapers in larger cities.

The sports section covers professional, college and high school teams, with special attention given to the Asheboro Copperheads amateur baseball team. The living section includes stories about marriages, home and garden, entertainment and health. The opinion staff provides editorials and reader letters.

Other sections include Thrive Magazine, Get This and When the Bell Rings, which combine staff opinion pieces with local event, special interest and arts stories. The classifieds include sections for jobs, real estate and autos.

The Courier Tribune subscribers can access an electronic edition of the print newspaper, which combines a scan of the print version with the ability to click on stories and links in the content. Non-subscribers can access a limited number of premium stories on the website each month.

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