Kevin Uhrich writes in the Pasadena Weekly cover story about Wayne Lee, his mentor and the late editor and publisher of The Enterprise in Simi Valley.
A celebrated investigative reporter in his home state of Kansas who was part of the Hutchinson News staff that won the Pulitzer Prize in 1965, Wayne used to regularly tell his reporters and editors in Simi Valley two decades later that they would never have a chance like this again. That's because The Enterprise was "a reporter's newspaper," as Wayne often said, meaning we had absolute freedom to write about anything we wanted to. In my case, that meant local politics, a subject that was nearer and dearer to Wayne's heart than I could have ever imagined.
The page looks pretty buggy on my Mozilla browser, just fyi.