The Sunday Advertiser runs "LUS fiber plan faces crucial vote Tuesday" as its Sunday headline. All in all it is pretty thin gruel. The story reviews the history, summarizes the plan, and covers the arguments of the boosters and opponents is the "he said; she said" fashion that has come to pass for objective journalism.
Though it may not matter much to the reading public, the decision to run a local story as the "Sunday Headline" is a significant one for those who work at a daily newspaper. The decision to present the fiber optic story as the story of the week makes sense. On a local level it is arguably the story of the year in its potential to shape the future. It is hard not to wish for a more muscular, in-depth piece that opens the issue up for examination by the public in addition to simply reporting the latest back and forth. If the story is worth the Sunday Head it is worth a little more work effort at this time to fill out the story and help readers understand what has and has not been credible in what has been said by both sides over the course of the story.
Still, taking this for what it is rather than what it could be, it isn't a bad little summary and is worth the read as long as you are careful not to take the he said, she said portions too seriously.