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Wasteland Biweekly Briefs 2

A collection of brief stories from around the continent.

SPRINGHILL PAPER AND PRINT CO RESUMES OPERATIONS

Interim head of forestry Galder Rove issued a statement explaining the production issues and the need for discretion. Production is expected to return to full capacity within the next month. Questions still abound as to the exact nature of the events, but no further answers are forthcoming.

UP-AND-COMING MUSICIAN MISSING, AUTHORITIES UNCONCERNED

Sources say that young fiddle virtuoso Johnny Mooring failed to keep his scheduled tour in Bazaar South after a blowout showing in Farm Northwest, leading to much disappointment among fans. Authorities in the area report that they “[…]have better things to spend their resources on than some flighty fiddler.”

SILVERMONT CLEANUP FACES PROBLEMS, ALLEGATIONS

Unconfirmed reports claim construction companies given no-bid rebuilding contracts with Farm Casualty and Assurance have connections to Syndicate front businesses. No more reports to follow.

RESEARCHERS INVOLVED IN CONTROVERSIAL STUDY NO LONGER FOUND IN OFFICES.

Vareig officials report that lead researchers behind the now-infamous “Less than 3/4” study have missed the last two weeks of work. With the SciFact Quarterly deadline fast approaching, University leaders pledge to exmaine findings and ensure proper publishing and verification.

REGAN SLIPS BONDS, BANDAGES

Sources close to Aradace police report that bandit leader Bruto Regan escaped medical custody early Monday morning. Authorities warn that Regan is to be considered armed but not quite as extremely dangerous as he usually would be.

RISING STAR WASTELAND HERALD REPORTER LET GO, LAST STORY PRINTED WITHOUT PERMISSION

The editorial board is going to flip when they realize I snuck this in here. They won’t let me finish the Silvermont story but it’s bigger than they realize. Watch this space closely – I’ll be back I swear.

SYNDICATE SPOTTED IN METROPOLIS WEST NORTH?

Authorities are asking for anyone with information about suspected Syndicate expansion in the Metropolis West North district to come forward. Monetary rewards have been offered for any information leading to the cessation of Syndicate activities, as authorities “[…]already have enough to worry about with the damn Families all in a huff about something.” according to interpol deputy commissioner Alex Werhan.

TROUBLING THRASHER MIGRATIONS RUMORED IN DESERT

Ornithologists in Dorestad report swarms of the normally solitary birds out in the desert. Most notable is the resemblance of the swarms to underground rivers theorized by Vareig scholars.

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