A new masthead for the ‘On the Hill’ blog

When the Knoxville News Sentinel’s former state Capitol correspondent Tom Humphrey wanted to keep his blog alive after leaving the paper, he brought his popular “Humphrey on the Hill” to The Tennessee Journal’s website. He urged us to update the name, but at the time it made more sense to keep it as it was for continuity’s sake (and also because then-Journal editor Ed Cromer wasn’t quite ready to jump into this newfangled blog thing).

As the current print edition of The Tennessee Journal was the last for contributing editors Jackson Baker and Tom Humphrey, the time seemed right to update the masthead for the blog. As you can see, it will now be known as “TNJ: On the Hill.” It will be managed by Journal editor Erik Schelzig, hopefully augmented by occasional musings from Humphrey (and whoever else we can prod to contribute).

As we noted in this week’s Journal, Humphrey’s and Baker’s wit, charm, and institutional memories will be sorely missed.

The blog site is now onthehill.tnjournal.net.  And the email notifications of new posts will be from onthehill@tnjournal.net.  If you have the address whitelisted, you may need to update your settings.

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