A possible subject of scrutiny for the new ombudsman at the Cape Cod Times

A hearty thumbs-up to the Cape Cod Times for being willing to bring an ombudsman on board to scrutinize the paper's coverage, as I wrote in a media watch post last month ("Pronovost hits one out of the park," Jan. 4).
An equally deserving thumbs-down to the paper for making the ombudsman's first column this past Sunday inaccessible to online readers.
A friend told me yesterday that the column had run on Sunday, but when I went to the online archives last night, I was unable to find it. Another person told me today that the column was in Sunday's paper and a second  search of the paper's website proved futile.
Maybe the column is somewhere on the site, but a reader shouldn't have to play "Where's Waldo?" to find it.

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