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21 memorable local Washington Examiner covers

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Politics,Beltway Confidential,Charlie Spiering

Today the Washington Examiner published our last daily print paper featuring local coverage.

Below are some of the memorable local covers that have appeared in the Washington Examiner in the past eight years.

Some of the covers exposed government fraud and waste while others focused on Metro troubles. At times the paper would embrace its "inner-tabloid" to delight the reader with sensational covers.

 

1. That's one creepy rat

 

2. An escalating problem

 

3. Um.

 

4. After lawyers complained about the smell, this burger joint had to close

 

5. Exposing Dulles Rail board family favors

 

6. Reacting to another hot summer in Washington

 

7. Poking fun at Virginia's plan to cover Viagra for state workers

 

 

 

8. Occupy comes to D.C.

9. Occupy on its way out of DC

10. Examiner readers helped our Most Wanted feature capture criminals

 

11. The dangers of jogging and walking in the city wearing headphones

 

12. One of many embarrassing Metro stories

 

13. Bikeshare cover made a splash on the local scene

 

14. The DC Earthquake cover. Never forget.

 

15. Tiny Terror

 

16. D.C. getting impatient with Occupy protestors

 

17. Kwame resigns

 

18. Cocaine Soup?

 

19.  Joining the cicadas craze

 

20. We feel your pain Washington

 

21. Thank you, Washington

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