Those who read this paper or other publications notice a variety of bylines on articles of all different types.
At The Post-Journal, in-house reporters produce a hefty chunk of the content, but who are all of those people who don't have post-journal.com email addresses printed below their names?
Some of them are Associated Press writers or local or syndicated columnists. Others are staff writers from our sister papers in Dunkirk, Westfield and Warren.
In my short time at the paper, I hadn't interacted with Ogden Newspapers employees outside of the region until recently.
As many of you know, we now have a couple of former employees of The Post-Journal working in Martinsburg, W.Va., in Chris Kinsler and Dave Emke.
I'm sure we have other friends at many of the 40 Ogden papers across the nation; I just don't know who those people are due to my lack of time in the field.
Although I spent a week vacationing in the Adirondacks with my family back in high school, I know no one from that area. I probably read copies of the Adirondack Daily Enterprise without giving them much thought.
As it turns out, the Enterprise is one of The Post-Journal's sister papers. The Adirondack paper's staff was kind enough to loan us a story this weekend, adding a new byline to our Sunday edition.
The story has a Jamestown connection, and the Enterprise's editors were kind enough to think of us.
After benefiting from the favor, I decided to take a look at where the other Ogden papers are located.
I've learned we have sister papers in Hawaii, Florida, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, and of course, New York.
Maybe I'll swap stories with the Estherville Daily News in Estherville, Iowa one day, or we'll discover a local resident's newsworthy connection to Maui, Hawaii.
The possibilities may be far from endless, but at least I won't think of a starship or a car-rental company the next time I hear the word "enterprise."