In case you've missed it, the Star-Telegram began running a six-part series focusing on the JPS Health Network, Tarrant County's public hospital system, on Sunday. The first three parts can be read here, here and here.
But JPS employees won't be able to read the rest of the series online - not at least while they are at work.
JPS Chief Executive David Cecero and Chief Financial Officer
Gail Gale Pileggi decided to block internet access to the Star-Telegram.com site.
"It was a decision that was discussed with the administration, being Mr. Cecero and Gail Pileggi, and how to deal with news issues and how many people have the right to read and do things during the work day," said JPS spokesman Robert Earley, senior vice president of public affairs and advocacy.
Despite JPS' censorship, dozens of blog postings on the stories were made by people identifying themselves as JPS employees.
JPS Board Chair Steve Montgomery called the move "stupid."