The Hill Valley Telegraph, if you forgot, plays a pretty big role in plot exposition for BTTF. When things change in the past present, the headlines in the paper reveals the changes in the present future. I loved seeing the bad news transform into good news as a kid! But if you take a step back and think of the Hill Valley Telegraph as a newspaper organisation, well, things get pretty hilarious.
Vulture examines multiple headlines and determines that even though the Hill Valley Telegraph takes a strong interest in national news (the Eisenhower veto for example) they also give front page headlines to silly local news more befitting of the back page: clock tower being struck, Biff Tannen winning bets and George McFly receiving awards. What kind of newspaper is the Hill Valley Telegraph? National? Local? Terrible? And without a focus, how did it keep printing in 2015? WHAT ARE THE ANSWERS.