Recently I was talking to Jenny Fee, one of our reporters. She was perusing a school board agenda and reported that there wasn’t much happening at the upcoming meeting. Did I still want her to go?

Amy Duncan

Amy Duncan, publisher

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This is the most important aspect of your newspaper. Your articles are much more detailed than in some print newspapers, perhaps because you are not limited by total number of pages. Thank you for good reporting.


Your government that is closest to you should be what you know the most about like your county and city governments. However, in some of my interactions with the public, it’s obvious there isn’t a lot of pre-education about processes and procedures. Knowing those processes and procedures determines how effective the public can be in changes if there is something they don’t like taking place. Reporting in those mundane aspects can bring about that education to make change possible. Thank you for educating all of us!


I personally want to thank you for being there.

Bill Howard


This is primarily why I have a subscription. Thank you!

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