Pa­per gets to bot­tom of it

The Sunday Times - - News -

A SMALL Amer­i­can town has a new news­pa­per called The Uranus Ex­am­iner.

Ed­i­tor Natalie San­ders started the “fun” pa­per that will in­clude lo­cal news and pro­mote the tourist town of Uranus — pro­nounced the way any self-re­spect­ing smart-alec school­boy would say it.

Uranus, on his­toric Route 66, is known for quirky at­trac­tions, in­clud­ing the world’s big­gest belt buckle.

In neigh­bour­ing Way­nesville, Mayor Luge Hard­man says she thinks the “in­nu­endo” around the new pa­per’s name will bring “pub­lic ridicule”.

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