It’s goodbye to My Town pages
Central Telegraph wishes to thank all of the contributors over the many years
IT’S with some sadness that we say farewell to our My Town section of the Central Telegraph. It has been great to speak to our contributors over the past few weeks about their experiences writing for the paper. Their dedication and devotion to this section of the paper has been greatly appreciated. Readers might have already noticed some changes to the local paper in regards to our format and layout. We are very excited about the rebuilding of our brand and product over the next few months, with a strong focus on community engagement and looking forward. We are very much about what is coming up next and where are we heading in our communities. We are extending an invitation to our community groups to take advantage of our regular contribution and community sponsorship program. Your local paper will always be a reflection of what’s happening in your town. We welcome community input and look forward to hearing from you in the near future. See page 2 for details on how to contact us. If it’s on and local, we want to know about it.
TOWN PRIDE: Central Telegraph general manager Karin-Ane King thanks all the contributors for their My Town pieces over the years.