It’s good­bye to My Town pages

Cen­tral Tele­graph wishes to thank all of the con­trib­u­tors over the many years

Central Telegraph - - LIFE | MY TOWN - Karin-Ane King Gen­eral Man­ager

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.

PHOTO: KRIS­TEN BOOTH

TOWN PRIDE: Cen­tral Tele­graph gen­eral man­ager Karin-Ane King thanks all the con­trib­u­tors for their My Town pieces over the years.

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