Newspaper should keep doing what it does best
I am one of the loyal and longtime subscribers who is grateful you have reversed the boneheaded decision that would end reasonable delivery and suspend Sunday publication.
You are spot on — a small-town newspaper can’t go head to head with the 24-hour news cycle.
What you can do to improve revenue is more of what you do best: local news, sports, photos, op-eds, and public interest stories. This is precisely why people crave a local newspaper.
The upcoming local elections are a perfect opportunity to delve deeper into the stories behind the intricacies of local politics. Let reporters hold our public servants’ feet to the fire, evaluating their accountability to the citizens who pay their wages.
You have done a great job for so many years. Please keep it up.