• Missing pages, missing issues issues

    Sorry for the pun, but if we didn’t get silly we’d go stark raving mad. The kinks are getting worked out, and your missing pdfs should go up pretty soon so you can check back issues. But just when we thought it was all going to smooth out, the press knocked four pages off the March 4 issue. Thank heavens it did not include the second half of any story (though we had teased them on the front page) nor did it include the legal advertising. One advertiser has been inconvenienced, Carol Genrich, a tax preparer, but another one went from being inside to being the back cover (the LaLanne Golfreation event) so they’re probably extra happy.

    posted to Cedar Street Times on March 4, 2011

    Topics: Current Edition, Front PG News

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