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May 14, 2009

From the Publisher's Desk: Weekly Star is coming to your homes for 2 weeks

Surprise! Bet you weren't expecting me this week, but I wanted to tell you about a bonus for home subscribers to The Daily Star for the next two Fridays.

All home subscribers will receive a complimentary copy of The Weekly Star, our newest publication that I've mentioned in my columns.

We thought you might enjoy the unique columnists and features it has to offer. One of my favorites is the center spread of area events, including community-submitted photographs.

I encourage you to check it out and continue to send us your best shots of family, neighbors and community events that capture the heart and pulse of this great area.

On the second Friday, we will publish the names of outlets that carry The Weekly Star so you can continue to enjoy it free of charge.

It is our pleasure to continually progress with different products and services to better suit your needs, and we always welcome your input and feedback.

I would love to hear your thoughts, so if you get a second, drop me a line.

If you are anything like me, the nostalgia of clipping a photo or a child's name from the newspaper is special.

I know I have already started one for my family. I remember my mom doing the same, and the keepsake is memorable and irreplaceable.

Back in high school, some action shots of me hit The Daily Star sports pages. I certainly didn't look my best, but I remember the pictures, the honor I felt, and the razzing I took in school that same day!

Enough said. I hope you enjoy this special program, and as always, we appreciate your support and continued patronage.


Tanya Shalor is publisher of The Daily Star and may be reached at (607) 432-1000, ext. 214, or Her column appears every other week.

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