The website should include all the news, information and advertising that is in the print version; in other words, it should be the entire local "paper" so we don't have to have the "paper" delivered and then have to lug it all to the recycle center later. This on-line version is good, but does not go far enough.
Congratulations to all winners, particularly Ms. Richards and Mr. Mitcham. It's not easy putting out a weekly with so few people and a limited budget. Maybe a full on-line "paper" would get more subscriptions to boost that budget.
Thanks for direction, but I do know where it is if others don't (now they do!). It's merely a scan of the paper "paper". I find it hard to read, especially reading columns down and then back up to read down again, and it's certainly not interactive. It's better than no option, of course, and I appreciate that they offer it here with all the advertising. This may be all they can do for now. In time I suspect they will be able to afford to put everything on-line in on-line format.
Congratulations on the honors and for having your hard work recognized by your colleagues. The county should be proud to have such a great independent newspaper. WELL DONE to the team, and especially to Zack and Margie to keeping the paper alive in these times.