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9/24/2013 10:26:00 AM
Editorial: Make yourself famous
Williams-Grand Canyon News


What should be featured most prominently in any community newspaper? Community members. The Williams-Grand Canyon News is dedicated to covering the Williams community. We want to feature you in our pages.

To do that most effectively, we need your help. We have a small staff at the News. We don't always know about every event happening in town.

We love a good tip. Let us know what you know. It's best if we find out about a photo opportunity or story possibility a little bit in advance.

Please don't assume we know about your event because it happened last year. We are the newspaper, but we can't promote your event if we don't know about it. Call our office. Telling us about an event while we are covering another event does not guarantee we will remember your event needs promotion. Our calendars are on our desks next to our phones ready to be filled with your events.

We attempt to photograph events as time allows, but we cannot always be there. If you see news happening and you have a camera handy, snap a picture! iPhone pictures work fine. Send them along. We happily accept submitted photos.

Small newspapers truly belong to the readers. Inside a small town paper, readers will find stories about themselves, their families and their neighbors. Everybody is or has a story. Photos and stories that are published are oftentimes cut out and saved to remember another day. Never forget that this is your newspaper. We look forward to promoting your events. Give us a call at (928) 635-4426.


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