A Note to Readers: Winters Express modified holiday editorial deadlines

For the next two weeks, the Express will be operating on a modified editorial schedule.

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Update: Our deadlines for the two holiday editions of the Winters Express have now lapsed. Going forward, press releases, letters to the editor and other content submitted to the Express will be considered for editions following the Jan. 3, 2019 issue. Our original note follows below: During a normal editorial week, the staff of the Winters Express puts the paper together early in the week with printing and distribution taking place in the middle of the week. Typically, our deadline for submitting press releases and letters to the editor is Monday afternoon; however, with major holidays falling on Tuesday over the next two weeks, the Express is modifying our editorial deadlines so our staff members can spend time with their family, friends and community. For the next two weeks, the Express will be operating on a modified editorial schedule. We ask readers, businesses, organizations and members of the community to please submit their tips, letters, press releases and other content a bit earlier based on our modified editorial schedule:

  • For our paper distributed Christmas week (Dec. 27 edition), please submit content no later than Wednesday, Dec. 19.
  • For our paper distributed New Year’s week (Jan. 3, 2019 edition), please submit content no later than Wednesday, Dec. 26.
https://www.facebook.com/WintersExpress/photos/a.444220272313/10155926686467314/ Please send all press releases, letters to the editor and event updates by email to news@wintersexpress.com. Content submitted after that deadline and breaking news will appear online at wintersexpress.com and on our Facebook and Twitter profiles. We wish all of our readers a safe and happy holidays, and we look forward to serving you through the remainder of the year and into 2019. — The Winters Express]]>

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