Nevada and Fort Scott newspapers to unveil new Herald-Tribune, Dec. 4

Sunday, November 13, 2005

Nevada Herald

Julie Righter, publisher of the Nevada Daily Mail and Herald, a daily newspaper in Nevada, Mo., and the Fort Scott Tribune, a daily newspaper in Fort Scott, Kan., recently announced that the two newspapers have joined forces to create a bigger-than-ever, spectacular new Sunday newspaper, serving both communities.

"There'll be something for everyone," Righter said.

Both newspapers will continue as separate entities on other publication days; only the Sunday edition will serve both communities. To be known as the Herald-Tribune, the new publication will be packed with the best in local news coverage. Readers will still see the same award-winning stories. There'll be breaking news coverage, features about what friends and neighbors are doing, special coverage for area youth, expanded sports coverage and more.

Readers will still see old favorites like cartoons and Dear Abby, lifestyles items, Larry Dablemont's column, favorite local columnists from Fort Scott and Nevada, and much, much more. In addition, there'll be a host of additional features that readers won't want to miss.

For example, the Herald-Tribune will include Parade magazine, a special page just for kids, and a larger section of classified ads for job hunters, house hunters and bargain hunters.

The first edition of the Herald-Tribune is to be published Sunday, Dec. 4.

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