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100 Mile House Free Press, Cariboo Community Connector delivered Thursdays

Welcome to the new 100 Mile House Free Press and Cariboo Community Connector.

Starting today (Oct. 2), the Free Press and the Cariboo Community Connector will change publication days from Wednesday and Friday to a one-day-a-week publication with a new delivery day on Thursday.

Your community newspaper’s long-term commitment to the communities of the South Cariboo has not changed, publisher Chris Nickless says, adding it will continue to provide the best local coverage both in print and online.

“We are sure our readers will enjoy the change to a new publication day because everything you receive on Thursday will be there in one community newspaper package – with all of the week’s local stories and photos and advertising.”

The Free Press will continue to deliver to 3,000 readers within the South Cariboo and subscribers will now receive the Free Press plus the Cariboo Community Connector and all the flyers.

Folks who get their newspapers through the mail will continue picking up the Cariboo Community Connector with flyers from the Connector drop boxes in their communities or from the newsstands at their community stores.

Our new display advertising deadline is Monday at noon and our new classified deadline is Tuesday at 10 a.m.


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