‘New’ Register brings new schedule

News

October 27, 2010 - 12:00 AM

The introduction Monday of the “new” Iola Register will bring about a few changes for readers.
The daily paper will now be 12 pages in two sections, A and B. Sports will lead section B.
Some of the Register’s regular weekly items — television listings, the East on 54 page, Colony news and the church directory — will switch days.
Television listings, up to now in our Thursday editions, will be part of our Friday newspaper.
Colony news meanwhile, which was on Fridays, will move to Thursdays. East on 54, also previously on Fridays, begins running on Wednesdays.
Our church directory is moving from Saturdays to Fridays. Any church news will be printed alongside the directory.
On Fridays, readers will also find society news in full color, always on page 6A (the back page of the first section).
Some items will remain the same.
Farm news will continue to run on Mondays, and Humboldt news will still be a staple of our Tuesday editions. Court news and Iola Area Chamber of Commerce columns will continue to run on Saturdays.
As has been mentioned previously, subscription and advertising rates for the new full-color newspapers will remain the same. The only difference will be the addition of a full-color ad option.

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