Friday, October 28, 2016

Print edition of the Midway Messenger features comprehensive election coverage

The Fall 2016 print edition of the Midway Messenger is being circulated this weekend at stores, restaurants and other locations in the Midway area.

The edition is the largest ever, with 20 pages, 12 of them in a pull-out section with comprehensive coverage of candidates and issues in the Nov. 8 election: profiles of each candidate for state representative and the City Council, a story about issues in the legislative race, and a story about the council candidates' two forums.

The edition includes many stories that have not been published online but will be posted in the next few days. The profiles of City Council candidates appear on a special page, here.

The Messenger, a project of the University of Kentucky School of Journalism and Media's Institute for Rural Journalism and Community Issues, has a print edition once a semester. Each edition's printing is has one or more sponsors; this one is sponsored by former Gov. Brereton Jones and his wife, Libby Jones. It was printed at the Georgetown News-Graphic.

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