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Echo Journal to be delivered by mail starting Nov. 16

Newspaper carriers will no longer deliver products

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A reminder to our print newspaper subscribers that your Echo Journal will arrive in the mail, rather than by delivery to your home or business in the morning, starting Wednesday, Nov. 16.

With the increase in costs, increase in digital subscriptions and decline in print subscriptions, it has become necessary to move newspaper delivery to using the U.S. Postal Service

The change from newspaper carriers delivering our products to mail delivery is in part due to the increase in costs and digital subscriptions and a decline in print subscriptions.

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