A Random Collection Poll–feedback welcome!

The poll below is mainly directed at our Community Library patrons here in Ketchum, but our neighborly or farther flung readers are welcome to add their input with their own home library in mind.  All feedback on how you peruse the news, what your favored newspapers are, and whether or not there are key news delivery services we are missing is welcome.  Later in the fall we will be updating our subscription services–now is the time to put your oar into the process.  Thank you for your comments!

 

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  1. The Mountain Express, occasional Twin Falls Times News and the Statesman, New York Times Book Review, (okay, all book reviews.)

  2. It was nice when you had the Challis Messenger in stock, especially since much of their content is not online. There is a lot of very pertinent info in that paper. Last week’s had extensive coverage of the potential Post Office shutdowns over that way, which seems to be mostly unknown news over here.

    • Thank you for mentioning the Messenger–I will look into it. That is unfortunate news about the Post Offices.

    • Ah! The good news is, the Challis Messenger is available online! It can be accessed at http://www.challismessenger.com/

      • Yes, but as I mentioned earlier, much of what is in their print copy is not readily available online.


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