by Guy Page, Publisher
One of the blessings of the Giving Season is getting to read the notes Vermont Daily Chronicle readers send along with their voluntary subscription checks. This morning I received this note in the mail from a St. Albans couple:
“Dear Guy – We really love the daily Chronicle. Really enjoyable and informative reporting. Keep up the good work.”
Enclosed was a generous check which will help us reach more people with more news in 2022. But I gotta say – words like those that keep me at the keyboard and on the phone, assigning, writing and editing the news every day. Like the note from a Northeast Kingdom woman that I shared last week:
I did not know about the Vermont Daily Chronicle until the day that you hosted the Bill Sayre show on WDEV this fall. It was such a relief to have/hear a discussion on issues that the mainstream media censors from debate.
“I began reading the Chronicle shortly after that and appreciate what you are doing. Thank you for allowing comments from the public. I no longer feel so alone about the issues that threaten our freedoms.
“Keep up the work and may your truthful reporting spread to more readers, and those in our government.”
If you agree with these sentiments, you can help in three ways:
- Advertise your business or not-for-profit organization. Most ads cost $10/day, which works out to about $2.50/1000 readers.Email email@example.com for information.
- Support us with a voluntary, non-tax deductible subscription for $108/year. You can send a check to Vermont Daily Chronicle at P.O. Box 1547, Montpelier, VT 05601. Or, you can make a monthly or one-time donation via PayPal. Sums greater or smaller of course are welcome too. You are welcome to continue as a free subscriber regardless of whether you make a donation.
- Tell your friends about Vermont Daily Chronicle. Feel free to send them this message and link: CLICK HERE to receive every posting from the Vermont Daily Chronicle. Absolutely free, now and always!
Thank you for taking the time to read. I hope that, together, we can make 2022 the best year yet.
Free Speech Forever,
Editor & Publisher
Categories: Letter from the Publisher
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