July 28, 2009 10:09:00 AM
Dear Commercial Dispatch Readers,
Recently, some of you might have received a letter from our circulation department. The correspondence was a result of a misunderstanding on our part about The Commercial Dispatch''s plans to expand into the Starkville market. It is understandable that it raised concerns from our colleagues at The Dispatch, for whom we have the utmost professional respect.
I want to make it clear that the letter sent from our circulation department completely mischaracterized The Commercial Dispatch''s distribution plans. I have spoken to Birney Imes about the misunderstanding and found him to be very cordial and understanding.
Mississippi newspapers are a tight fraternity. We are all members of the Mississippi Press Association, which affords us the opportunity to personally get to know one another. The Commercial Dispatch is an excellent newspaper, and we have nothing but respect for Mr. Imes and the work he and The Dispatch team do in serving your community.
Further, we urge readers and advertisers in your town to support The Commercial Dispatch so that the paper can continue its mission of upholding the First Amendment and serving your community.
Larry K. Whitaker
The writer is president and publisher of The Clarion-Ledger
Thom Geiger commented at 7/28/2009 12:56:00 PM:
"Further, we urge readers and advertisers in your town to support The Commercial Dispatch so that the paper can continue its mission of upholding the First Amendment and serving your community."
Mr. Whitaker, I was following along with your letter pretty well until you got to the last sentence.
YY commented at 10/17/2009 11:42:00 PM:
I am planning to give my wife a big surprise with tiffany jewelry on sale as a birthday gift, but I don't know which one to choose, any ideas?
I get this tiffany and co from my grandmother when she passed, but I would like to know if it's definitely real, how can I do this?
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