Thank you for continuing to print

I know how difficult it can be to put out a paper even during the best of times.

I’d like to express my gratitude to the Courier-Herald for doing everything it can to provide physical copies to its subscribers, especially during the uncertainty of COVID-19. I reported for a small local newspaper on the East Coast in high school, and I know the work and dedication that goes into a weekly publication. Having our own paper adds a personal touch and hometown charm to the information we receive. It shouldn’t be taken for granted, as many places can no longer provide such a service (especially now when ad revenue is unstable). Thank you for all you do, Courier-Herald, and I hope to be flipping through your pages for years to come!

Sabrina Urlacher

Enumclaw


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