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April 23, 2013

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MILLEDGEVILLE — DELIVERY PROBLEMS

Tuesday through Friday: Call (478) 453-1400 before 11 a.m. for redelivery.

Saturday: Call (478) 453-1400 before 10 a.m. for redelivery. Customer service representatives are on duty from 7 a.m.-10 a.m.

Baldwin County papers are redelivered the same day. Those outside Baldwin County are redelivered the next publishing day. Redelivery of missed Weekend papers will be after 10 a.m. Saturdays.

CONTACT US

Publisher: Keith Barlow
(478) 453-1441 E-mail

Editor: Natalie Davis
(478) 453-1462 E-mail

Advertising: Erin Simmons
(478) 453-1437 E-mail

Circulation Director: Michael Evans
(478) 453-1401 E-mail

Production Director: Keith Justice
(478) 453-1424 E-mail

Assistant Sports Editor: Kyle Collins                                                                 (478) 453-1451 E-mail

Senior Reporter/Internet Editor: Vaishali Patel
(478) 453-1458 E-mail

Business Manager: Tiffany Hill
(478) 453-1442 E-mail


NEWS SUBMISSION
Call the newsroom at (478) 453-1450 Send an e-mail to Newsroom or fax to (478) 453-1439


TO ADVERTISE
Retail: (478) 453-1430
Classified: (478) 453-1414
Fax: (478) 453-1439
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TO SUBSCRIBE
Call (478) 453-1400 or go to Reader Care and click on subscriptions to use a secure site. 13-week rates: Home delivery – $29.95; mail in county – $29.95; mail out of county – $36.90. Senior citizen discounts available. EZ Pay $8.99 per month. Senior citizens discounts available.

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    DELIVERY PROBLEMS

    Tuesday through Friday: Call (478) 453-1400 before 11 a.m. for redelivery.

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