Christmas newspaper cancelled

The holidays mean there’s some changes to The Morning Star’s publication schedule.

  • Dec. 23, 2016 11:00 a.m.

The Morning Star will not be published on Christmas Sunday

The holidays mean there’s some changes to The Morning Star’s publication schedule.

There will be no paper Sunday, Christmas Day.

“We want to ensure that our carriers, drivers and staff have an opportunity to enjoy the festive season and spend time with their families,” said Ian Jensen, publisher.

There will be a regularly scheduled publication Wednesday, Dec. 28 but the deadline for display and classified advertising is today (Friday) at noon.

A paper will also be published Friday, Dec. 30, with the display and classified advertising deadline Wednesday, Dec. 28 at noon.

There will not be a newspaper Sunday, Jan. 1, New Year’s Day.

The display and classified advertising deadline for the Jan. 4 paper is noon Dec. 30.

The Morning Star’s office will be closed Dec. 26 and Jan. 2.

“All of us at The Morning Star wish our readers and clients a joyous Christmas season, and we thank you for your support during 2016,” said Jensen.


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