Newspaper refreshed

You may have noticed your newspaper looks a little bit different this morning

  • Apr. 6, 2016 8:00 p.m.

You may have noticed your newspaper looks a little bit different this morning.

Hopefully it looks cleaner, brighter and a little easier to read.

A bit of a spring clean-up if you will, while still retaining what you’ve grown to trust and enjoy over nearly three decades of publishing The Morning Star in the North Okanagan.

“Our focus was to make it easier to read by changing the font size of the body copy,” said publisher Ian Jensen. “We also redesigned the front page, as well as section and page headings, to provide a cleaner, bolder look while also retaining the essence of The Morning Star tradition as your trusted news source,” said publisher Ian Jensen.

Some sections may have new names and looks but it’s the same dedicated people bringing you the local information you depend on three times a week.

“We didn’t want to change the North Okanagan’s newspaper too much but we felt it was time to hit ‘refresh’ on the overall look of the product and inject some vitality into the presentation,” said managing editor Glenn Mitchell.

“We hope you like it and please let us know what you think as producing a community newspaper is always a work in progress and our readers and advertisers are always top of mind.”