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Posted on July 27 at 2:19 p.m.
Sure, the Daily Sound had its flaws, but I'll miss it. I cancelled the News-Press in 2006 and read the Sound every day; it was local and always interesting and you could hold it in your hands instead of not getting any news when your internet is down. It's a loss to the community.
On Daily Sound Offline and Selling Supplies
Posted on July 7 at 3:06 p.m.
I hope The Daily Sound can recover and resume printing. I subscribe to the online version; but it's not the same. I'd much rather have a print version to read (I also prefer to read real books, not on a computer or book reader) and I miss the sudoku. The editing may be iffy, but the Sound is the only paper to provide timely, free and local stories.
On <em>Daily Sound</em> Stops Printing, Goes Web-Only