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Friday, August 19, 2022

Thank you, Greenwood

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This has been an overwhelmingly emotional week. We’ve planned, we’ve plotted and frankly it’s been a long time coming. Finally, yes finally, Greenwood has a local news source.

As those fresh sheets of newsprint rolled off the press, I smiled. Everything coming to fruition, what fulfillment! We have a lot of work to do going forward, and we are excited about the new challenges ahead of us.

We understand how heartbreaking it was to loose your generations old newspaper, and to have others come and go. We promise as we push forward to continue to grow and be a reflection of this beautiful town.

We are anxious to tell the stories of the mom and pop shops, of little Sally selling lemonade, and share the great historical nuggets within this community.

Relationships are everything to me and our entire staff. Resident News has built it’s reputation on trust and relationships. We understand that takes time, and we are willing to put in the time and effort it takes.

So, thank you Greenwood. Thank you for not giving up on us, and for supporting us as we continue to be a news source you can value and trust.

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Tammy Teague
Tammy is the heart behind the brand. Her tenacity to curate authentic journalism, supported by a genuine heart is one her many wholesome qualities.
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  1. I live in Texas now, and I am 86 years old. I miss the old newspaper, so tell me more about this new one. Will it have obituaries? The last “new format” paper did not not much for me to read. I need to know when my old friends die and what the alive ones are doing now. How much is it to subscribe and where do I go to subscribe? Greenwood needs a newspaper.