Westside Pioneer announces circulation increase, web site

       Westside Pioneer publishers Kenyon and Therese Jordan are pleased to announce two forward steps for the paper - a circulation increase and a web site.
       Circulation - Our weekly printing run has increased from 3,000 to 3,500. This is in response to increased reader interest since we started the Westside Pioneer last January. Regular readers may also have noticed since January that the number of distribution points for the paper has steadily grown (to nearly 40 locations now, plus the 13 Westside public schools), with a significant recent addition being the new Centennial King Soopers.
       Web site - The site contains archived news articles and photos from previous issues (the most recent being two weeks prior to the current issue); information on how to subscribe, reach staff and advertise (display or classified); and where to find the paper. The archives provide a good opportunity for readers to catch up on such local topics as Red Rock Canyon, Gold Hill Mesa, Fire Station 3, Westside transportation, Old Town, District 11 schools, the business community, West Intergenerational Center, Organization of Westside Neighbors and events such as Territory Days and the St. Patrick's Day Parade. The web site is complete except for a few stray archives. The address is westsidepioneer.com.
        We appreciate your support and hope we can continue to earn it.

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