Westside Pioneer prints all color for 1st time in November-December
The Westside Pioneer published its first all-color issue for its November- December print edition. Copies are available at more than 50 outlets on the Colorado Springs Westside.
The print run was 12,000.
Like the website, the printed edition is free to readers and consists entirely of content focused on Westside news. A 16-page paper is printed every other month.
The family-owned publication is in its 14th year, defining the Westside as east of Manitou Springs, south of Garden of the Gods Road, west of I-25 and north of Cheyenne/Broadmoor.
From its first edition in 2004, the Pioneer has had color on some pages - always on the front page with others in black and white - but a viable opportunity arose to print all in color, and the plan is to continue that from now on.
The Pioneer outlets - mostly on the Westside - include both King Soopers, both Safeways the Westside Community Center, the Old Colorado City Library, the Old Colorado City ore-cart news boxes and a rack outside the Old Colorado City post office.
If you would like a print edition mailed to you, the Pioneer will send it first-class (inside an envelope) anywhere in the U.S. for $3. To set up that service, call the Pioneer at 471-6776.
Online, the Pioneer e-mails a weekly "blast" to let subscribers know about new articles. There is no fee for that service. To get on the list, e-mail Editor Kenyon Jordan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
That is also the best e-mail for news tips or questions about stories.
For information about advertising in the Pioneer, Assistant Publisher Therese Jordan can be contacted at email@example.com.
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