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Politics

Editor's note

By TIMES STAFF
Published March 31, 2007


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The last issue of the Citrus Times will be published Sunday, although the St. Petersburg Times will continue to deliver a full metropolitan report in Citrus County.

Citrus residents still will be able to get the newspaper delivered at home, and they can buy it in vending machines and stores. The paper will continue to write about major local news events, but those reports will now be included in the other sections of the newspaper.

There will be no change in several popular features, including the TV and movie listings.

Advertisers will still be able to reach Times readers in Citrus through zoned advertising and preprints.

The Times is closing its offices in Inverness and Crystal River.

The Citrus delivery center will remain open with its current level of staffing.

For home delivery of the Times, call toll-free at 1-800-888-7012.

For classified advertising questions, call 1-800-333-7505, ext 7051. For retail advertising questions, call 1-800-333-7505, ext 1444.

[Last modified March 31, 2007, 07:24:04]


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