As we've been promising all week, Saturday's a big day for Post-Bulletin readers, and of course for us. Copy editor Adam Bergstrom, who along with page designer Barb Erickson and their boss, copy desk chief Randi Kallas, will get at least a few gray hairs later today as we put the newfangled paper to bed.
Here's my column for the front page:
Two new sections.
New local columns.
Financial advice from the Wall Street Journal and Dave Ramsey.
Daily business scoops from Jeff Kiger.
More news. Easier to use. More value. That's what you'll find in the Post-Bulletin, beginning today. Thanks for checking us out.
Inside, you'll find Your Money, a new section to help you manage your money, with advice and money management tips from the world's leading source, the Wall Street Journal, and from nationally known columnist Dave Ramsey.
You'll also find Social Network, a new weekly section on how local and area people get the most from their time online at Facebook and Twitter, tips on hot apps and websites, how-to's on cell phones and mobile technology — everything that goes into being connected with friends, family and the world at large.
Turn to my column on page A2 for more details on the new content and the changes we made to make the paper easier to read.
What hasn't changed is that what matters to you matters to us. We work hard every day to get that news and information into the paper, and to be a valuable and relevant part of your life.
Thanks for buying and reading the Post-Bulletin.
The press starts at 6:30 a.m. Saturday. Hope you like what we've produced, and I'm counting on you to share your comments.