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No newspaper on July Fourth

As we look ahead to the Fourth of July weekend, here's a reminder that the Post-Bulletin won't publish on Monday, July 4. As of Memorial Day, we no longer publish on major holidays, which allows most of our employees and carriers to celebrate the day with family and friends.

We'll have coverage on Postbulletin.com through the holiday weekend, and the website will be open to all users for unlimited viewing on Monday.

P-B offices will be closed, but our news staff never sleeps. If you have news, call the newsroom anytime at 507-285-7700, or send email to news@postbulletin.com . Death notices and obituaries received by noon Monday will be posted that day.

Saturday's Weekend edition will have special features, including a roundup of July 4 parades and fireworks around the area.

Enjoy the holiday weekend, and we encourage you to take time Monday to remember what the parades and fireworks are all about — a celebration of our independence and the founding of our nation.


If you have questions or comments, don't hesitate to call me at 507-285-7742.

Jay Furst

Post-Bulletin managing editor

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