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Contact The Wakulla News:
Call The Wakulla News at (850) 926-7102 for news or advertising questions.
For news or to submit a Letter to the Editor, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our mailing address is P.O. Box 307, Crawfordville FL 32326.
About our staff…
William Snowden is the editor and manager of The Wakulla News. He has been working for The News for the past 18 years covering courts, local government, and providing local cartoons. William oversees the newsroom including the editing, writing, page layout and design of the printed newspaper, as well as updating our website content. He is a fifth generation native Floridian born in Tallahassee.
Nicole Zema has been the reporter for The News since 2014.
Lynda Kinsey is the advertising sales representative for the News and has been handling display advertising for advertisers with The Wakulla News for the past 17 years. Lynda also places online advertising on our website as well as the site's Marketplace ads. Lynda has been with The News for more than 25 years serving as office manager for the first eight years then moving into sales. Lynda has also served as staff photographer covering local events and activities around the county. Lynda has lived in Wakulla County since 1973 and is originally from Indiana.
Eric Stanton is production coordinator and IT for The News. Eric has worked for The News for the past 11 years and coordinates the graphics for advertising and page design for the production of the newspaper and all of its special sections and outside projects. Eric was born and raised in Wakulla County.
Samantha Tully joined The News in March 2015. She handles advertising and obituaries. She has a Bachelor's Degree in psychology, and has many years of customer service experience. She is a native of Wakulla County.
Morgan Jackson is a part-time graphic artist for The News, and a fulltime student at Florida State University. She is a native of Wakulla County.
About The Wakulla News…
The Wakulla News was established in 1895 and has been the county newspaper of record focusing on issues that are important to Wakulla County residents. The Wakulla News provides news, features, community interest stories, and local sports coverage. Our readers encompass a wide variety of demographics, from the descendants of pioneer families in local fishing villages to families who are new to the area brought here by the close proximity to the state capital, two major universities, and a large community college. The Wakulla News has a paid circulation of about 4,500 hitting the racks each Wednesday afternoon and delivered by mail to subscribers every Thursday.
The Wakulla News publishes several special interest sections each year which include, but are not limited to Green Living & Energy; a high school graduation section in May; a local hurricane guide in June; a Reader's Choice section in the summer; a Back to School section and a local Football section in the fall; political sections specific to election years; and a holiday greetings section every December.
Deadline for the printed News is Thursday at 5 p.m. for “need proof” advertising and Friday at 5 p.m. for camera-ready ads. Classifieds deadline is Monday at 11 a.m. Legal advertising deadline is Friday at 5 p.m.
Please submit news content as early as possible and electronically if possible, because we are unable to guarantee that an item will run a particular week in the printed publication.
Landmark Community Newspapers Inc. (LCNI) is the parent company of The Wakulla News, having purchased the paper in July 2006. LCNI owns 58 paid newspapers in 13 states, 40 free newspapers and shoppers, 16 offset commercial printing plants, seven collegiate sports publications, and 30 special publications such as real estate guides and homes magazines. LCNI is a division of Landmark Communications, a privately-held media company in Norfolk, Va., with interests in newspapers and special publications, TV broadcasting, cable programming, outdoor advertising, and education.
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