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The Inlander Re-Design Launches February 16th

— These days, when a newspaper rolls out a new design, it's usually to obscure the fact that the paper is cutting back on content, pages and staffing.

At The Inlander, they actually have the opposite problem: They are growing.

The Inlander's reach in the community, the circulation, the advertising, the staffing and the journalism are all bigger, and stronger than ever. So they wanted to update the look and content of the paper to reflect the exciting things going on here in the Inland Northwest.

Some of the features you'll notice:

More news reporting. Weekly newspapers have historically acted as a supplement to dailies and TV, but with those media shrinking, local, independent weeklies like The Inlander have increasingly become the go-to place for in-depth reporting and context. The Inlander is devoting more space than ever to news and have added some new features into that section, too.

Expanded food coverage. They've added pages to the food section to accommodate more news about our local restaurants, as well as the latest developments in the world of cuisine.

A guide to the best local events. They have added pages highlighting what they believe are the week's best offerings. You'll also find in their events sections a rotating feature highlighting places where you can sing karaoke, play trivia, dance and much more.

They want to know what you think about the new design. Send your comments to editor@inlander.com.


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