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New Pulaski County paper announced - the Uranus Examiner

The Uranus Examiner will fill the void left by the Daily Guide, which published its last paper Sept. 7. (MGN Online)

After one area newspaper closed its doors, another will open, and its name is out of this world.

The Uranus Examiner will fill the void left by the Daily Guide, which published its last paper Sept. 7. Former managing editor of the Daily Guide, Natalie Sanders, will be managing editor of the new newspaper, a release stated.

“I feel it's vitally important that our communities have a trusted, local, and unbiased news source," Uranus Mayor Louie Keen said. "Natalie joined our team to help with the fun newspaper we had already planned, but with the loss of the Daily Guide, I think it's important to provide such a needed resource to our communities. Facebook isn't a good place for people to get trusted news and not everyone has access. I plan to direct mail the Uranus Examiner to every address in Pulaski County.”

The Daily Guide, which was most recently published by GateHouse Media, had been in operation for 50 years. The new outlet promised to be a 20 – 24 page weekly newspaper that will provide local coverage of sports, news, classifieds, obituaries, and events, as well as provide a place for schools and individuals to submit their news.

The Uranus Examiner will be released in the weeks after Oct. 15. The Uranus Examiner will be mailed to 15,000 addresses to start with and as it is built, will be expanded to include all 25,000 addresses in Pulaski County. It will also be available at local businesses, at no charge to the public, the release stated.


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