December 31, 2020 – Before #Uninstall2020 is complete, we’d like to thank you – our subscribers and readers. You are the reason we keep doing our job, day after day. We’ll keep pushing the boulder up the hill because it needs to be done.

This year, we couldn’t have done our job without a lot of people.

The grocery stores and their staff who kept the doors open safely and the shelves stocked. The restaurants who adapted to keep their staff and customers (us) safe. Our local farmers who kept at it and shared their bountiful harvests.

Local government agencies who stepped up and really put public health and safety first. Utility workers who got lines back up, be that on New Year’s or on Christmas. First responders who kept all of us safe and local fires small.

People who sent notes and texts telling us we helped, in whatever small way, to keep them informed and eased their fears.

The experts who so freely shared their knowledge in town halls and the public who embraced the new way of connecting.

It’s customary to pick a word for the year. Last year we picked “record,” and well, it delivered…

For 2021, we’re picking “common” – hoping for common sense, building on common ground and working for the common good.

We wish you a Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year,
Susan and Pascale

3 replies on “Thank you and Happy New Year”

  1. Happy New Year, Susan and Pascale! We so very much appreciate the work you do and the service you provide for our community. Wishing you both abundant love, joy, prosperity, and excellent health for 2021!

    Maggie and Luke

  2. We can’t thank you enough, Pascale and Susan. This year, pandemic updates in our county have been added to the fire information you provide, among other items of local news of interest. What would we do without you??? I love common ground and common sense. We can hope. Thank you, thank you, thank you. Carol

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