The coronavirus is threatening our community. Local reporting is more important than ever before. A large part of our revenue, including the events we produce and much of our advertising, involves people getting together in groups. That’s obviously not possible now (for good reason). The loss of such a significant chunk of income jeopardizes our future.
Our small newsroom has been working tirelessly to report on the latest coronavirus developments along with all the other news that matters. Very early on, we made our coronavirus coverage available free to all readers.
But we’re asking those who are able to consider subscribing or even donate using the form below (the Times, at least in name, is a for-profit company, so donations won’t be tax-deductible). Help us continue this vital work.
Our sales team also continues to work hard in difficult circumstances. If you’re in a position to continue advertising, please reach out to sales director Phyllis Britton at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In 46 years in business, we’ve survived abject poverty, arson, the Dixie Mafia, Mike Huckabee’s ire, a U.S. Supreme Court case that would have put us out of business and dozens of other calamities. With your help, we will get through this one, too.