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May-June 2014

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The paper looks nice, nice layout. Its all done on computer now isn't it?

Yes, it is.—Editor

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Why do people still feel the need to read newspapers? I mean, in this highly technological world, the whole thing is already available on the web, isn't it?

EDITOR: Where the Sicangu Sun Times Newspaper is designed and later placed on newsstands, it represents a remote area of the country where many people have little access to the Internet. But more people are gaining access. The newspaper helps lend familiarity to members living off-rez, seeing what their brothers and sisters are seeing on newsstands back home, and get an idea what news and opinions are being generated. You'd have to have grown up newspapers to really appreciate them.

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