The Coastal Courier debuts a free, daily e-mail publication, Good Morning Liberty, on Tuesday.
“Many readers have asked us to expand our current delivery of headline news to e-mail subscribers into a more community friendly format,” Courier publisher Mark Griffin said. “The Good Morning Liberty newsletter will do just that.”
The newsletter’s focus will be on activities, lifestyle and cultural information. There will be a few traditional “news” headlines, but we also want to tell you if your neighbor or co-worker is having a birthday.
There will be links to useful Web sites around the community and readers will be encouraged to submit items for publication.
“As we launch the newsletter next week we are eager to hear from readers on other information we can include and ways we can improve the newsletter,” Griffin said.
The newsletter will actually be a site on the Web, www.coastalcourier.com/goodmorningliberty. But most people who read it will have it delivered early each day to their e-mail inboxes.
To start, many area residents will get the newsletter automatically. Those are people who have registered with valid e-mail addresses at the Courier’s Web site, www.coastalcourier.com, and those who have registered to vote or submit items in any of our online contests.
If you get one, but don’t want it you can cancel the subscription with a couple clicks of the mouse. If you don’t get one, but want it, you can subscribe by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.