SLOW POST APOLOGIES!Posted by Jack Howser on Thursday, July 5th, 2012 @ 1:02 pm.
And, we’re tired.
We’ve been busting our asses trying to expand the Disclosure empire, and now we’ve succeeded: Disclosure Heartland is done and ready to hit the stands beginning next Monday, July 9. Our publisher of this venture is Michael Kleen, who has moved down to Charleston from Rockford to manage five new counties in the Disclosure coverage area: Cumberland, Douglas, Coles, Clark and Edgar. Of course, for the past year, Edgar has been featured in the print version and here at the Disclosure website, as one of their errant deputies, Dee Burgin, is a Richland County native and people are naturally interested down here in his doings. This month’s print version will not leave you Burgin fans bereft; and as a matter of fact, we have a huge feature story, courtesy Ang, about more Edgar County people with South Counties tie-ins. So you don’t want to miss this issue nor the new Heartland version if you’re in the northern counties (aka “the Heartland”). Be sure to hit Michael’s website and see where the vendors are…we’ve been working diligently to add more and more, and pretty soon the Heartland will be saturated with Heartland.
In this current issue of Disclosure, we have an abundance of South Counties news and reviews; as well, there are a huge number of goings-on in what’s turned out to be our “central” location. There’s been such a distinction in the many counties we cover downstate that another idea has occurred to us. We won’t go into it in depth right now, but we want you to consider (and give your input, if you’re so inclined) that our nine “central” counties where we began Disclosure (Edwards, Wayne, Wabash, White, Richland, Clay, Crawford, Jasper and Lawrence) are kind of in a little group on their own; and that there are equally as many further south (Hamilton, Gallatin, Saline, Hardin, then occasionally Williamson, Franklin, Jackson, Johnson…and we’d like to add Pope, Massac, Alexander and Pulaski) that need our coverage. Could a Disclosure Egypt be in the works, with content devoted exclusively to that area?
We think so.
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