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With commitment to local news, The Reflector meets the desires of residents to know what is going on in their communities. News of county, city and town governments, local elections, along with local school news is featured weekly. The Reflector is a trusted news source, written with independence and integrity. Today The Reflector averages 26 pages weekly, with regular use of color. It represents an inexpensive way to reach one of the fastest growing markets in the state.

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