The Pipestone Flyer is back in Wetaskiwin

The Pipestone Flyer has good news for all our fans and readers in the City of Wetaskiwin: the newspaper is coming back.

The Pipestone Flyer is returning to the City of Wetaskiwin.

The Pipestone Flyer has good news for all our fans and readers in the City of Wetaskiwin: the newspaper is coming back.

After receiving several months of phone calls, emails and other feedback from our readers, The Pipestone Flyer and its parent company Black Press are excited to announce the newspaper is returning to Wetaskiwin. We heard you loud and clear.

Coverage of City of Wetaskiwin events will once again appear in these pages. City of Wetaskiwin coverage will be featured along with County of Wetaskiwin and Leduc County coverage.

Readers will see the Pipestone Flyer out and about in the community, and please feel free to contact the newspaper with your tips and event information. Our contact info is available online at www.pipestoneflyer.ca.

 

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