GILBERT — The Gilbert Times, the sister newspaper of the Williamson Daily News, will begin offering home delivery for new subscribers within two weeks.
For more than 30 years, The Gilbert Times has served the Gilbert, Justice and Horsepen areas and offered local community sports and news. Recently, The Gilbert Times has expanded its coverage area into the Hanover area of Wyoming County and to all local schools such as Gilbert Elementary School, Gilbert Middle School, Jammie Darrin Christian Academy and Huff Consolidated Elementary and Middle School.
In the Gilbert Times, you can find feature stories about your neighbors, information about the latest town council meeting and how the Gilbert Lions and Huff Raiders played during the week. Our readers can also enjoy a weekly health column from local personal trainer P.J. Addair as well as columns from town Judge Michael Kane and other guest editorials from community members.
The Gilbert Times Editor Kyle Lovern says that he is excited about bringing home delivery to the Gilbert area and hopes that it works as incentive for local people to subscribe to their local paper. “Now our readers can experience the ease of getting their morning paper delivered right to their home every Wednesday,” Lovern stated.
In celebration of offering our new home delivery service, The Gilbert Times is offering a low price to anyone who subscribes for a year. Now, you can get a year’s worth of local news for only $26. Madalin Sammons, a reporter for the Gilbert Times says she hopes to make the newspaper feel like it is part of the community again.
“I want our readers to know that this is their paper,” said Sammons. “I want this paper to be something for them to be proud of and look forward to getting each week.”
If anyone would like to subscribe to The Gilbert Times, please call 304-664-8225.