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Your guide to today’s Missourian

Sunday, April 4, 2004 | 12:00 a.m. CST; updated 12:49 a.m. CDT, Monday, June 30, 2008

[The following refers to the print edition of the April 4 Columbia Missourian.]

Dear Reader,

Well, we’re here – the first published draft of a new Sunday Missourian. Consider the journey: dozens of letters and phone calls and e-mails from you, the readers; regular survey responses from the Missourian Readers Circle; conversations with the experts on journalism at the Missouri School of Journalism and the experts on mid-Missouri life in coffee shops and in basketball bleachers. Consider the sausage-making among Missourian editors: inspiration and creative bursts, fights and frustrations and, above all, an incredible passion to do something special for you.

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Whether the work has been successful is up to you. Today isn’t an end. I want to make your Sunday better. On May 2, the Missourian will publish a revised edition based on your feedback and editors’ own critiques. By fall, NewSunday should be ready on a regular basis.


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