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Wednesday, November 01, 2006

Dunwoody Crier's 10th anniversary under Dick Williams

From Dunwoody Crier, Front, 09/19/06, by Daniel Jacobs and Cathy Cobbs

Crier celebrates 10 years of expansion, involvement

In 1996 the Crier was a small town newspaper, with only about 12 pages and content focusing mostly on wedding and engagement announcements, garden club meetings and elementary school students of the month.

But over the past 10 years, during the time that Dick Williams has served as the editor and owner of the Crier, it has grown to a paper that averages about 40 pages per edition, is filled with color and focused on a wide range of issues.

Still, one thing hasn’t changed. It is still a local newspaper.


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