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Have you seen the CATS production of “Tibet Through a Red Box” yet? This is the last weekend, and it’s a “must see.”
Mardi Gras was great, especially given the sunny mild weather for Sunday’s parade and street fair. The crowd was jubilant. Would that we could always order up such a day in February.
Material is just pouring in, almost an embarrassment of riches. We are doing our best on the Prospector team to give everyone a mention. Sending your press release early, by e-mail, is great.
Kudos to all who are following the “how-to-submit-your-photographs-by-e-mail” drill. It’s terrific when we can get it done with the first e-mail, rather than having three or four exchanges to clarify. As always, if you have questions, please phone or drop me an e-mail.
If, instead of e-mailing photographs, you plan to drop some off a photo to run with your event, please put your name and contact information on the back of the photograph or on the disk ” that is, if you want them back. We’ll then call or e-mail you when they are ready to pick up at The Union in Will-Call. And please identify who and what is happening in the photograph. Thanks.
Remember, we still are looking for reader submissions. Let us know what CDs you like or what DVDs or videos you’ve rented.
Also, we are always seeking feedback. Do you like the mix of stories we’re running? Are we missing some important entertainment news? Should our stories be longer? Shorter? Do you like the page with lots of briefed items?
Prospector is only successful if it mirrors our community. We want readers to be involved and give us suggestions for stories.
” Pam Jung, firstname.lastname@example.org, 477-4232
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Grass Valley is due for a quick drop in temperatures on Thursday, though they’ll return to seasonal norms the following day, the National Weather Service said.