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Milestones launching in mid January

For many years, The Daily Republic has published wedding, engagement, birthday and anniversary announcements in the "Etc" and "Album" sections every Wednesday and Saturday in the paper.

For many years, The Daily Republic has published wedding, engagement, birthday and anniversary announcements in the “Etc” and “Album” sections every Wednesday and Saturday in the paper.

As of Jan. 21, The Daily Republic will begin sharing this community news on an expanded page, which will appropriately be called “Milestones.” This new page will still include the weddings, engagements, birthdays and anniversaries as it always has, and it will be published each Saturday in our “Album” section, just as before.

The publication fee for this news will be $30 for announcements of weddings and engagements, and it will be $25 for all other “Milestones” announcements. However, please know that there will be no charge for all items that The Daily Republic has already received or will receive prior to noon Jan. 15, either at our email address celebrations@mitchellrepublic.com or at the newsroom office.

After Jan. 15, readers submitting their “Milestones” to The Daily Republic will use the newspaper’s website to place their “Milestone” announcements. In addition to your news, you will be asked to include your contact and payment information. The website will allow you to choose how the information will be displayed in the newspaper, including the length and whether you would like to include a photo. And this website will automatically prepare your “Milestones” to be processed online at mitchellrepublic.com as well.

For more information, contact us at 605-996-5516 or email your information to celebrations@mitchellrepublic.com .

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