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Today The Journal embarks on a new era in its evolution as the hometown newspaper of Ogdensburg and it surrounding communities.

For the first time since the founding of the Daily Journal in 1865 The Journal will not be a daily paper.

Instead The Journal will be published on Tuesday and Thursdays in conjunction with the Advance News on Sunday.

While the new format may be a major change for readers, there will be no change in the The Journal staff’s dedication to bringing extensive local news coverage to the communities its serves.

In the sports section of The Journal has long been known for its concentration on high school and community sports while providing coverage to area colleges and the national scene as space permits.

That concentration will continue in a much larger sports section which will offer the opportunity for larger pictures, more features and a more artistic presentation.

Toward that end, the sports staff is asking the readers to aid in the goal of keeping the paper as a viable resource in the community.

Do you have an event you want publicize or have an idea you will feel would be a good story.?

Let us know about it by calling 393-1003 or dropping us an email at sports@ogd.com.

Quality picture submissions of all kinds are always encouraged and the arrival of the digital age makes it very easy.

Just drop off a print at the office or email digital images in the largest file possible to sports@ogd.com and attach the information.

Remember one picture says a thousand words and words and pictures are our business.

Pictures of all kinds: action or team shots of any sport youth and or adult, images of a great fishing day on the water or a memorable hunting day in the field and in the woods, a hole in one in golf course our a perfect game or huge series in bowling.

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