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The Livingston Post launching monthly print publication

The Livingston Post is launching a new, monthly print publication on Sept. 1.

The Livingston Post monthly will be full of the quality writing, commentary and sports coverage that viewers have come to love online at The publication will be totally free, and it will be available at locations throughout Livingston County.

Advertising in The Livingston Post monthly starts at just $30 a month, with a full-page ad starting at $520, making it the most cost-effective advertising in the community by far.

Working on this project are three of Livingston County’s longest-serving and best-known journalists — Maria Stuart, Buddy Moorehouse and Tim Robinson, all of whom live in the community. The three combined have over 60 years experience in covering Livingston County, and no one knows it better than them.

The three are being joined by former Livingston County Circuit Court Judge Stanley Latreille, a published novelist who is working on his second book; Mona Shand, a journalist who recently won honorable mention in the prestigious Erma Bombeck Writing Contest, which draws entries from throughout the world; and Renee Chodkowski, aka The Great Foodini, who will share her talent, recipes and stories; as well as other writers on

The publication will also feature a robust community calendar, community news, feature stories, commentary, and in-depth pieces on issues important to readers.

For more information, call (810) 623-9858. You can download advertising information by clicking here.

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