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46.238: Remember this number. On Sept. 1, if all goes according to plan, that's how many residences in Randolph County will begin receiving a free edition of the first issue of the Randolph Hub! Yes ... free. Yes ... to 46,238 residences, not people. Yes ... Randolph County. But don't thank us. Thank KLAUSSNER FURNITURE INDUSTRIES, which is sponsoring our inaugural edition. You can read more about those plans on the Randolph Hub Facebook page.

The idea behind this hyper-local weekly newspaper is to give Randolph County an alternative newspaper option. This start will give the Hub the best chance possible to reach as many people as possible. 

Randolph Countians, we heard you say this is something you want and the county needs. We put together a team of people you have trusted for decades to answer the call. It's now up to you to decide the fate of this project. 

If as a community you decide not to back what we're offering, at least no one can say we didn't give it our best shot. But we're hopeful and optimistic that you can't wait to see what comes next, and we will do what we can to make sure you don't regret that decision.


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