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If you like what you are reading and believe in independent, nonprofit, nonpartisan journalism like ours—journalism the way it should be—please contribute to keep us going. Reporting like this isn’t free to produce and we cannot do this alone. Thank you!

We want to know what needs our attention.

This year has been an incredible one for Carolina Public Press, from breaking news to in-depth reporting to short- and long-term investigative reporting projects. We’ve been busy. And you — according to our growing readership, increasing contributors and expanding content-sharing partnerships — have been listening, reading, commenting and sharing.

As always, we appreciate your support!

We also want to know what you think.

What needs our attention in 2014? What should we do more of or less of? What stories are going ignored that deserve the high-quality and detailed attention of Carolina Public Press’s editors, reporters, researchers and photographers?

To hopefully make it a little easy, we’ve put together this short survey. Go here to fill it out and let us know what you think. Or, you can always email me, Angie Newsome, with your input, feedback, ideas, critiques or (when we deserve it) praise for and about our work.

Click here to take the survey.

Our ears are open, and we welcome your thoughts!

Thanks for reading, and here’s to a 2014 filled with high-impact, insightful and hard-hitting journalism in Western North Carolina.


Angie Newsome
Executive Director, Carolina Public Press

P.S.: If you’d like to make a tax-deductible contribution to Carolina Public Press — the region’s only nonprofit news service devoted to investigative and in-depth reporting for and about Western North Carolina — here’s how. And thank you!

Angie Newsome

Angie Newsome is the executive director and editor of Carolina Public Press. Contact her at (828) 774-5290 or e-mail her at

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