ASK THE EDITOR: What does Community Impact Newspaper report on the Web?

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Once a month our paper arrives in your mailbox with local, useful news about your community, but here at communityimpact.com, you can find even more news in a faster, briefer format. Although Community Impact Newspaper is a print-focused publication—which is becoming more of a rarity in today’s media world—we strive to fulfill our mission and our commitment to readers through a robust digital presence that complements the deeper reporting you read in print every month.

That includes immediate coverage of Georgetown City Council, the Georgetown ISD board of trustees and the Williamson County Commissioners Court as well as daily updates on new businesses, transportation projects, development updates and more in and around Georgetown. You can also follow our news coverage by signing up for one of our free email newsletters, or you can connect with our editors and reporters on social media.

A version of this note appears in the July 2018 issue of the Georgetown edition of Community Impact Newspaper.

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  1. I started reading to your latest issue, which you describe above, and it’s certainly contains a lot of good information for the size that it is.

    Unfortunately, in the Higher Education Guide section, listing Central Texas Colleges and Universities, you all missed quite a few local campuses that are among the best for academics and technical training.

    The ones you missed also offers the greatest value and some of the lowest tuition costs. Texas A&M Central University, a superb 4-year campus, Central Texas College, Temple College, Texas State Technical College, and University of Mary Hardin Baylor.

    Yes, there’s as many options a few miles to the north and east of Georgetown, as there are to the south.

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Evan Marczynski
Evan Marczynski is editor of the Georgetown edition of Community Impact Newspaper. He joined Community Impact in 2016 as a reporter in Northwest Austin and previously covered Austin-area health care and Round Rock ISD. Evan is a native of the Pacific Northwest, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Western Washington University in 2012 and worked as a newspaper reporter until he moved to Texas.
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