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  1. Please inform me as to your Letters To the Editor process, so I can begin submitting letters on issues that I feel would be of interest to your readers/subscribers

    Posted by Arlin Wallace | April 16, 2012, 5:21 pm
  2. Is there a telephone number I can reach either the editor or one of those working on The Plain Press?

    Posted by Logan Bay | June 7, 2012, 2:55 pm
  3. Appreciate your endeavor to contribute a newspaper presence to the community and I know it must difficult to do it profitably. God speed. Still would like to know if an article was ever published regarding the West Tech centennial. I was unable to track down a copy of the issue it might have appeared in. Would like to get one somewhere if possible

    Posted by Keith Anderson | September 20, 2012, 3:47 pm
  4. Chuck-

    What is the address and zip code of the Plain Press

    Handen Bahn

    Posted by Branden | October 10, 2012, 2:11 pm
  5. How do I get information into the Plain Press about our inner-city Karate program serving at risk kids?

    E. Samuel Nieves

    Posted by Samuel Nieves | February 25, 2013, 4:17 pm
    • Hi E. Samuel Nieves,
      You can send information to plainpress@gmail.com. Please include location, times and dates and any cost and ages of the youths served. Also include contact information.
      We can do a listing in our Youth Guide. Also will try to interest some of our interns in doing a story on your group.
      Thank you for contacting the Plain Press.
      Chuck Hoven
      Managing Editor

      Posted by plainpress | February 26, 2013, 1:39 am
  6. Chuck — how can I get a subscription to the Plain Press mailed to somone in prison? Can you please provide me with an email address for the Plain Press? thanks, Jeff

    Posted by jeff | January 21, 2014, 8:56 pm
  7. Hello Chuck,
    I am curious as to what the mission or objectives are for the 501(c)(3) Organize Ohio non profit fund that was created?

    Posted by Bill Adler | October 23, 2015, 1:23 pm
    • Hi Bill,
      Organize Ohio helps train organizers and assists other organizations that work on issues that impact low income populations in Ohio. Organize Ohio has agreed to sponsor our community board page and serve as the 501c3 organization to receive donations for that cause. They do not charge us any administrative cost for doing this. Thus all funds raised go to support the cost of printing the notices on that page. The Community Board lets our readers know about free services and events in the neighborhood. Organize Ohio is a separate organization from the Plain Press, but its executive director, Larry Bresler, helped to found the Plain Press in the early 1970s and is committed to helping the paper survive. — Chuck Hoven, Plain Press

      Posted by plainpress | October 23, 2015, 2:46 pm

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