It's sad when that Dover paper doesn't know whether they're covering Lebanon, Maine, or Lebanon, N.H.
It's even sadder when no one from the town they're professing to cover calls to let them know the mistake.
Let it be known that this online local newspaper previewed all of the local Memorial Day events correctly.
And if the editors and reporters of that Dover paper had been closely reading The Rochester Voice, they would've noticed their faux pas.
Instead a notice of a Lebanon, N.H., Memorial Day event ran under the Lebanon, Maine, heading for almost a week prior to Memorial Day with nary a call from a disgusted Lebanon, Maine resident.
One suggestion for this paper. Read The Rochester Voice. It only cost $2 a day to read it, but you'll save money if you just get a year's subscription. It's only $50, which is about a third of what you charge to report on what's going on in Lebanon, N.H.
C.O. Jones is a raconteur, provocateur and lover of good books, good bourbon and good newspapers (especially digital dailies) who lives nearby.