One writer included clips we’d written of him over the decades. Many thanked our writers - past and present - for being a part of their daily lives. Many said they have moved their daily habit into the digital age, reading each edition on their iPads and tablets.
Beginning today and for the next 30 days you will see the stories of many of these subscribers. The first story - telling of Molly Campbell of Centerville, who credits the Dayton Daily News for helping instill a love of reading and writing in her family - appears on B1 of today’s paper.
Later this month we will be releasing details about new and better ways for our subscribers to reach us. And we’re preparing an open house in which our longest subscribers will be asked to come it, meet with our staff, and hear directly from us how much we appreciate their years of support.
Thank you for reading the Dayton Daily News.