Seeking Support For Local Journalism

Local journalism is essential for building strong communities, promoting economic development, and improving residents’ quality of life. Supporting small local news publications is crucial to ensure access to accurate and reliable information.

By providing information about local events, entertainment, and volunteer opportunities, local journalism can help enrich the lives of community members. It can also provide valuable information about health and safety issues, which can help keep people informed and safe.

The Deer Park Gazette provides local news, sports, and events coverage, as well as features on local businesses and community members. Supporting local journalism like the Deer Park Gazette is crucial for ensuring that communities have access to accurate and reliable information. By sponsoring the Deer Park Gazette through advertising on the site or donating to support its operations, you can help ensure that local journalism continues to thrive.

Without local journalism, communities can be left in the dark about important issues and events. By supporting the Deer Park Gazette, we can help build stronger communities and ensure that all residents have access to the information they need to be informed, engaged, and empowered.

To become a patron sponsor: DPGazette.com/subscribe

To become a business advertiser: DPGazette.com/ads

Please contact us with ideas, opportunities, and feedback. 

Richard & Crystal Schut – Owners, Publishers, Deer Park Residents
509-292-6767
[email protected]

PO Box 1581
Deer Park, Washington 99006

This is a sponsored article and does not necessarily reflect the position of the Deer Park Gazette or its staff.

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