CorunnaNow.com Adapts 100 Year Old Local News Logo for Special Corunna Sesquicentennial Coverage
Posted by Uplift Shiawassee at 12:53pm 1/16/19
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When your great, great grandparent picked up the local newspaper in Corunna, it might have looked something like this. The special Corunna Now Sesquicentennial logo is an adaption of a 1912 logo used by the long-defunct newspaper, The Corunna Journal.
The Corunna Journal was first published in 1880, known then as The Shiawassee County Journal. In 1887, the paper was sold to E. U Gorsuch and the name changed to The Corunna Journal. It continued in publication until 1913.
It's one of many Corunna-based newspapers that has been published over the course of the last 150 years.
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CorunnaNow.com, our Corunna-based local news counterpart, is "all in" on the Corunna Sesquicentennial celebration, and has set aside a special History page to feature weekly updates, highlighting Corunna's past.
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