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Chronicle launches new website, expands online platforms

Out with the old and in with the new! Our redesigned website, has made its debut, and she’s a beaut! It’s been quite the ordeal, but we’re certain our readers will enjoy the new look.
Chronicle staff has been working with Dan Wilcox of Lions Light Corporation for the past few months to nail down better options for user accessibility and readability — both on a desktop computer and on your cell phone. Easy to navigate, our new website design is clean and the content is well organized.
Subscribers get the full experience and are granted full access to all articles, archives and the e-edition. Payment with Paypal is easy and secure and signing up or renewing is a sinch.
If you want to take her out for a test spin, nonsubscribers have an option to sign in and receive instant online access to The Creswell Chronicle for 14 days.
Non-subscribers who opt out of the free trial will receive two free articles per month, as well as full access to obituaries.
You can also choose to sign up for the e-edition only, which grants you access to the website, as well as the weekly PDF editions of the newspaper. All you have to do is create a username and confirm your subscription, which can be done easily on the website.
Our advertisers will also receive perks with the new website, as we offer advertising packages that will help generate more awareness online.
We’ve been expanding our online reach elsewhere, too, in the new year. You can follow us on Instagram @thecreswellchronicle as well as on Facebook @creswellchronicle for on-the-spot news updates and photo sharing. We also have an online platform for Emerald Valley Magazine, with the third issue slated to hit the shelves this spring, at
So, next time you find yourself browsing online, check out The Creswell Chronicle in its many forms to stay in the know in the Friendly City!



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