The Park Bugle is an award-winning monthly nonprofit community newspaper serving St. Anthony Park, Lauderdale, Falcon Heights and Como Park since 1974. The Bugle reports and analyzes community news and promotes the exchange of ideas and opinions in these communities. The Bugle strives to promote freedom of expression, enhance the quality of life in the readership communities and encourage community participation.
We want you to think of the Bugle as your newspaper.
We can’t do it without you. We are community-supported news. Like most nonprofits, the Bugle relies on tax-deductible donations to help defray its annual operating costs.
And though it arrives at your door every month for free, you and I know nothing this good is free. In fact, we need to raise $50,000 this year and we need to raise it from you and the many individuals and businesses that benefit from the information, connections and sense of community the Park Bugle provides.
To strengthen our community by providing local news and stories that transform readers into neighbors.
The Bugle is community driven and values “community connections” (that is: providing the news and information that enable people in our area to connect with one another). • The Bugle is committed to inclusivity, equity and presenting diverse voices in our stories. • The Bugle is committed to objective reporting. • The Bugle honors our history and embraces the future.
We’re fortunate to live among neighbors who care about the community we live in. We have strong businesses and institutions with long histories.
The Bugle is part of the legacy of our community. For over 40 years we have been sharing the stories of the people who live and work in our community. As the digital age sweeps through our lives, we envision the Bugle combining timely digital content with the timelessness of a newspaper that can be read at one’s leisure.
The Bugle continually shares news and information and seeks opportunities to build partnerships with local resources. The Bugle is the hub where staff and volunteers with a passion for our community work together to create timely, quality journalism with a neighborly voice.
Many people are supporting this quality, community journalism with a tax-deductible gift of $60, $75, or event $100 this year. Will you? If not, of course, give what you can. If you can give more, please be generous.
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