SOURCE Letters & OP-ED Policy

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SOURCE media accepts letters to the editor and OP-EDs from readers and organizations in our coverage area.

Letters must be signed. Anonymous letters will not be accepted.

For verification, an email, street address and phone is required, but they will not be published.

SOURCE has rules for political letters and endorsements letters during election season, that may restrict submission times.

OP-EDs must be less than 1,500 words.

The opinion pieces must be signed, and include an email and phone number for the author.

SOURCE does not cut letters or op-eds for space, but all submission must be under 1,500 words.

SOURCE, as a news outlet, decides the headline for letters and op-eds, but writers may suggest one.

SOURCE publishes letters and OP-EDS as a community service, as the news outlet values the freedom of speech.

The opinion section of SOURCE is a gathering of ideas, where the community can offer multiple points of view.

SOURCE does not verify the facts in letters and OP-EDs, but will strive to not print anything blatantly false.

Letters and OP-EDs reflect the opinion of the author and not the opinion of the news outlet.

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