Contact

Weekly Group

Owego Pennysaver
181-183 Front Street
Owego, NY 13827
Phone: (607) 687-2434
E-mail: opennysaver@owegopennysaver.com
http://www.owegopennysaver.com

The Susquehanna County Independent/Weekender
180 Church Street
Montrose PA 18801
Phone: (570) 278-6397
E-mail: indynews@independentweekender.com
http://www.independentweekender.com

Troy Pennysaver
778 Canton Street
Troy, PA 16947
Phone: (570) 297-4158
E-mail: troyads@troypennysaver.com

11 Comments on "Contact"

  1. I no longer receive The Troy Pennysaver,(probably a month now). Did you change motor route carrier? I have a double compartment mailbox with newspaper holder. I really miss my copy and would like to receive it again. Thanks. Jim Blackwell 21398 Route 14 Troy,Pa.16947

  2. I have lost the address of my friend, Alaire Smith-Miller, who sent me a card saying she had moved back into the area (NY state). I live in the town where Alaire used to practice (Shrewsbury, Vermont). Can you please send me her new contact information? Thank you!

  3. I would like to place a 60th wedding announcement with a picture can you give me a price quote please
    Thanks

    • Best thing to do is call our office at (570) 297-4158 and speak with a sales representative. This is the best way to get the information you need, based on the size and placement of your advertisement. Hope this helps!

  4. I am trying to find how to contact your paper about an article that my brother posted about my Dad’s military career and let you know all the information on it is wrong.He was just about 3 when we lost our Father in WW2 It was an article about pvt Carl Jasper Waffle and the flag they showed in the picture is now in your museum.

  5. All I want to do is correct the mistakes in that story. Such as my Dad did NOT serve in the Pacific He was in the European Theater, died at the Battle of the Bulge. Any help you could give I would truly appreciate. I just want the truth printed about it. Thank you .

  6. Would like the see if you can make the story right. It will probably be in your archives.

  7. My daughter said she didn’t think you would be interested doing any think about it.

    • Violet – Do you know when the article was printed, approximately, and by who? I can try and find this for you.

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