From left to right Blake Wolfe (Editor), Kelly Doughty (Sales Manager), Colleen Green (General Manager), Katherine Duong (Administrator), Nancy Lister (Sales Representative), and Darryl Knight (Reporter). Darryl later went on to become the Editor when Blake moved on. Currently Todd Green is the Editor.
February 26, 2013
It is a photo of our circulation/distribution staff. These are the behind the scenes people. They stuff flyers in the papers, bundle the papers, deliver them to the stores and newspaper boxes, so our readers can pick up their copy.
July 2015 at the Uxbridge Ribfest
The Standard had a booth there that year and Christopher Green/reporter, when around and interviewed the various ribbers, we have a podcast of the interviews on our YouTube channel. Pictured is Darlene (sales representative) and myself.
Production/editorial area of the original Standard office on 94A Water Street.
June 20, 2011 during a nation wide Canada Post Strike
At the time our paper was delivered by Canada Post. In order to get our paper out during the 3 week strike our staff, families and members of the public came forward and voluntarily chose to deliver our paper at no cost. It was really great to see how supportive the community was by rallying around us to get the paper delivered. This photo was taken out front of our original location at 94A Water Street, Port Perry.
The Standard is the independently owned newspaper in North Durham. We offer local coverage of the news, politics, and sports that matter to Scugog, Uxbridge and Brock townships, and the Kawarthas.
For 11 years The Standard has been working to bring you local news and views.
Our office is situated on North Port Rd., in Port Perry, but our staff spends a lot of time in the hamlets throughout North Durham and the Kawarthas.
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