Very Light Publishing Today In Observance of Veterans Day

Celebrate our servicemembers! Image via pixabay
Celebrate our servicemembers! Image via pixabay

It’s Veterans’ Day!

SBLA’s platoon of hardworking writers are taking some R&R from their daily toil in the War on Motorists. We will publish very lightly today in observance of the holiday.

We’ll be back back in the trenches tomorrow, and publishing full days of stories and headlines the rest of this week.

Coming up this week:

Full week’s transportation and livability calendar here.

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