“It was a sad time for me and my family.
I am deeply sad to leave,” Jamestown Post Journal editorial board member Tom Beers said in an email.
“I can tell you that the people of the Post Journal have been wonderful and supportive.
My wife and I had a beautiful time and are now together again.”
The Post Journal had been in existence for almost 60 years.
“We were always close and our readers have always been there for us,” Beers wrote.
“But I believe that the time is now right for us to move on.
“It has been an honor to serve as the editorial board of the Jamestow Post. “
I will miss working with you, but I know you will be here for me.” “
It has been an honor to serve as the editorial board of the Jamestow Post.
I will miss working with you, but I know you will be here for me.”
New York Post spokeswoman Laura Dickey declined comment.
The Post, which is the oldest newspaper in the United States, began in Jamestood in 1888.
“The Jamestower Post is a great place to read and write, and is a haven for people who are interested in the history of New York and its history,” Beiers said.
The Jametown Post is the only paper in New York to have survived its closure.
According to the Times, the Post was a “great place to learn” and a “safe haven” for people with mental illness and “the homeless”.
“We want our readers to feel safe and supported in their search for information, but we also want to do our part to create a safe and positive community,” Beings wrote.