The Courier & Press is gearing up to deliver its highly anticipated annual big Thanksgiving edition. Packed with a variety of engaging content, this edition is set to provide readers with an enjoyable reading experience during the holiday season.
Among the highlights in the local news section of this year’s Thanksgiving edition is an intriguing piece by Jon Webb, featuring a captivating story that took place in an Evansville neighborhood back in 1952. Rocks mysteriously fell from the sky, bombarding a garage for over a week. Dive into the article to uncover the truth behind this bizarre phenomenon.
Sarah Loesch has curated a list of TV shows for those looking to binge-watch over the holiday weekend. What makes these shows even more special is that they all feature Evansville natives, offering a unique connection to the local community.
If you find yourself wondering what to do with your Thanksgiving leftovers, Aimee Blume, our resident chef and food expert, has got you covered. She has crafted three mouthwatering recipes that will transform those leftovers into delectable meals.
Don’t miss the stunning photographic showcase by photojournalist MaCabe Brown, who has compiled a collection of his favorite fall pictures from Evansville. Get ready to be captivated by the beauty and essence of the season.
In addition to these extraordinary articles, the Wednesday print edition will include a bonus section, designed to elevate your holiday experience. It features an in-depth look at holiday food, providing recipes and hotlines to answer all your meal-preparation questions. Plus, brace yourselves for a giant, two-page Thanksgiving crossword puzzle, as well as an entire page dedicated to games and coloring activities for kids. For those seeking more fun, extra puzzles and games will also be on offer.
As a gesture of gratitude and to allow our newspaper members to fully enjoy the holiday with their loved ones, there will be no print edition on Thursday. However, our website, courierpress.com, will keep you informed with any breaking news that may arise on Thanksgiving.
If you need any assistance with your subscription or account, our capable customer service team is just a phone call away at 844-900-7104.
We hope you have a joyous and fulfilling Thanksgiving celebration surrounded by your family and loved ones.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
How can I access the Thanksgiving edition of The Courier & Press?
The Thanksgiving edition of The Courier & Press will be available in print on Wednesday. You can also visit the website, courierpress.com, for digital access to the content.
Will there be any special features in the Thanksgiving edition?
Absolutely! Alongside the regular news content, there will be fascinating articles, such as a historical account of a mysterious event in an Evansville neighborhood, curated TV show recommendations featuring Evansville natives, and delightful recipes for using Thanksgiving leftovers.
What can I expect from the bonus section of the Wednesday print edition?
The bonus section offers an in-depth exploration of holiday food, including recipes and hotlines to assist with your meal preparation. It also features a giant Thanksgiving crossword puzzle, games and coloring activities for kids, extra puzzles and games, and gift guides to prepare you for shopping events like Black Friday and Cyber Monday.
Why is there no print edition on Thursday?
The newspaper understands the importance of spending quality time with family during the Thanksgiving holiday. To allow our newspaper members to fully embrace the festivities, we have chosen not to publish a print edition on Thursday. However, you can still stay updated on any breaking news by visiting courierpress.com.