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Kalamazoo Gazette

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(1 Review)

401 S Burdick St, Kalamazoo, MI 49007

(269) 345-3511

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Today: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Tomorrow: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
45
YEARS
IN BUSINESS
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General Info
The Kalamazoo Gazette is the primary source of local print news and information for the residents of Michigan s Kalamazoo County. Featuring coverage of local government, classifieds, obituaries and real estate listings, the Gazette reaches 60 percent of adults in Kalamazoo County on any given Sunday. The paper is published daily and has a distribution count of more than 58,000. In addition to selling print copies of the daily publication, the Gazette also sells umbrellas and coffee mugs which display the Kalamazoo Gazette masthead prominently. The publication maintains a 24-hour news tip line that allows Kalamazoo County citizens to suggest ideas for news stories. The Gazette s sister publication is the Jackson Citizen-Patriot, and is an online media partner with mlive.com.
Hours
Regular Hours
Mon - Fri:
Extra Phones

Fax: (269) 388-2710

TollFree: (800) 466-6397

Toll Free: (800) 466-2472

Toll Free: (800) 466-7355

Neighborhood
Central Business District
Categories
Estate Planning, Probate, & Living Trusts, Funeral Directors

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Naomi P.

10/28/2015

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I am extremely disappointed in the level of service I received from this place. I asked for a paper box in the spring and again in the mid summer because mine was taken out in a crash. So, I am installing an old black paper box which can be used by the Gazette and the Shoppers Guide. You would think with the dwindling subscriptions the Gazette is dealing with- they would take their customers seriously and appreciate them. They do not!