LAST Wednesday saw the Free Press successfully relaunched with its brand new look.
After much planning and thought your favourite weekly has now been updated to create a more modern design fit for the 21st century.
To mark this important day friends of the Free Press gathered in the historic Ruthin Castle to celebrate the past, present and future of this historic paper.
The Free Press was first published in 1881 and since then has been a vital part of the Vale of Clwyd, Dee Valley and the surrounding areas.
Now it has been redesigned to take it in to the future.
Among the new features is a bold new masthead - the newspaper's title on the front page - and a new and rather stylish red dragon logo, which is used in full and half form and as watermark on many inside pages too.
As ever your local weekly newspaper is crammed full of the latest news, community reports, sport, features and pictures.
But we have also created three brand new pages.
Comment and Quarrel is a page dedicated to reflecting often challenging views and opinions.
Over to You is truly a readers’ page with everything submitted by you, our loyal readers.
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