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February 21 09:46 AM

The Inquisitor reformat left readers puzzled

Over the past two weeks we have had several calls coming into The Inquisitor offices asking the same question: “Where are all the puzzles?” No, we did not forget to place them in. They were deliberately taken out for a reason.

When we decided to launch The Auction Guide at the first of the year, we knew from the start that it would not only be a separate publication but also have its own section inside The Inquisitor, thus presenting the problem of where we would place the section.

Having recently brought back the Court Watch, we did not want to pull away from that section nor did we want to sacrifice potential pages for news. There also was the concept of needing these pages to be together in the paper.

So, we went straight to the puzzles. I know, I know, bad choice. Immediately as the first reformatted paper went out, the calls began. Where is the CryptoQuote, CryptoQuip, FearKnot, GoFigure, King Crossword, Magic Maze and so on?

The Inquisitor has always put the readers first and immediately went to work on trying to fix this. This week, you will be happy to find that all of the puzzles have been returned, now appearing before The Auction Guide instead of after.

In doing so, this will give us the Court Watch section area between Shreveport bookings and puzzles to omit, if needed, in the event of a special news section or segment.

We have also brought in the Janet’s Notebook column for those that missed the recipes and have taken the Restaurant Inspection Report down to a halfpage. These can now be found in the back of the paper. Horoscopes have also been moved back to the puzzle section.

As always, we appreciate your feedback in helping The Inquisitor to be your news and puzzle source in the Shreveport-Bossier area.

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