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CAYMANIAN TIMES NEWSPAPER - NOW FREE in CAYMAN BRAC

Opinions & Editorial 15 Sep, 2022 Follow News

CAYMANIAN TIMES NEWSPAPER - NOW FREE in CAYMAN BRAC

After months of mingling amongst residents on Cayman Brac, Mr. Ralph Lewis, founder and Publisher of the popular newspaper, “Caymanian Times,” announces, “effective Friday 16th, September 2022, the Caymanian Times newspaper will be free to all readers in Cayman Brac.

This newspaper, from its inception to the sister in 2014, became a hit with residents. Everywhere from stores, to supermarkets, to schools, residents would wait patiently at the various outlets to grab their copy of their favorite and popular newspaper.

The quality and relevance of articles within the publication were highly praised by readers. Many of them related how happy they were to see that there were not much partisan news events.

When asked the reason for this grand undertaking, Mr. Lewis said, “It is my way of giving back to this vibrant, developing community, having and lived and worked here for many years. The populace is extremely loving and are diligent readers.”

In speaking with residents, there is overwhelming joy in this endeavor. In fact, many of them are delighted that the “Healthy Living,” segment will be returning as well, because they found it to be of great education in aspiring to live a healthier lifestyle. They applaud Mr. Lewis on this bold undertaking for which tremendous appreciation is extended.

Here are some of the residents’ response to this, “BREAKING NEWS.”

Anthony, “Waw! This is amazing. Hats off to Mr. Lewis for doing this in the midst of difficult, financial times. It is a welcomed gesture.”

Another resident who wishes anonymity says, “that will be great news for the Brac even when the people were paying for the publication. They are simply going to be extremely happy.”

There will be tremendous delight amongst residents here. Their favorite newspaper will once again be free to be obtained. Remember, it begins from this Friday.


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