#039;Best Kept Secret#039; spotlights county

Published 12:00 am Thursday, June 30, 2005

Special to the Journal

Readers of Greenville Newspapers publications received an added bonus this week with the inclusion of The South's Best Kept Secret, - a 50-page guide to living in Butler, Lowndes and Crenshaw Counties.

The magazine is an annual summer insert, offering feature articles, photos and spotlights on local events in the tri-county area. Contact information for city and county officials are also included as well as the times and dates of public meetings.

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"A lot of work went into making this year's magazine both entertaining and informative," said Dennis Palmer, President of Greenville Newspapers. "A special thanks goes to our advertisers for their support in this project as well as all the hard work from our editorial and advertising staff."

Readers of the Luverne Journal will enjoy a special focus on the City of Luverne's upcoming downtown revitalization project, a look at the expected growth on Highway 331, and a spotlight on the tiny community of LaPine, which uniquely straddles the Crenshaw-Montgomery county line.

"I'm proud to have been a part of such an excellent product," said Journal Managing Editor Kevin Pearcey. "This magazine is unique in that it spotlights what makes our communities such a great place to live. We hope our readers will enjoy this year's issue."