Monday, January 12, 2015

Rochelle Reader is The Babbler’s newest sister publication

By Jenna Olson, Publisher of The Bolingbrook Babbler

As promised, we have added a new sister publication, The Rochelle Reader, based in Rochelle, IL.  This week, they printed their first issue, and they’re already showing their ability to bring the unbelievable truth to North Central Illinois.  A city that’s smaller than the Village of Bolingbrook isn’t the most unbelievable aspect of the community.  We’ll let Publisher John Z. Smith explain.

I’ve lived all my life in Rochelle, and I’m proud to say I’m a resident of the Hub City.  However, I always knew there was more going on then what the politicians were telling us.  I also knew that our newspaper, The Rochelle News-Leader, wasn’t telling us the whole story.  They’re good people, but what can you expect from a publication that thinks, “Del Monte buys calendars for employees” is a news story?  Of course, they way our country is going, a headline like “Corporation pays employees” might actually be newsworthy. 
I was fortunate enough to meet up with the Olson family in Bolingbrook, and I learned how to uncover the unbelievable truth.  When I applied their methods, I was shocked.  Those strange lights in the sky weren’t airplanes, and not every loud noise is from a train.  There is an invisible world around us, and I intend to expose it to all the wholesome people of Rochelle.  Let’s just say, that if you think the Railway Park is too much excitement, you might want to stick with The News-Leader.  But if you’re ready for the real truth, we’re ready for you.

We’ll be featuring stories from The Reader on our web page, as well as our other sister publications, The Manchester Mumbler, and The Red Deer Reporter.

The unbelievable truth is spreading!

Please note: All articles on this site are works of fiction.

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