Note to Our Readers
We’ve heard you loud and clear, and now the Sentinel & Enterprise has added the Universal Sudoku Puzzle to its daily newspaper.
Readers can now enjoy working the numbers puzzle Monday through Friday. It will appear in a regular spot on the Page One jump page in the front section of the newspaper.
“It’s taken a while but we’ve finally been able to negotiate an agreement to bring this popular feature to the newspaper,” said Editor Jim Campanini. “It was one of the top suggestions made by readers and I am happy that we could strike a deal for it.”
In addition, Campanini noted that three new comic strips have made their debuts this week on the Fun and Games page in the newspaper’s back section. They are: “Macanudo,” drawn by Argentine native Liniers who resides in Vermont and is an instructor at Dartmouth; “Pearls Before Swine,” by UCLA Law School grad and attorney Stephan Pastis; and “Nancy,” the iconic strip first drawn by Eric Bushmiller in the 1930s and recently revived and updated by Olivia Jaimes.
“Our loyal readers should have fun with these new features which add considerable value to the newspaper’s daily enjoyment,” said Campanini.