Monthly Archives: November 2020

Profiles in Print: The Roxton Progress

If you’re looking for heart-warming articles and delicious recipes, The Roxton Progress is the publication for you. This Texas publication, published twice monthly, provides local community news coverage with a unique voice. Publishing since 1976, they have a print edition, online edition, popular Facebook page, and readers can even subscribe to breaking-news text alerts.

The current publishers, Kris & Karen Rutherford, provided us with a great description of their paper –

We are a small Northeast Texas publication in a rural county. Roxton is known as “Hometown U.S.A” to many, and we have subscribers, mostly connected to the area, in 20 states.

We are not a traditional newspaper. The founders of the paper wanted to provide a “good news” paper, and that traditional has been respected for over 40 years. We post breaking news on our Facebook page (over 1,100 likes and followers) and we have debuted a new website that is gaining in popularity — www.theroxtonprogress.com.

We focus on human interest, history and culture, local events, agriculture/rural news of note, school district news (essentially we serve as the district’s school newspaper),  items likes recipes and one of our most popular features, The Texas Crossword. With the exception of one columnist, we pay for no content as we have found many people with ties to the area more than willing to write a column for each issue.”

Recipes are one of the most popular features.

Even if you’re not in their local area, we’d encourage you to subscribe to a free 7-day online trial.  Their publication is full of thoughtful, interesting, and positive articles that will provide some light in these challenging times.

If you’d like to request ad rates, fill out this short form or email publisher@theroxtonprogress.com