StaceyPageOnline.com continues to prove itself as Kosciusko County’s news leader. In the last 30 days, according to Google analytics, StaceyPageOnline.com has seen 2.15 million page views and 112,000 unique visitors in only the last 30 days.
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Since April 30, 2012, we’ve been growing StaceyPageOnline.com by following breaking news as it happens, providing readers with more videos with our news, and continuing investigative reporting bringing you the news that matters in Kosciusko County. With over 9,200 Facebook likes and growing, we are Kosciusko County’s “most liked” news source!
If you haven’t liked us on Facebook yet, you’re missing out on community discussions, polls and even good deeds. In the last few months we have reunited dogs with their owners and even found overnight housing for a family of five who was without heat. Our Facebook friends have also collected food and clothing for fire victims, and the possibilities of doing even more for the community are endless.
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