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Thursday, May 2, 2013
Monday, April 22, 2013
Wyandotte Patch editor Nate Stemen has been with Patch almost three years and looks forward to meeting and covering more of the Wyandotte community.
Wyandotte Patch has a new editor! During the past month former Wyandotte Patch editor Jason Alley has helped ingratiate me into the Wyandotte community. I've met with elected officials, city employees, school board members and local business owners to find out what makes Wyandotte tick. And it's pretty obvious. Wyandotte has a huge sense of community. People welcomed me with open arms and made me feel excited to be a part of such a bustling Downriver community. In addition to handling Wyandotte Patch, I'm also the editor of the Trenton-Grosse Ile Patch, so I get around Downriver and know the business of community reporting. Jason Alley was recently promoted to community editor and will now be building relationships with Patch users in a …
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Your Wyandotte Patch is looking for bloggers, and strong community voices are needed. Are you passionate about something in Wyandotte? Blog about it. Whether it's food, family, education, government, business, social issues, shopping, running or hamster training techniques — if it's your thing, we want to read about it. Anyone may blog. Moms, dads, grandparents, favorite aunties, shopkeepers, baristas, dog trainers, business owners, nonprofit organizers, and government officials—here’s a chance to share your expertise and your voice. Don't be shy! We want to hear what you have to say. Patch bloggers may republish their posts elsewhere. So, if you are already blogging and want to share with our readers, too, that's great. Or maybe you're …
Tuesday, April 9, 2013
The season has changed, and so must our Facebook photo. Here is a submission from one of our readers we will use to illustrate the change in season from winter to spring for our Facebook page.
We've freshened up the Wyandotte Patch Facebook page cover photo to reflect the new season in our community. Farewell snow covered park, and say hello to a photo of a boy playing at Bishop Park. Thank you to Citizen of Wyandotte for submitting the photo. We can still use more! Click on the "Upload Photos and Videos" button to add a recent photograph, something from your archives, a painting or a drawing. There's no age requirement to submit: You just have to be a Wyandotte Patch user and be able to create a 100 percent original piece of work owned by you for us to use. If you don't have a Patch account, visit wyandotte.patch.com/join to sign up for free. Make sure your are signed in to Patch (top right of the page), then click the "Upload …
Monday, April 8, 2013
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Friday, March 22, 2013
Have a great photo, painting or drawing that you think will be a perfect cover photo to illustrate the change in season from winter to spring for our Facebook page? Today's the deadline to submit it!
Sunday, March 3, 2013
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Saturday, February 23, 2013
Jason Alley has accepted a new position with Patch beginning Monday.
Dec. 13, 2010, will be a day I'll never forget. It's the day that Wyandotte Patch was launched. It's the day my career journey with a new company kicked into full speed. "Wyandotte Patch? What's that?" was heard countless times during our first year. But now, we're more likely to be referred to as "The Patch" as people have become familiar with us and our sincere intent to tell stories about Wyandotte 365 days a year. You've embraced the site with open arms, always answering our calls for help, whether by adopting a needy child at Christmastime or by attending a Patch charity event. You've rallied together in bad times, offering work for those who lost their jobs in the devastating fire at Lions & Tigers & Beers Sports Club and by raising…
Saturday, February 16, 2013
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Friday, February 1, 2013
Click, read, comment, post and blog your way throughout the New Year.
New Year's Eve was a time to reminisce on the ups and downs of 2012—and we did. But the clock has long since struck midnight and the year 2013 is now upon us. We've spent the past two years getting you to fall in love with Patch as your go-to source for everything happening in your community. This year, you'll see Patch become even more engaging and interactive for users as we make you—Wyandotte residents—the stars of this Patchy show. So happy New Year to all, and with that, here are 13 ways you can use Wyandotte Patch in 2013: Providing accurate, timely news about the community is our No. 1 priority, but without your input, that news may as well be nonexistent. We believe news is a conversation. Share your thoughts and reactions to our …