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Online Post Independent reader alert

Online Post Independent readers may have noticed a slight change on the website,, involving a random questionnaire that will pop up as you’re reading a story.

The change is simple and allows us to continue providing online news and information free of charge. It will be noticed as you read through specific stories that are provided on our website.

As you start to read our stories, a small questionnaire box will appear. This box contains two basic questions that you will be asked to answer. It will not ask for any personal or invasive questions, or develop a profile on you by any means.

These are just simple, generic questions that are being gathered for overall consumer surveys. Your answers are anonymous and are aggregated with other anonymous answers. This box, containing two questions, will only appear once every 24 hours, so you will not see the box more than once per day.

As always, we work hard and take pride in providing you with accurate and timely community news and information and in a way that is most convenient to you, whether it be in print or online. The Post Independent staff hopes you feel this change is as seamless as we do.

If you should have any further questions or concerns about this matter, please feel free to reach out to me directly and I would be happy to talk further with you.

Stephanie Schafer, Publisher

Glenwood Springs Post Independent

(970) 384-9100

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