WSJ30.com has been hacked

The White Street Journal’s website has been hacked.

If you are signed up for our daily email news updates, you may have noticed along with our news, you may see posts in Spanish, Russian or posts about shoes or other items.

It does not affect the content you see on our website, WSJ30.com or the content on our FACEBOOK page.

I’m certain it’s not some conspiracy and nothing to worry about.

The problem should be fixed in a couple of days at the most.

Sorry for the inconvenience and thanks for your patience.

Also, on another note, our weekly print edition debuts in September and will be circulated for free. And our website will remain free and hopefully not hacked.

Jay Lamm — publisher



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Walter E. Cole, American Legion Annual Legionnaire Golf Tournament:

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