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Winchester News available at library with QR code

Hilda Wong-Doo aims her phone at the Winchester News’s QR code, now located next to the newspapers at the Winchester Public Library. WINCHESTER NEWS STAFF PHOTO/JOYCE WESTNER

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Thanks to our quick-thinking and creative advisor Shukong Ou, the Winchester News now has a poster next to the newspapers at the Winchester Public Library, inviting visitors to read the News.

The poster includes a QR code which readers can use from their smart phones or tablets, a gentle reminder that the News is as readily available as the Boston Globe, Wall Street Journal, and other newspapers. The News is grateful to library director Nicole Langley.

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