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(7-5-18) The Stateline Network started back in 2004, with two web sites, the Mercer County Outlook and The Senior Reports. Those two laid the groundwork for what now includes Facebook and Twitter accounts to expand the outreach of each site….working together.

The Mercer County Outlook is our most successful site, including the largest following on Facebook and Twitter pages, both have played a major part in the development of the Network.

The Senior Reports, recently became another branch of our Stateline Sports Network, SR is only a Facebook page and Twitter account, after dropping the web page last year.

The Berrien County Outlook covers Southwest Michigan news, the page is located on our Stateline Network Extra web page and a dedicated Facebook page.

Since the start of the Network we have added several additions, the Stateline Sports Network, which includes high school sports regional coverage, with Ohio the main coverage area and Indiana, but recently we started expanded coverage in Illinois, with some national stories and rankings included. The SSN Facebook page at this time is mainly focused on Ohio related material.

Presently we have four SSN twitter related accounts:

Stateline Network Extra is our third web site location, this site handles many of our special sections that serve the Outlook and SSN sites, like Free Job Postings, Community Bulletin Board, Area Obituaries (includes those from Indiana), our seasonal SSN High School Sports Scoreboard and a Friday Night Football Scoreboard among a few of those pages on this site. As mentioned above the Berrien County Outlook  stories are located on this site.

All of our web sites are subscription free, income comes from ads sold to area businesses and Word Press ads that appear on each site.

Thanks to you the readers for making these sites work in so many ways. Many stories and contributions for each site come from those who forward us media releases.  This type of help gives our web sites information that is useful to many who take the time to visit them.

‘Today’s stories now…not tomorrow”

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