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The Villager Newspaper

Mission Statement

The Villager, a free community service weekly, is distributed each Friday in neighborhood businesses, The University of Texas, Huston-Tillotson University, libraries, major supermarkets, churches, dining establishments, beauty shops, barber shops, pharmacies and newsstands in East Austin, Northeast Austin, Montopolis, Pflugerville, Round Rock and the surrounding areas.

The policy of The Villager is to publish a community paper that serves consumers and merchants in the Greater Austin Metroplex. With an emphasis on African Americans, The Villager focuses on community and national news, events, announcements and newsmakers, as expressed in general, political, business and sports news, along with editorials and comments.

The Villager is published by the Black Registry Publishing Company (BRPC) and is centrally located in East Austin at 4132 E. 12th Street, Austin, TX 78721. The paper has been in continuous publication since 1973.

T. L. “Tommy” Wyatt is the publisher and Editor-in-chief.

For more information call 512.476.0082 or E-mail VIL3202@AOL.COM.