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"Tosnensky vestnik" ("Tosno Bulletin"), a newspaper

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"Tosnensky vestnik" ("Tosno Bulletin") (50 Lenin Prospect, Tosno town) , a social and political newspaper of the Tosno district. It was founded on October 20, 1931 as as the organ of the District Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (Bolsheviks) and the District Soviet and was called "Leninskoye znamya" ("Lenin Banner"). In 1934-1935 some materials were published in Finnish. In 1936, 1938 and 1954 the newspaper travelling editorial board worked. During the period of the occupation in 1942 the newspaper was issued in secret. In 1991 the newspaper was re-registered as the organ of the local administration and working collective and got the contemporary name. On the present days the newspaper founders are the Leningrad Oblast Committee for Information Policy and Telecommunication, the Administration of the Tosno District and the editorial board. The newspaper is issued three times a week, its circulation is 6.3 thousand copies, the circulation of Saturday issue is 7 thousand copies. The newspaper coverages the economic, social and political and cultural life of the district. There are the local history columns "Khranit I Pomnit" ("To Save and to Remember"), "Lyudi zemli Tosnenskoy" ("People of the Tosno Land"). At the editorial offices the literary associatiation "Tosnenskaya storonka" ("The Tosno Side") worked. Every year the chess tournament for the newspaper prizes is held.

Ansberg, Olga Nikolayevna

Leningrad Oblast, the/Tosno District/Tosno Town/Lenin Prospekt

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