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CHRIS Hogan visits the Fraser Coast Chronicle's website every day because it is the only place she can go to get the latest news.

Ms Hogan visits the Chronicle website throughout her day, to read all the latest in local news, state news, opinions and local politics.

She said the website was the only place she could get truly local information.

"It's the only local news-paper," she said.

"I visit because I'm interested in local community issues."

An issue dear to Ms Hogan's heart was the recent fight about moving the Maryborough Heritage Markets.

"I thought it was majorly important to the Maryborough residents but also as a Fraser Coast resident I enjoy taking my visitors to Maryborough - make a day of it," she said.

Ms Hogan kept up to date with the latest development on the markets by visiting the Chronicle's website.

But the local news you can not find anywhere else is not the only reason Ms Hogan visits the site.

She described herself as an avid commenter and blogger, always having her say on local stories.

"I feel there are way too many people out there who sit back and let everybody else do the talking," Ms Hogan said.

"I feel it's very important for community residents to be involved in the community that they live in and love.

"I enjoy the Chronicle website for the comments and I love to read what other people's viewpoints are."

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