The Impartial Reporter looks a little different this morning (Thursday) with a new look, new content and new faces at the helm.
Mark Conway has been appointed Editor while Rodney Edwards takes over as Deputy Editor.
The changes come as The Impartial Reporter bids farewell to one of its most highly esteemed colleagues, outgoing Editor, Sarah Saunderson, who is stepping down after almost 25 years with the team. 
Sarah played the lead role in the redesign which is launched today.
Having initially worked as a freelance GAA correspondent for the family newspaper, Mark, who is married to Gaye and has three children; Niall, Rebecca and Shay, began full-time employment with The Impartial Reporter in 2001.
“I was fortunate that former Editor Denzil McDaniel and Joanna McVey (then Managing Director) gave me the opportunity in the first instance,” he said, “I have tried to make the most of that opportunity since then and I am honoured and privileged to be given such a position in a newspaper which plays such a prominent role in our community. Denzil had a great ability to lead and teach as an editor and he has been extremely influential.”
He paid tribute to his predecessor: “I am really sorry to see Sarah going. We have had a really strong working relationship, especially over the last 10 years. The last four years as deputy to Sarah have been another great learning curve.
“In life there is always change, and it will be up to me to lead the team now as we adapt and move forward. The business is continually evolving, no more so than in the last five years. We are a multi-media business now. It is important to inform all our readers on all our platforms, and we will continue to do that.”
This week The Impartial Reporter has launched a new look paper - a new design for the 193-year-old news source with content from new columnists such as former Impartial Reporter journalist and BBC reporter, Sabrina Sweeney, informed comment from Dylan Quinn and Una McHugh and an expanded Life and Style section.
“It is crucial that our newspaper remains as strong and vibrant as always,” said Mark, “Free press is as important in Fermanagh and Tyrone as it is in any other part of the world. We will continue to probe and get our questions answered.”
He also paid tribute to Rodney Edwards, and the new Sports Editor, Gareth Cauldwell.
“I am delighted that Rodney is now the Deputy Editor - an award winning journalist with a real flair and hunger for the business. Rodney will continue to be a top news reporter and take on more editorial responsibility. I have worked closely with Gareth for the last 14 years, his commitment and work ethic is superb.
“We have a really strong team and we are all looking forward to the challenge that lies ahead and are determined to ensure The Impartial Reporter continues to uphold its reputation as a trusted news source.
“The standards of the paper have always been about the pride of the product and the quality of the journalism and we intend to keep that to the forefront going forward.”
Donald Martin, editor in chief of Newsquest Scotland commented: “Sarah has been a fantastic editor and ambassador for the Impartial Reporter.
“Her professionalism, enthusiasm and commitment has been the driving force behind unrivalled coverage of the area. She leaves behind a brilliant newspaper and will certainly be a hard act to follow. We wish her every success on her new adventures,” he said. 
Donald concluded: “I am delighted that her successor comes from within and maintains the continuity important to the community. Deputy Editor Mark Conway will step up as Editor and his colleague Rodney Edwards will take over as Deputy Editor. Gareth Cauldwell will step up to Sports Editor.
“Together they will form a formidable team to continue delivering the finest journalism in print and online.”