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What was West Linn buzzing about on social media in 2019? See our top Facebook posts

Social media is where a community shows its true colors in the digital realm: concerned, caring and capricious. And all of those qualities were on full display when looking at the most popular posts on West Linn Tidings  Facebook page. While a heartwarming memorial profile of a beloved youth sports supporter story had the most overall reach — 7894 — a news story about the West Linn Post Office real estate dilemma was close behind, with a reach of 4,196. In terms of community input, a story about LGBTQ students at West Linn High and their issues with a Chick-fil-A truck granted permission to sell at local ball games garnered the most comments of any post of the year — 161 — with the post office story right on its heels with 101 comments. The story about Alison Henderson (most people reached) was easily the most liked of any social media post by the Tidings, with 426 positive reactions, with a story about WLHSs new volleyball coach a close second with 274 likes.  The most shared story on social media in 2019 was a story about West Linn Paper Mill reopening and making sustainable papers.


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