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I've reverted an edit changing the name of the Telegram's weekly supplement from the Telegram Advantage to the Choice. The source cited in the article (the Telegram webpage) gives the Advantage, but not the Choice. The Lee website makes it look like the Telegram and the Choice are separately managed. The Circulation Verification Council gives a street address for the Choice that's different from the address on the Telegram's website.
I suspect that the Telegram and the Choice are two separate newspapers with separate offices and editors, although they're both owned by Lee, and they apparently have advertising packages that include both papers. I could be mistaken; but if I am, and if my current edit is re-reverted, then the person doing the re-reverting should provide a citation in support of his position.