It has nearly been one year since Macon Castle was declared a town, and that one year went pretty well: A missile base was installed for extra income, 1,213 people moved in, and a House of Worship was installed.
There has been no disasters or accidents, and Macon Castle hasn't had to take out a loan from THE UNITED STATES BANK.
Also, Macon Castle has started its own newspaper, known as The Guardian.
I am permitted to only show you excerpts of the first issue. The excerpts include no pictures. As this City Journal progresses, there will be updates entitled The Guardian Issue II, III, IV... These issues will, hopefully, look like real newspapers.
Okay, excerpt I:
January 4, 2026
"Fireworks will light the sky on January 17th, celebrating the one-year anniversary of Macon Castle's townhood....All people living in Macon Castle are invited
to the shows, both before and after. The show before this celebration will include performances by Rascal Flatts, the Black Eyed Peas, Daughtry, the Dave Matthews Band and many more. Each band will perform one song and then will give the stage to the next performer....The aftershow will include more performances by some of the same bands and bands formed by the citizens of Macon Castle.....Snacks will be
provided at both shows..."
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