LUFKIN, TX (KTRE) - The Journey Magazine celebrated their fourth anniversary Thursday.
The Journey is a magazine published in Lufkin for women, by women. The magazine's editor and owner said The Journey is a blessing to still be in business after four years.
"With the economy the way it is we haven't really seen any impact on our magazine, so hopefully that's a great sign and we'll continue to grow," said Stephanie Oliver, owner and editor of The Journey Magazine.
It's a free magazine supported by local businesses.
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