If you have an edition of the Dispatch you would like to have on this website, the best thing would be scan it and send me the scan as an email attachment. A regular flatbed scanner, or the scanner function on a printer, do nicely. Please scan it at the highest resolution you reasonably can (I use 300 dpi). If your paper is B&W, just scan it in "grayscale," not color, and that will make the file a lot smaller.
If your scanner allows you to pick the kind of file you can save as, the best option is TIFF, because it's not "lossy." If you can't, go ahead and use JPG (jpeg). The JPG file type is smaller but that's done by compression, which means some of the digital information is lost.
If you do not have a scanner or don't want to use it, you could try photographing it with a digital camera. All I can suggest here is to try to get the best quality image you can and the highest resolution setting available. The better your photo, the better the result will be.
Ultimately—do what works best for you. That's what I did when I digitized my copies.