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Mark Stultz

I work in the printing industry so I try to follow as closely as possible what the industry related media is reporting regarding press installations, plant closings, consolidations, etc. In the newspaper world new press installations have been rare in recent years. In fact, many papers are choosing to shut down their printing operations and outsource their printing to commercial printing companies. The decision by Fort Wayne Newspapers to invest in a new printing press seems to be very far outside the norm. I am proud of our newspapers and I am very hopeful the choice to buy a new press will not lead to the demise of either or both of the current publications.

Roger McNeill

This whole story is a bit blood-curdling.

Perhaps the State could also offer tax break on subscriptions to "The Citizen" as a charitable contribution?

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