Lancaster Newspapers experiencing technical points

THANK YOU. MARY. ELLEN. WELL BREAKING THIS MORNING LM’’S EXECUTIVE EDITOR. TOM. MERS SAYS THAT STEINMAN COMMUNICATIONS IS QUOTE THE VICTIM OF A SIGNIFICANT CRIMINAL ACT. THIS HAS LIMITED THE PUBLICATIONS ABILITY TO PRINT LNP AND ITS OTHER NEWSPAPERS IMMERSE SAYS THE COMPANY BEGAN INVESTATGINIG THE INCIDENT ON THURSDAY AND HAS REPORTED TO FEDERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICIALS IN TODAY’S EDITION OF LNP. HE SAID QUOTE THE SPECIFIC NATURE IN SCOPE OF THE CRIME REMAINS UNCLEAR AND NO ONE HAS BEEN CHARGED BUT IT HAS DRAMATIC. LIMITED OUR COMPANY’S ABILITY TO PUBLHIS COMPLETE NEWSPAPERS RESPOND TO CUSTOMERS AND WORK WITH ADVERTISERS IN AITDDION TO LNP SOME WEEKLY PUBLICATIONS ARE BEING AFFECTED LANCASTER FARMING EFFORT A REV

Lancaster Newspapers experiencing technical points

The problems have restricted the publication’s potential to print


Tom Murse, government editor of Lancaster Newspapers, says that Steinman Communications is “the sufferer of a major legal act.”This has restricted the publication’s potential to print the Lancaster Newspapers and different newspapers.Based on Murse, the corporate started investigating the incident on Thursday and has reported it to federal regulation enforcement officers.In Saturday’s version of the Lancaster Newspaper, he mentioned “the precise nature and scope of the crime stays unclear, and nobody has been charged. But it surely has dramatically restricted our firm’s potential to publish full newspapers, reply to prospects, and work with advertisers.”Along with Lancaster Newspapers, some weekly publications are additionally affected. They’re Lancaster Farming, Ephrata Evaluate, Lititz File, Elizabethtown Advocate and the Caucus.

Tom Murse, government editor of Lancaster Newspapers, says that Steinman Communications is “the sufferer of a major legal act.”

This has restricted the publication’s potential to print the Lancaster Newspapers and different newspapers.

Based on Murse, the corporate started investigating the incident on Thursday and has reported it to federal regulation enforcement officers.

In Saturday’s version of the Lancaster Newspaper, he mentioned “the precise nature and scope of the crime stays unclear, and nobody has been charged. But it surely has dramatically restricted our firm’s potential to publish full newspapers, reply to prospects, and work with advertisers.”

Along with Lancaster Newspapers, some weekly publications are additionally affected. They’re Lancaster Farming, Ephrata Evaluate, Lititz File, Elizabethtown Advocate and the Caucus.

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