JESUP – The Jesup Citizen Herald weekly group newspaper was printed for the ultimate time Wednesday, Dec. 29, its writer, Kim Edward Adams, of Waterloo, confirmed in a phone interview Thursday night time.
That successfully ends a 122-year run, 43 of which have been beneath Adams’ management.
Its web site, www.jesupcitizenherald.com, whereas nonetheless lively, features a touching letter from Adams titled, “Saying goodbye to Jesup,” in addition to entry to current obituaries, and call data for him.
However Adams affirmed he has no intentions of resurrecting the digital medium to incorporate previous articles. The best option to receive previous publications
A bunch of rural Minnesota newspapers which were “stripped” by company house owners lately has been purchased by a New Jersey-based firm that is making an enormous transfer into Minnesota.
CherryRoad Media purchased seven newspapers from Gannett, the nation’s largest newspaper chain. The seven beforehand have been owned by GateHouse Media, one other giant chain, which merged with Gannett in 2019 and adopted the Gannett identify. The deal takes impact Jan. 1. The acquisition value has not been revealed.
The papers bought by Gannett are: the Granite Falls Advocate Tribune, the Montevideo American-Information, the Redwood Falls Gazette, the Crookston Instances,