Posted by | March 23, 2009 16:30 | Filed under: Top Stories


Newspaper, that is. Last week it was the Seattle Post-Intelligencer.  In February, it was Denver’s Rocky Mountain News.  The San Francisco Chronicle is in trouble.  Now, the Ann Arbor News announces it will become an online-only publication after it publishes its final hard copy in July.


“This is a difficult day for all of us at The Ann Arbor News,” publisher Laurel Champion said in a letter published in Monday’s edition.

 

“As we say hello to AnnArbor.com, we will say goodbye to The Ann Arbor News.”

 

The news website will be complemented by a “print product” two days each week, according to the publisher.

 

The announcement comes as three other Michigan newspapers revealed they would stop publishing daily and, instead, provide printed editions only on three days of each week.

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