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Fri July 4, 2008
Newspaper Adds Expensive New Printing Press
Cheyenne, WY – The Wyoming Tribune Eagle is making a
major investment in a new printing press even while other newspapers around the country are suffering from declining
circulation and advertising revenue.
Executives at the daily Wyoming Tribune Eagle in Cheyenne say they're investing in the $15.5 million printing press both to
upgrade the daily newspaper and also to expand the company's commercial printing business.
The Tribune-Eagle is one of at least three newspaper companies trying to use new presses to diversify their business operations into commercial printing in southeastern Wyoming and northern Colorado.