CLEARWATER TRIBUNE HOME
Fire forces change in Tribuneís format
By Cloann McNall
Due to a fire
Monday in the printing plant on
100 years of the paperís page size measuring 14x23 inches it is now 11x21
inches. Plans are to continue the new format but the type size, news and
advertising content will remain the same.
Plans for the printing plant are undetermined at this time. During the past 10 years of the paper being printed in Orofino the Clearwater Tribune has stayed the larger size format while most other papers have down-sized pages to offset printing costs.
Clearwater Tribune had
been printed out of the area for 30 years until 10 years ago, when Barney Mowery
moved Central Idaho Offset (
which celebrates its 100th
anniversary this year, was printed on a hand fed press in the back of the
Tribune until the early
1970ís when the paper was switched to offset printing. After that it was printed
for several years by
Itís business as usual at the Tribune as we forge ahead with a new format in 2012 after 100 years of looking the same. Wish us well, please.