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Sturgis Journal No Longer Printing Here

The Sturgis Journal announced it is no longer printing its newspaper in Sturgis, as the job has been passed on to a sister company in Allegan.

Saturday’s edition of the six-day-a-week newspaper was the final copy produced on the 38-year-old presses at the Journal’s John Street office. Fourteen jobs were lost as a result of the move, which was orchestrated by its parent company, Illinois-based GateHouse Media.

The printing press at the Allegan Flashes will now print the Sturgis Journal, which will benefit from more color capacity and a more efficient insert operation.

The Sturgis Journal has a press run of about 6,400 newspapers.

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