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York Dispatch will become a morning paper

Written by The Associated Press | Jan 21, 2014 2:21 PM
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(York) -- A York County newspaper is changing its delivery from afternoons to mornings. 

The York Dispatch has announced it will become a morning paper starting Monday, March 3. 

Editor Lori Goodlin says the switch will ramp up competition between The York Dispatch and the York Daily Record, which is a morning paper. 

The two papers share business operations, such as circulation and printing, but maintain separate news operations and editorial voices. 

York Newspaper Company president Sara Glines says the change is driven by finances.

She adds streamlining the press run and delivery operations will save money. 

No jobs will be lost as a result of the change.

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