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Binding archive issues

Courtesy of David Thompson, Kentucky Press Association

If you use The Lewis Company in Georgia for binding your issues, chances are you have received a letter that the company is discontinuing its operation at the end of the year. That’s according to a letter from Bobbie Lewis who owns the company.

Jeff Moreland, publisher of the Central Kentucky News Journal and Springfield Sun, called her and says Ms. Lewis recommends Hoag and Sons in Michigan if you are looking for a binding company. The cost is reportedly $60 per book, along with a storage fee of $46 per year if you put them on your mailing list to get your papers.

Hoag and Sons website is  www.hoagandsons.com for more information about that company.

Another option is News File out of Oark, Arkansas. The books are $67.00 each plus shipping. The phone number is 479-292-3639. Jamie Sizemore at The Kentucky Standard started using News File this year and said they are pleased with the work. Larry Hensley at the Advocate Messenger in Danville and Teresa Barrett at the Booneville Sentinel also use News File.

Allison Shepherd, publisher of the LaRue County Herald News in Hodgenville, adds another company to the list -- Long’s-Roullet Bookbinders, Inc. in Norfolk, VA

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