‘The Oklahoman’ Reduces Its Distribution

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The Oklahoman will reduce its circulation area in a move that ends home delivery of the newspaper to about 7,000 households.

The cuts are mostly 100 miles or more from Oklahoma City and includes Tulsa although the paper will still be sold at Tulsa newsstands and in retail stores.

Oklahoman officials say the cuts are due to rising costs for newsprint and distribution.

The newspaper will still be available in about two-thirds of the state and publisher David Thompson says it will continue to cover news events statewide.

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