In April, this Iowa city was on the brink of losing its only newspaper. Now it has two.


On April 26, residents of Lake City, Iowa, woke up to the news that their local paper, The Graphic-Advocate, was facing closure after 136 years.

The reason was simple, according to a Facebook post by publisher Matt Grohe. The paper hadn’t made money for years. Last year, it had lost $18,000 and was on track to lose even more this year.

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