Rural Colorado newspaper SUES another over 'newspaper of record' status

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The publisher of a weekly newspaper in a rural Colorado county has sued another newspaper in hopes of getting legal clarity about an obscure but important aspect of the local print news business.

At issue is what specifically it takes to become a county’s official “newspaper of record.”

The 10-page lawsuit asks a Gilpin County judge to decide whether the Mountain-Ear newspaper must have a U.S. postal permit in Gilpin County in order for the county’s commissioners to bestow the paper a coveted status within the printing industry.

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