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Ballston Journal ending print edition

214-year-old paper going digital only

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A Saratoga County newspaper that has published since John Adams was president and John Jay was governor — the oldest continuously publishing weekly paper in the state — has ceased print publication and is going all digital. The 214-year-old Ballston Journal is stopping print publication with the current Dec. 21 edition, publisher Angela McFarland said. The paper, first published in 1798, has been the oldest continuously publishing weekly in New York state, according to the ...


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ewagner38
December 25, 2012
11:51 a.m.

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Sad but a sign of the times -- personally love sitting down and reading a newspaper but younger generation gets all their news from the computer or phone

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