Montana paper replaces biz section with tabloid
The Great Falls Tribune is replacing its Sunday business section with what had been its bi-monthly business tabloid, reports business editor JoDee Black.
Black writes, “Great Falls Business, a bi-monthly publication, will replace the traditional Business section this week. The tabloid-size insert includes news about trends, philanthropy, profiles and ways professionals unwind and recharge.
“Building permits, corporate and limited liability company filings and bankruptcies are listed, along with prices of commodities, metals, housing and unemployment statistics.
“This isn’t an entirely new publication. The first edition of Great Falls Business was published in October 2005 and was mailed to subscribers. A few years later that changed and it was inserted in copies of the Tribune circulated in Cascade County.
“On Sunday, it’s time for another change: The publication will be inserted in all copies of the Tribune, from Wolf Point to Whitefish.”
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