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Zanesville, OH 43701
On December 1, 1959, The Zanesville Times Recorder began printing 7-days a week, merging with The Zanesville Times Signal.
In October 1970, The Zanesville Publishing Company, owned by the Littick Family sold the paper to the Thomson Newspaper Publishing Company of Chicago.
On April 6, 1992 the last daily paper was printed in Zanesville. Printing operations was moved to Newark, Ohio.
In July 2000, Gannett completed purchase of 19 Thomson Newspapers, including the Zanesville Times Recorder.
In early 2014, Gannett announced that they would be moving printing operations from their downtown Newark location to Columbus, to be handled by The Dispatch Printing Company located at 5300 Crosswind Drive Columbus, Ohio.
- "Times Recorder (Zanesville, OH)". Ohio News Media Association. Ohio News Media Association. Retrieved 30 March 2019.
- "The Newsletter of Muskingum County History"
- "Gannett Completes Acquisition of Thomson Newspapers"
- "Advocate printing moving to Columbus". The Newark Advocate. February 28, 2014. pp. 1A, 2A.
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