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Both Peace Region papers have been owned by Glacier since 2006 and Regional Manager, William Julian says, this latest initiative took a number of issues into careful consideration.

He says, “We feel that this change is a logical step to providing not only our readers but also our advertisers with improved content, coverage and circulation”.

He adds it will also provide: “All newspaper staff with increased time to be able to serve and help promote news and products within our respective communities, as we combine our efforts”.

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He concludes by calling it, “An exciting time for the Alaska Highway News to enhance our ability to provide our communities and advertisers with not only a great daily newspaper, but one that has increased circulation and outreach ability.”

The merger announcement makes no mention of any job losses, either by attrition or layoffs.

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