A Sept. 16, 1985, edition of The Herald-Telephone announces the then-neww printing press part of a five-year, $13-million expansion. The 260-ton Koenig & Bauer press was build and tested in Germany and shipped to Bloomington for installation.
A Sept. 16, 1985, edition of The Herald-Telephone announces the then-neww printing press part of a five-year, $13-million expansion. The 260-ton Koenig & Bauer press was build and tested in Germany and shipped to Bloomington for installation.
The Herald-Times is moving its newspaper printing and production operation from Bloomington to a sister facility in Indianapolis, which also produces the Indianapolis Star.

The Herald-Times news and advertising teams will remain in Bloomington and are deeply committed to serving the Bloomington area, as The Herald-Times has done for more than 100 years.

General Manager Larry Hensley made the announcement to staff Friday. The move is expected to result in some layoffs, but the final number has not been determined.

This move does not impact the Bedford facility, as that press operation will remain in operation and assume the printing of some of the Hoosier Times products.

The transition will take place in February.
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