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LAFAYETTE – The Journal & Courier announced today its editions will be printed in Indianapolis starting next month and its printing facility will close in Lafayette.

As part of the announcement by Gannett, owner of The Journal & Courier and the Indianapolis Star, the newspaper’s design format also is changing. Starting Feb. 17, the Journal & Courier will return to a larger broadsheet format because of press capabilities in Indianapolis.

The moves will enhance the Journal & Courier’s long-term sustainability and reflects its commitment to pursue meaningful journalism that serves as a catalyst for the greater good of communities in western Indiana, said Greg Fallon, executive editor of the Journal & Courier.

“The design and size of our editions and where it is printed do not deter us from serving our readers, advertisers and communities,” he said. “We remain deeply committed to serving the Lafayette community as we have for the past 100 years, even as we position ourselves for an increasingly digital and mobile world.”
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