“PARIS, Mo. – The manual typewriters are gone, replaced by Power Macintoshes. A printer’s devil no longer sprints around the office as press time nears – these days, the newspaper is printed in another town.
But otherwise, things haven’t really changed much in the 50 years since Norman Rockwell immortalized the weekly Monroe County Appeal with his painting of “The Country Editor.”
The newspaper is still all local, the news mostly good… ”
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