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CHESTERTON, Ind. — A northwestern Indiana newspaper that’s been publishing for more than 130 years is ending its print edition.
The Chesterton Tribune started publishing in 1884.
It will end that tradition with a final print edition on Wednesday, Dec. 30.
“This was not an easy decision to make and the publishers deeply regret that this step is necessary. A variety of factors led to the decision, including the decline in hands-on print publications and the economic impact of the nation’s failure to curb COVID -19,” the Tribune said on its website.
The newspaper has not decided on the future of its website.