Poughtooth is an old-school newspaper.
The first edition was printed in 1797.
The current edition was first published in 1911.
And it was a hit in its day, the paper was published in more than 20 states.
The Poughtroughs Weekly Journal (PWJ), an independent daily newspaper that is a weekly, has been around for almost 40 years.
Its new issue was released today, a month after a gunman killed a reporter at the paper.
It was an attack on a local paper, but it was also a case of media violence and retaliation, said Poughtown Mayor and local newspaper editor Scott M. McQueary.
It wasn’t until after the shooting that a local police officer named Charles Lefkowitz stepped in and arrested the gunman.
But Poughs police chief, Paul W. Miller, said he did not think the officer was able to stop the shooter because the shooter had a firearm, according to WNYC.
It was the only weapon the shooter was carrying.
Poughtown was devastated, and the mayor of Rockland County said he is trying to find a new location for the paper to be published.
But there is a growing concern that the paper will be destroyed, said McQuainy, who said he was approached by several people asking what was going to happen to the paper after the attack.
The shooter, who police said may have been a member of a pro-gun group, was killed by a fellow resident who was in his home, according the police chief.
The suspect is being held in the Rockland Department of Corrections.
The paper has been in Rockland for about 25 years, McQuowy said.
It has become an important part of the community, a symbol of Rocklands history and culture.
It has been the subject of an investigation by the Rocklands County Attorney, McConaughey said.
We’re trying to figure out how to protect this paper from being torn down and destroyed, and to do it in a way that doesn’t hurt anybody,” McQuacky said, referring to the gun attack.”
We want to make sure that we do the right thing here,” he added.
He said he understands why people might feel uneasy about the paper’s future.”
The community doesn’t want to lose this newspaper, but that’s a fact of life,” he said.
The president of the Rock Valley Newspaper Association, Steve Loughlin, told the New York Times the paper has lost more than 60 percent of its business in the past decade.
He said the newspaper’s business is “on the decline.””
The news is not the news anymore.
I don’t think the community is looking forward to seeing the paper go.”