Once word got out that GateHouse Media was taking over the Oklahoman, I started hearing stories about how the new management was frugal/chintzy [choose one]. “Same as the old bosses,” I mused.
Then this started flashing on the screen for a fraction of a second while the Print Replica was loading:
And then, of course, it loads the document from the server without further incident.
For no good reason, I tried the most generic variation on the paper’s URL that I could think of, and up popped the replica of the Peninsula Clarion, Kenai, Alaska, which GateHouse owned for about a year before dealing its Last Frontier papers to a subsidiary of Canada’s Black Press.