Video editor Jaime Green stands at the third-floor newsroom window on Friday, the last work day for the old Wichita Eagle building at 825 E. Douglas. In the window facing Douglas, staff members put up a -30-, the newspaper symbol for “the end.” But as we like to say, it’s a new beginning.
Video editor Jaime Green stands at the third-floor newsroom window on Friday, the last work day for the old Wichita Eagle building at 825 E. Douglas. In the window facing Douglas, staff members put up a -30-, the newspaper symbol for “the end.” But as we like to say, it’s a new beginning. Roy Wenzl The Wichita Eagle
Video editor Jaime Green stands at the third-floor newsroom window on Friday, the last work day for the old Wichita Eagle building at 825 E. Douglas. In the window facing Douglas, staff members put up a -30-, the newspaper symbol for “the end.” But as we like to say, it’s a new beginning. Roy Wenzl The Wichita Eagle

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