“Goodbye Colorado” read the headline on The Rocky Mountain News’ last edition published Feb. 27, two months shy of the paper’s 150th anniversary. Unable to find a buyer, the closing of the E.W. Scripps-owned paper sent shock waves through the newspaper business, erasing notions of the viability of any market to sustain two papers.

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