Big Island’s Advertiser Bureau to Shut Down After 48 Years?

I just read this comment by former reporter Hugh Clark on the Big Island Chronicle:
There also are unverified reports that the Advertiser bureau here is being closed after at least 48 years of full time bureau chiefs, including a time when fewer than 60,000 residents lived in this county following 1960 tsunami that leveled much of Hilo…

If that’s the case, then it’s going to be even more important for bloggers on the Big Island to stay on top of things.

Can anyone confirm this report at this time without losing their jobs?

When will people start believing me that newspapers are a thing of the past?

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