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Does another newspaper war loom?
Front pages from the newspaper wars.
It's expanding its coverage into St. Charles and St. John the Baptist parishes.
It's not quite the Franco-Ottoman alliance, but it's the same idea.
And another newspaper war brews in "San Diego County’s backcountry."
People in New Orleans "just like the news."
Before and after cutbacks.
"They weren't interested in selling," he said.
Dan Shea and Peter Kovacs left New Orleans paper last year when it restructured.
John Georges, owners, sign letter of intent.
Paper competes with less frequent Times-Picayune.
"What is required to do great journalism is not newsprint and ink."
Carlisle's Sentinel plays to "win this mini-newspaper war."