CPI now “Neighbor Newspapers”

Community Publishers Inc. has changed the name of its newspaper group to Neighbor Newspapers, said Dave Berry of Bolivar, vice president of the company.
CPI has become a parent company with separate divisions. Neighbor Newspapers is the newspaper division, with publications in three states, Berry said.
The printing division is now known as Nowata Printing, with print centers in Springfield, Harrison, Ark., and Nowata, Okla.
The company’s eight papers in Missouri are The Bolivar Herald-Free Press,
Buffalo Reflex, Cedar County Republican in Stockton, Marshfield Mail, Christian
County Headliner News in Ozark, Nixa Xpress, South County Mail in Rogersville/
Fordland, and The Republic Monitor.

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