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UNDATED -- The economy is forcing employees at more than two dozen small newspapers across northeast Oklahoma to take a one week furlough.
Arkansas-based Community Publishers announced this week its employees at 23 community newspapers in Oklahoma, as well as Arkansas and Missouri, will take a five-day furlough by the end of July.
The company's president says advertising declines in auto and real estate have led to a drop in revenue.
Community Publishers prints the Bixby Bulletin, the Broken Arrow Ledger, the Owasso Reporter and several other community papers.