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Associate editor discusses newspaper on public TV

Citizen Staff Report

Mark Kimble, associate editor of the Tucson Citizen, will discuss the impending closure of the newspaper Wednesday on KUAT-TV, Channel 6.

A commentary from Kimble will be part of “Arizona Illustrated” at 6:30 p.m. on the public television station.

Gannett Co. Inc., which owns the Citizen, announced in January that the newspaper was for sale. It will close after the March 21 edition if a buyer is not found.

The Citizen is 138 years old and is Arizona’s oldest continuously published newspaper.

Kimble has worked at the Citizen for more than 34 years and is a regular on the Friday Reporter’s Roundtable segment of “Arizona Illustrated.”

Citizen’s associate editor to discuss impending closure on TV Wednesday

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