Initial reports from CNHI are that all Joplin Globe employees and their families are safe; however, at least a dozen employees lost their homes.
“A number of those folks who lost homes went into the Globe Sunday night to make sure the paper was published and this vital edition made it onto the streets,” said Keith Ponder, a CNHI division manager. “Joplin published on their press last night, and we expect to continue that pattern all week.”
A CNHI relief response team has been identified and dispatched to help the Joplin employees, Ponder said.
Monday, May 23, 2011
CNHI newspapers help Joplin Globe publish Monday edition
When disaster strikes, people still need newspapers to help make sense of it and thanks to other newspapers from the Globe's parent company, Community Newspaper Holdings, Inc. (CNHI), the Globe was on the streets on time today: