An account of some of the fallout from the Gannett merger drops-in this gem:
When he was laid off Wednesday, he was told he had to get out by noon Friday.
A spokeswoman for Gannett, which owns the newspaper, confirmed he was laid off and said one editor would now oversee all the chain’s newspapers in southern Indiana. The decision, she said, had to do with a merger last year between Gannett and the parent company of GateHouse Media, not the economic fallout from the coronavirus.
Good luck with that.