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We're not in Minnesota anymore: Utne Reader is Topeka-bound

Utne Reader's founder says its location in Minneapolis was a key to the magazine's early success in the 1980's. But now it's owned by a Topeka-based publishing company that wants to consolidate its operations in Kansas. Says the editor: "It's a bummer."
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Utne Reader's founder says its location in Minneapolis was a key to the magazine's early success in the 1980's. But now it's owned by a Topeka-based publishing company that wants to consolidate its operations in Kansas. Says the editor: "It's a bummer."

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