Archive for Friday, January 20, 2012

Baldwin Signal office closing

January 20, 2012

The Signal is closing its business office in Baldwin City on Jan. 15 and sales and editorial employees will be working out of the Journal-World offices in Lawrence.

Customers wanting to place a classified advertisement, a display ad, purchase a subscription to the Signal, submit a news item or talk to a reporter or editor can contact the Signal via a toll-free telephone number, 800-578-8748. A receptionist is on duty from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday through Friday and will direct callers with questions about advertising, newspaper purchases or delivery and news articles to the proper contact.

Customers are also welcome to visit our offices at 609 New Hampshire, Lawrence, or at the Shawnee Dispatch, 6301 Pflumm Road.

To place a classified ad, costumers can call 800-578-8748, or go online to and click on “classifieds” at the upper right corner of the website, or send an email to

Signal news editor Elvyn Jones will be based in Lawrence. He can be contacted via cell phone at 785-760-6841 or by email,

Dennis Anderson, managing editor, can be reached in Lawrence at 785-832-7194, or via email,

Shaun Musick, Signal account executive, will be based in Lawrence. She can be contacted via cell phone at 785-840-6330 or by email,

The Signal is available at several locations, including Kwik Shop, Baldwin City Market, Santa Fe Market, Baker University Student Union, Wellsville Market, Callahan Retail Liquor, Wheat State Pizza, Mr. Goodcents, Baldwin City Diner, The Lodge, Pizza Hut and the Baldwin City and Wellsville Post Offices.


Bulldog1 6 years, 5 months ago

You can call the same numbers to cancel your subscription also.


Stacy Napier 6 years, 5 months ago

A repost of what I posted on the other article.

They sold off the only money making part of the company. The cable company. That was Dolph C. Simons golden parachute. Now it is just a matter of time before the paper part is bankrupt and he gets to claim loss on his taxes a couple of years.


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