Salina Journal office moving


The Salina Journal will be moving its office next week to the Salina Board of Trade Building, 1700 E. Iron Ave. in Salina, Kansas.

Due to the coronavirus, the office has been closed to the public. A separate warehouse that will be used for distribution of the paper will be located at 621 N. Santa Fe Ave., former Beaver Express Service building.

The 30,000-square-foot building at 333 S. 4th St. was built in 1980. Making the move will help keep building maintenance cost down, as well as let current employees work closer together to help serve the community. The building has been sold to the Salina Regional Health Center to be used as offices.

All of The Salina Journal phone numbers and emails will remain the same throughout the transition.

The Salina Journal’s parent company Gannett, owner of USA TODAY, has had a record amount of digital subscribers this year.

Salina Journal


No comments on this story | Please log in to comment by clicking here
Please log in or register to add your comment