Groggy notes, or, the Zorro of the Saratoga Sun

 


I occasionally have to do what we call “inserting.”

It’s fairly self explanatory but I’ll fill you in anyway.

We upload the Saratoga Sun to the press in Cheyenne Tuesday afternoons and when they are done being printed, they ship them to Walcott by truck which is then met by a courier the printer has hired to bring them to us.

The upshot is that we usually get the finished papers by 2 a.m. Wednesday morning.

Then the inserter’s job begins.

Whatever flyers are there to be sent out with the paper have to be put into each paper. Sometimes there are a lot—which sucks up a quite a bit...



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