The Vicksburg Post daily newspaper and related real estate has been sold by Pat and Barbara Cashman to an affiliate of Boone Newspapers, Inc., according to John Cribb, Cribb, Greene & Associates, who represented the Cashmans in the transaction.
The Post is an 11,000 paid circulation newspaper that is published seven days each week. It was started by John Cashman in 1883 and has been in the Cashman family for 130 years. Included in the transaction were the newspaper office and press building, and an additional building in a separate location.
Boone Newspapers, Inc. owns and manages 44 newspapers, 26 community magazines and related websites in similar-sized communities in Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, Virginia, Minnesota, Ohio and Michigan, including The Natchez (Miss.) Democrat.
Cribb, Greene & Associates is a ninety year old newspaper brokerage, appraisal and consulting firm with offices in Bozeman, Montana and Charlottesville, Virginia.