The Press: New Face, New Home

In less than a year, "Ep" (Edwin Palmer) Hoyt had changed the raucous Denver Post from a brawling journalistic hussy to a newspaper (TIME, Feb. 18). Facing his staff the first day on the job, he looked at his watch, announced that, from that moment, the common scold of Champa Street "ain't mad at nobody." By last week, having cleaned house on Champa Street, he got set to move the Post from its squat, gaudy old building. The Post bought the Home Public Market and an adjoining five-story office building, ordered 24 new high-speed presses. Hoyt announced his goal: to make...

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