Didn't know it was hard to get, but thanks to The Dallas Morning News, it'll now be easier to get The New York Times round these here parts. As in:
The New York Times announced today that it has entered into an agreement with DFW Printing Company, the commercial printing entity of The Dallas Morning News, to print The Times's national edition in Dallas, Texas, beginning in early February. A separate agreement was also entered into with The Dallas Morning News, Inc. to distribute The Times throughout the Dallas area.
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