For the first time in decades, students at Arkansas' Nettleton High School will not find copies of The Chieftain floating around campus. Instead, they'll find the school newspaper online.

Beginning with the September issue, the paper became internet-only.

"This generation is an online generation," said adviser Dinah McClurg, citing one of the reasons the Jonesboro-based school decided to make the switch.

The teacher said many of the students liked reading the paper, but actual sales were usually about 50 papers for each month's issue.


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