"We decided to have the baby at home. And I would have a contraction and stop and build a little bit of the paper and go back, have another contraction, build a little bit of the paper. The whole time my husband was saying, 'You've got to get this paper out because I can deliver it, I can't build it," says Tiffany Waddell, co-owner of the newspaper.
Mrs. Waddell tells us she plans on owning the paper for years to come and hopes one day she can pass it on to her children.
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