The Katy Times (Texas) is ceasing publication of its print paper as of July 25, the paper’s president announced on the paper’s Facebook page.

The post said financial difficulties were behind the change. The paper is operating at a loss, the post said.

The paper plans to keep publishing its website,, the magazines Fulshear Living and Katy Today and other specialty magazines, according to President Clyde C. King Jr.

Texas-based Hartman Newspapers owns the paper.

Around seven full-timers are employed at The Katy Times, according to Claire Weber Goodman, the paper’s managing editor, the Houston Chronicle reported.

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