A message from
the publisher

history, lore

The pressmen
make the transition

of our presses

From plate to press
in pictures

A new era unfolds

The Honolulu Advertiser introduces a new age of publishing in Hawai'i

In 1964, Wendell Weatherwax was 22 years old when the Goss Mark II Press arrived at The Honolulu Advertiser. Today, Weatherwax — now a pressroom manager — is on the job at the Advertiser's Kapolei Plant, where two MAN Roland presses can turn out 140,000 full-color papers in an hour.

20 stories that
shook the state

Printing press:
Old vs. new

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