The evolution toward more digital and self-publishing is prompting Lifetouch Inc. to end its Kansas City yearbook publishing operations by Dec. 1.  In this 2001 file photo, Stacy Goins, a photographer for LifeTouch directed Wyandotte High School senior 17-year-old Shyeasta Cullars, then a senior at Wyandotte High School, during a photo shoot at the school.
The evolution toward more digital and self-publishing is prompting Lifetouch Inc. to end its Kansas City yearbook publishing operations by Dec. 1. In this 2001 file photo, Stacy Goins, a photographer for LifeTouch directed Wyandotte High School senior 17-year-old Shyeasta Cullars, then a senior at Wyandotte High School, during a photo shoot at the school. File photo by Tammy Ljungblad The Kansas City Star
The evolution toward more digital and self-publishing is prompting Lifetouch Inc. to end its Kansas City yearbook publishing operations by Dec. 1. In this 2001 file photo, Stacy Goins, a photographer for LifeTouch directed Wyandotte High School senior 17-year-old Shyeasta Cullars, then a senior at Wyandotte High School, during a photo shoot at the school. File photo by Tammy Ljungblad The Kansas City Star

Lifetouch will close its yearbook publishing plant in Kansas City

July 09, 2014 1:00 AM

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