Why can't we toss out our old P-I newspapers?
There they sit. On the shelf in the KPLU newsroom. Two dozen of them. Each in their own day-of-the-week slot.
Seattle Post-Intelligencers from March 2009, the month the paper ceased publication after 146 years.
We wonder: Why haven’t we been able to toss those papers and relegate the printed P-I to the dark depths of the archive stacks at the public library?