The Peninsula Clarion, Juneau Empire and weekly Homer News are being acquired by a Canadian chain just six months after being sold to GateHouse Media.
The Alaska papers were sold by longtime owner Morris Communications for $120 million last fall.
The newest owner is Sound Publishing, a Seattle-based subsidiary that owns papers in the states of Washington, California and Hawaii. It's a subsidiary of Black Press, based in British Columbia.
In recent months, the trio of Alaska papers shared a top executive. But he's staying with GateHouse