The Budget newspaper is a staple on the kitchen tables of conservative Amish and Mennonite communities around the world. For those who shun social media and generally don’t use smartphones, the paper is a primary source of information.
Not much has changed in The Budget since its founding in 1890. The same is true for its cozy, brick-walled newspaper office on Factory Street, along railroad tracks in Sugarcreek, in the heart of northeastern Ohio’s Amish country. Click here to continue reading.