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the-mill-i-thinkBANGOR, Maine — A Penobscot County Superior Court judge has issued a default judgment against a Pennsylvania newspaper, finding it owes the former owners of a East Millinocket paper mill $212,152. The money is for 840 metric tons of newsprint paper ordered a year ago and worth $254,170, according to court documents. The suit, filed in February, was lodged by Katahdin Paper Co. against Wilkes-Barre Publishing Co., doing business as Impressions Media, which was doing business as The Times Leader, a newspaper. The mill, previously owned by Katahdin Paper, is now known as Great Northern Paper. Katahdin was owned by Brookfield Asset Management until last fall, when it sold the mill to Cate Street Capital, which changed the mill’s name. A spokesman for Cate Street said the company wasn’t party to the suit and suggested Brookfield brought the legal action against the newspaper. (read more at the Bangor Daily News)