Having started as a single newspaper in Charleston, SC, EPI now operates in a variety of industries, including media, real estate, hospice care, and pharmaceutical sales. In keeping with its proud history, EPI is dedicated to serving its customers, employees, and communities with unconditional integrity, and promises to deliver the highest standards of service in every capacity it operates.
Evening Post sells Clear Night and refocuses on growing its healthcare assets and expanding into new opportunities.
EPI Health acquires prescription medicine to treat rosacea.
After 33 highly successful years, Evening Post sells Cordillera Communications and Cordillera Digital, generating a significant liquidity event.
Evening Post acquires the assets of a Charleston-based pharmaceutical sales firm and launches EPI Health.
Evening Post acquires three hospice locations in Louisiana, the origin of Heart of Hospice, a best-in-class multistate hospice provider.
To more accurately reflects Evening Post’s increasingly diverse operating portfolio, the company was renamed to Evening Post Industries.
Evening Post begins a series of new platform acquisitions with the launch of a marketing and technology services firm.
Evening Post Interactive, later renamed Cordillera Digital, is created to generate digital ad revenue for the TV stations.
Evening Post merges The Evening Post and The News and Courier to create a single newspaper for Charleston: The Post and Courier.
Evening Post forms Cordillera Communications to operate its television assets.
Evening Post purchases KCBC-TV in El Paso, TX, beginning the formation of its broadcast television station business line.
To scale its publishing portfolio, Evening Post purchases a controlling interest of the News and Courier (formerly the Charleston Courier).
Stockholder Arthur Manigault rescues The Evening Post from financial distress, first published in 1894.
The Post and Courier traces its history back to this 1803 publication, making it the oldest daily newspaper in the South.