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Ottawa Herald

In 1896, Joseph L. Bristow, who later was elected U.S. senator, and Henry J. Allen, who later became an editor at the Wichita Beacon, Kansas governor, and U.S. senator decided to buy the weekly Evening Ottawa and turn it into a daily newspaper. T ...

The Winfield Daily Courier

It was one of two local newspapers under the same ownership that published in Cowley County, Kansas - the other being The Arkansas City Traveler. The publication of the newspaper dated back to 1931. The newspaper was previously published under th ...

The Hazard Herald

The Hazard Herald is a weekly newspaper based in Hazard, Kentucky. The newspaper was founded by Bailey P. Wootton in 1911. The paper celebrated 100 years on June 22, 2011. Today the paper is located on High Street on downtown Hazard and comes out ...

Franklin Banner-Tribune

The Franklin Banner-Tribune is a small bi-weekly newspaper which circulates in Franklin, the parish seat of St. Mary Parish, Louisiana. As of 2009, it had approximately 3.350 paid subscribers. It is owned by Morgan City Newspapers LLC. The origin ...

The Ellsworth American

The Ellsworth American is a locally owned and managed weekly newspaper serving Hancock County, Maine. Publication began Oct. 17, 1851, making The American the oldest newspaper in Hancock County and the second oldest in Maine. The newspaper has wo ...

Seacoast Media Group

Seacoast Media Group is a unit of Local Media Group. Seacoast publishes five weekly newspapers and one daily, The Portsmouth Herald, along the coasts of New Hampshire and York County, Maine, United States. The group publisher is John Tabor; its e ...

Allegany Freeman

Cumberland is a city in Allegany County, Maryland in the western part of the state. Abstract information from the newspaper can be found using F. Edward Wrights Newspaper Abstracts of Allegany and Washington Counties 1811- 1815. Repositories that ...

Frederick News-Post

The Frederick News-Post is the local newspaper of Frederick County, Maryland. In addition to discussing local news, the newspaper addresses international, national, and regional news. The paper publishes seven days a week and had weekday paid cir ...

Montgomery County Sentinel

The Montgomery County Sentinel was the oldest continuously published newspaper in Montgomery County, Maryland. As one of the smallest local newspapers, in terms of circulation, it was based in Rockville from its first print in 1855 until its clos ...

The Daily Item (Lynn)

The Daily Item is a six-day morning daily newspaper published in Lynn, Massachusetts, United States. In addition to its home city, The Daily Item covers the Massachusetts North Shore cities and towns of Nahant, Saugus, Swampscott, Peabody, Revere ...

The Daily News Transcript

The Daily News Transcript was a five-day afternoon daily newspaper in Norwood, Massachusetts, U.S., covering the Neponset Valley of Norfolk County, Massachusetts. The Transcript was originally published in Dedham, and also covered Walpole and Wes ...

The Daily News Tribune

The Daily News Tribune was an afternoon daily newspaper in Waltham, Massachusetts, United States, covering that city and the neighboring city of Newton. In its last years, the Tribune was managed and printed by The MetroWest Daily News, and owned ...

Daily Times Chronicle

The Daily Times Chronicle is a family-owned five-day daily newspaper published in Woburn, Massachusetts, with separate daily editions and associated weekly newspapers covering several towns along Massachusetts Route 128 in eastern Middlesex Count ...

Enterprise-Sun

The Enterprise-Sun, and its predecessors, the Hudson Daily Sun and Marlboro Enterprise, were daily newspapers covering the city of Marlborough and adjoining town of Hudson, both in Middlesex County, Massachusetts. The combined paper ended in 1995 ...

Fifty Plus Advocate

The Fifty Plus Advocate Newspaper was founded in January 1975. It is the oldest, continuously published mature market publication in the United States. It was originally known as The Senior Advocate newspaper. The founder and publisher in 1975 wa ...

Malden Evening News

The Malden Evening News was an independent five-day daily newspaper covering the city of Malden, Massachusetts. Publisher Daniel J. Horgan has owned the Evening News and its sister paper, the Medford Daily Mercury, since purchasing the Daily News ...

Medford Daily Mercury

The Medford Daily Mercury was an independent five-day daily newspaper covering the city of Medford, Massachusetts. Publisher Daniel J. Horgan owned the Daily Mercury and its sister paper, the Malden Evening News, since purchasing the Daily News-M ...

Saugus Advertiser

The Saugus Advertiser is the oldest newspaper covering the town of Saugus, Massachusetts still in print. It is the newspaper of record in Saugus as it is currently the only place Saugus legal notices are printed.

Southbridge Evening News

The Southbridge News is a weekly newspaper in Southbridge, Massachusetts. It is owned by Stonebridge Press, Inc., a group that includes twelve weekly newspapers in central Massachusetts and northeastern Connecticut.

Stonebridge Press

Stonebridge Press, Inc. is a privately held newspaper company based in Southbridge, Massachusetts. It was formed October 27, 1995, to operate the newspapers acquired through the purchase of Worcester County Newspapers. In addition to its Massachu ...

Stoneham Independent

The Stoneham Independents parent company, Woburn Daily Times Inc., also publishes a daily newspaper and two additional weekly newspapers in adjoining towns, and a weekly supplement, Middlesex East. Other Daily Times publications are: The Daily Ti ...

Turley Publications

Turley Publications Inc. is a privately owned commercial printer and publisher of more than a dozen weekly newspapers based in Palmer, Massachusetts, United States. Patrick and Thomas Turley founded the company in 1962 when they purchased the Pal ...

Argus-Press

The Argus-Press is a daily newspaper published in Owosso, Michigan. The names comes from two preceding papers: the Evening Argus and Press-American, which merged in 1916. The papers earliest antecedent is the Owosso American, which was founded in ...

Benton Spirit

The Benton Spirit is a community newspaper for "informing, enhancing, showcasing, promoting, and educating" residents of southwest Michigan and northern Indiana. It is published weekly on Thursday.

Berrien County Record

The Berrien County Record is an independent weekly newspaper that serves all of Berrien County, Michigan, as the publication of record for legal notices. The Berrien County Record is one of the longest-running newspapers in Berrien County, having ...

City Pulse

City Pulse was founded in August 2001. The editors consider the paper "alternative media" and often feature local news items ignored by the dailies. In 2008, City Pulse was accepted into the Association of Alternative Newsmedia, a trade group tha ...

Harbor Country News

The Harbor Country News is a weekly newspaper published by News-Dispatch Media, the publisher of The News-Dispatch, the Michigan City, Indianas daily newspaper. It primarily serves the residents of, and their guests and other visitors to, the sma ...

The Macomb Daily

The Macomb Daily is a daily newspaper with its headquarters in Clinton Township, Macomb County, Michigan in Metro Detroit. It is the only daily newspaper serving Macomb County, making the county the largest in Michigan in terms of population with ...

Marcellus News

Marcellus News is a weekly news publication based in the town of Marcellus, Michigan. The newspapers motto is "The only newspaper in the world that cares about Marcellus!" The newspaper is owned and published by Moormann Printing Inc. The Marcell ...

The South County Gazette

The South County Gazette is a newspaper that served the southern Berrien County, Michigan communities of Bridgman, Buchanan, Galien, Harbert, Lakeside, New Buffalo, New Troy, Sawyer, Three Oaks, and Union Pier with news of local events and happen ...

Trade Lines (newspaper)

Trade Lines is a pennysaver-style free weekly newspaper consisting exclusively of classified and display advertising. It has been serving selected markets in Berrien and Van Burren counties in southwestern Michigan since 1949. Trade Lines is dist ...

Pine City Pioneer

The Pine City Pioneer is an American, English language newspaper and the largest of four newspapers in Pine County, Minnesota. It is headquartered in Pine City and is published weekly on Thursday.

Post-Bulletin

The Post Bulletin is an American, English language daily newspaper based in Rochester, Minnesota. Published five days each week, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday, it is the largest afternoon newspaper in the state. The Post Bulle ...

Waseca County News

The Waseca County News is an American, English language newspaper in Waseca, Waseca County, Minnesota. The owner of the County News is the same owner of the local Shopper.

The Enterprise-Tocsin

The Enterprise-Tocsin is a newspaper in the U.S. state of Mississippi. The newspaper offices are in Indianola. The newspaper is distributed in Sunflower County and sections of northern Humphreys County. It is published weekly, on each Thursday.

Laurel Leader-Call

The Laurel Leader-Call is a thrice-weekly newspaper published Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays in Laurel, Mississippi, United States, covering Jones County. It is owned by Gin Creek Publishing, which purchased the name and subscriber list from C ...

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