United States Newspapers
Established in 1875, the Post moved to Camden in 1879. It merged with The Telegram in 1899 to become The Post & Telegram. In 1926, The Post & Telegram and the Camden Courier consolidated. The Courier-Post joined the Gannett family in 1959.
ia Abroad is a weekly newspaper published from New York City, which focuses on Indian news meant for an Indian American, Indian diaspora and expatriate audience. The publication is known for its annual award ceremony for the "India Abroad Person of the Year." <br> India Abroad was founded by Indian American publisher Gopal Raju in 1970.  India Abroad calls itself "the oldest Indian newspaper published in North America." Under Raju's guidance, India Abroad quickly gained a reputation as one of the most credible, well researched voices for the Indian American community. The Economist, a British weekly international affairs magazine, once referred to India Abroad as a daily publication of “unusually high quality”. <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org" target="new">Source</a>
The largest circulation Irish American weekly newspaper, with a 50-state subscription base. Founded in 1928, the national tabloid is on newsstands in major American cities every Wednesday.
Irish news is the meat and potatoes of IrishCentral.com. News from Ireland and from all the homes of the global Irish in the United States and around the Irish world.
The Haitian Times is a weekly newspaper for Haitians living in the wider area of New York City, New York, United States. The newspaper is printed in English, as opposed to French or Haitian Creole, and is based in Brooklyn. According to the website of the newspaper, the total weekly circulation is 30,000, Brooklyn circulation is 18,000, Queens, New York City circulation is 6,000, Long Island circulation is 4,000, New Jersey circulation is 1,000, and circulation beoynd greater metropolitan New York City is 1,000. <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org" target="new">Source</a>
Committed to providing engaging news coverage and insightful commentary to the people living in Alabama's largest metropolitan area. Readers use The Birmingham News to gain knowledge and understanding about an exceptional range of information. From world, national, state and local news to business, culture, technology, religion, style, food, health, homes and more, the coverage in The Birmingham News is as diverse as its readers.
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Since 1999 - Offices in Little Havana, Florida, USA The newspaper of the Cuban American community in the United Sates and Puerto Rico.
Orlando news, information, weather, hurricane coverage, sports, entertainment, restaurants, real estate, jobs, business, classifieds.
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The newspaper's roots trace back to 1837 in Jasper County, where The Eastern Clarion began. Later that year it was sold and moved to Meridian. After the Civil War, it was moved to Jackson and merged with The Standard and soon became known as The Clarion. Combining with the State Ledger in 1888, it received the name of Daily Clarion-Ledger. <br> Meanwhile, four young men who were displaced by the merger founded their own newspaper, The Jackson Evening Post, in 1882. Fred Sullens purchased an interest in the paper in 1907, and shortly after changed the name to the Jackson Daily News.
Established in 1884 as the first public college for women in the United States, MUW is proud of its tradition of excellence for women and men.
"We publish every weekday except five holidays: New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, the Fourth of July, the Friday after Thanksgiving and Christmas Day"
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The Post-Tribune had its beginnings in 1907, when The Gary Weekly was established to serve the brand-new steel industry rising on the shores of Lake Michigan.
What began as a two-page church bulletin by co-founders George P. Stewart and Will Porter, The Indianapolis Recorder now hails as one of the top African-American publications in the nation. In 1897, the co-founders of the newspaper decided to expand their already successful newssheet into a weekly newspaper. The earliest existing issues of the Recorder date to 1899 — the year Porter sold his share of the newspaper to Stewart.<br> Realizing the importance of local news, Stewart captured that market, outdistancing his local competitors, the publishers of the Freeman and the Colored World. With its emphasis on local news, the Recorder set itself apart from other Black newspapers. It had an immediate and an enduring impact on the Indianapolis community.
TechNews is written, managed, and edited by the students of the Illinois Institute of Technology. The material in TechNews does not necessarily reflect the opinions of the Illinois Institute of Technology or the Editors, Staff, or Advisory Board of TechNews. There is no censorship of TechNews by the faculty or staff of the Illinois Institute of Technology. TechNews seeks to bring together the various segments of the IIT community and strives through balance and content to achieve a position of respect and excellence. TechNews strives for professionalism with due respect to the intellectual values of the university and its community.
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For nearly three quarters of a century, the Zion-Benton News has reported the hometown news for Beach Park, Winthrop Harbor, Zion, Ill. and surrounding areas.<br> The Bargaineer, a companion paper to the Zion-Benton News, provides 36,000 readers in Beach Park, Gurnee, Wadsworth, Waukegan, Winthrop Harbor, and Zion, Ill. with many local deals and a smattering of general interest news. This free community paper is delivered door-to-door each Tuesday.
"Located in some of the best communities in the country. In Cedar Rapids and Iowa City both, our schools are fabulous, our cultural and recreational offerings endless. We have plenty of housing, with character and comfortable price tags. We don’t have clogged freeways. We do have farmer’s markets, festivals, the freshest air, sun, snow and tons of sweet corn."
The state of Iowa is 55,965 square miles, with a population of 2.8 million, approximately the area of Florida and the population of Colorado. The Register, one of few statewide newspapers in the nation, serves this entire expanse, meaning that people read it from Sioux City to Burlington. This gives Iowa "a focus," according to one historian, and "a singular voice in a way that other states haven't had." For more than 150 years, The Des Moines Register has mirrored and reflected the growth of the city that has shared its name.
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A non-profit (501(C)3), non-partisan organization founded in 1976 and made up of volunteer board members from the community who are responsible for putting out a monthly newspaper which covers news and issues that concern the seven neighborhoods which together make up the Camden Community.
News, Police, Sports, Classifieds, Community, Local Jobs and more.
The premier news and information source in Southeast Nebraska. Along with the area’s leading daily newspaper, we publish several niche publications, have a direct mail operation, several web sites and a commercial printing operation. <br> The Journal Star is a division of Lee Enterprises with approximately 450 employees in many fields such as finance, advertising, circulation, editorial, engineering/maintenance, information systems, marketing, and production.
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Currently publishes two newspapers and a monthly newsletter while providing the communities of Nuckolls and Jewell counties and the surrounding area with custom printing, screen printing, and office supply needs. For access to our newspapers, simply click on the corresponding links below. <br> The Superior Express is the largest paid subscription weekly newspaper in its area, serving Nuckolls County in south central Nebraska, USA. The electronic edition of the paper includes News, Feature, Sports, Pictures and Obituary sections, plus subscription & advertising information. <br> The Jewell County Record serves Jewell County, in north central Kansas. Towns include Mankato, Burr Oak, Jewell, Esbon, Randall, Webber, Ionia, Formoso, Randall. Features of the online version match those of The Express.
Established in 1873, the Bismarck Tribune is the official newspaper of the state of North Dakota, county of Burleigh and city of Bismarck. It is published daily. The Bismarck Tribune is a member of the Associated Press.
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The Foundation exists because the late founder of The Capital Times, William T. Evjue, directed in his will that the success of the newspaper he founded be shared with the community that has supported and continues to support the newspaper that was his life.
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"Our circulation and coverage area roughly comprises the Verona Area School District, the Town of Verona and the City of Verona.<br> The Verona Press is part of Unified Newspaper Group, which also owns the Fitchburg Star, Oregon Observer, Stoughton Courier Hub, Your Family magazine and the Great Dane shopper. Unified Newspaper Group is a division of Woodward Communications Incorporated, headquartered in Dubuque, Iowa, and is a dynamic, employee owned (ESOP) media company, comprised of mass and niche media products as well as niche marketing and communication services."
Alaska News, Jobs and Advertising from the Anchorage Daily News | Anchorage, Mat-Su Valley, Kenai Peninsula.
Started in 1970 as a strident little weekly that editorialized on all its pages. It was purchased by Dick Morgan, Max Swearingen and Pat O'Connell in 1970. In its early years it was printed in a building one former editor described as a "cubicle" in Old Town Kenai next door to one of that area's bars. <br> The paper continued to grow, eventually moving to its present location on Trading Bay Drive and converting in 1978 from a weekly to a Monday through Friday publication. A major change ocurred in 1990 when the paper was sold to Georgia-based newspaper chain, Morris Communications. <br> In the years since then the paper has changed from tabloid format to broad sheet and in 1997 started publishing a Sunday edition. The Clarion started producing its web site edition in April 2000.
Alaska's Oldest Newspaper. Photo gallery, classifieds, calendar and more.
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The roots of the Idaho Press-Tribune go back to December 1883 in Caldwell - with the first paper coming off the press just months after Caldwell was established as a city. Nampa city was established in 1885. The newspapers and their competitors underwent several name changes in both towns. Ownership changed often, too. <br> The early versions of the papers were often informational instruments for political parties and movements. And for you trivia buffs, Idaho Gov. Frank Steunenberg, who was murdered at his home, was one of the first editors and publishers of the Caldwell Tribune.
"It is all about you". News, Business, Science, Health, Entertainment, Sports, Blogs and more.
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Since the first edition of the Statesman Journal's predecessors rolled off the press more than 150 years ago, our mission has remained the same: to be the mid-Willamette Valley's primary source for local news and advertising information. <br> The Statesman Journal is the largest news-gathering organization in the mid-Willamette Valley, focused solely on keeping readers informed about the events and people in their communities. Plus, our local news Web site keeps you informed on breaking news as it happens, 24 hours a day.
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As the state's largest newspaper, The Arizona Republic offers its readers a strong focus on local news, along with national and international news. Debuting May 19, 1890, as The Arizona Republican, the newspaper was created as a sounding board to challenge the biased political beliefs of the established Arizona newspapers.
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The State Press has consistently been rated among the best college newspapers in the country. In 2004, 2005 and 2006, the Columbia Scholastic Press Association named The State Press a Gold Crown and Silver Crown winner, respectively — the highest awards given to college newspapers. The State Press also was honored in 2005 with the Payne Award for Ethics in Journalism, a prestigious national award given to one college paper each year for its commitment to ethics. Student journalists working for The State Press consistently place in the prestigious Hearst awards for college journalism students and sweep the Society of Professional Journalism regional awards.
A daily newspaper published in Los Angeles, California, since 1881. In 2008, it was the second-largest metropolitan newspaper in circulation in the United States and the fourth most widely distributed newspaper in the country. Source: en.wikipedia.org
"The Conservative Voice of Today's University Campus"
The first issue of the San Diego Reader came out on October 4, 1972. The 12-page black-and-white tabloid was laid out on the dining room table of a 1-bedroom apartment on Mission Boulevard in Mission Beach, and 20,000 copies were printed at Western Offset on State and Market streets.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal is Nevada's largest newspaper.
The RGJ is Northern Nevada's leading source for local news and information. The RGJ's extensive family of print and digital media provides engaging, relevant and timely news and information for the communities they serve. The Reno Gazette-Journal is a member of the Gannett family of print, broadcast and digital media, which includes USA Today.
Managing Editor - Jeffry Mullins.
Three years after Brigham Young led Mormon pioneers to the Salt Lake Valley in 1847, the first issue of the Deseret News was pulled off a small hand-cranked press. This eight-page newspaper was the first published in what was then called the territory of Deseret. <br> Although the state of Utah has long-since replaced the old territory, the Deseret News retained its original name. In 2003 the paper switched to morning delivery and today the Deseret News is published daily as Utah's oldest — but most modern — newspaper. <br> Over the years, the Deseret News has earned hundreds of awards for writing, reporting, design and community service, including the Pulitzer Prize.
The Emery County Progress began publishing in 1900 in Castle Dale, the county seat. In 1957 it merged with the Green River Leader to become the Emery County Progress-Leader. In 1977 the name was changed back to the Emery County Progress. Today, the Emery County Progress is a weekly newspaper, published every Tuesday. <br> Located in Castle Dale, Utah, the Emery County Progress serves the entire Emery County area. The Sun Advocate, the Emery County Progress's sister paper, serves neighboring Carbon County residents.
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Kansas.com is the Web site of The Wichita Eagle, the largest newspaper in Kansas, serving Wichita, the largest city in Kansas, and the surrounding area. <br> Today, Kansas.com reaches, on average, about 800,000 unique visitors who view more than 9 million pages on the site each month. That makes it the leading local information Web site in Kansas, and the preferred medium for businesses trying to reach local consumers online. Combined, The Wichita Eagle and Kansas.com reach eight out of 10 Wichita-area adults every week.
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Published on Mondays by students of the University of Missouri-Kansas City. 4,000 free copies are distributed to the University, Plaza, Westport, Brookside, Midtown and Downtown areas. The University News has served the UMKC community since 1933.
Founded in 1977 as St. Louis's alternative newsweekly. Since then, we've cultivated an audited weekly circulation of 100,000. Because of the pass-along nature of the RFT, our weekly reach is more than a quarter of a million readers. <br> The Riverfront Times focuses on the issues that are important to St. Louis's young adults. Each week, hundreds of thousands of readers turn to the RFT for award-winning journalism, powerful investigative reporting, news and commentary on local politics, and the most comprehensive arts and entertainment coverage in the St. Louis area.
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The first issue of the Tulsa Daily World appeared on the afternoon of Sept. 14, 1905. The banner across the top of the front page declared: “Tulsa, Chosen Home of Prosperity and Opportunity, is a Busy City in a Busy Universe.” The paper cost 5 cents per copy.
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Courier News serves Middlesex, Somerset, Hunterdon and Union counties in Central New Jersey. The newspaper posts much, but not all, of its staff-written print content online daily at www.MyCentralJersey.com. The Courier News is owned by Gannett, and is a sister newspaper of USA Today.
Centraljersey.com is the new media division of THE PRINCETON PACKET, INC., which includes a group of 11 community newspapers, based in Princeton, N.J., serving Central New Jersey. Centraljersey.com (formelly called packetonline.com) was founded in 1995 and was launched on March 12, 1996. Packet Publications serve more than 40 municipalities in New Jersey counties - Mercer, Middlesex, Somerset, Hunterdon, Monmouth, Burlington and Ocean County.
The award-winning Jewish Community Voice is the newspaper of record for Camden, Burlington, and Gloucester counties in Southern New Jersey. Since its first issue on Sept. 19, 1941, the Voice has featured the best in local, national, and international news coverage. Today, Jewish Federation Publications (JFP) produces the Voice, a biweekly paper; Attitudes, a lifestyle magazine published twice a year; and Connect, an annual guide to the Jewish Federation agencies, synagogues and organizations serving the Jewish community
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A weekly newspaper serving Cape May, West Cape May, Cape May Point and Lower Township, New Jersey.