North America Newspapers

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Zion-Benton News / Bargaineer, United States
  2719 Elisha Ave. - Zion, IL              
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.
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.
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Arizona Republic, The, United States
  200 East Van Buren Street - Phoenix, AZ              
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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Springfield News-Leader, United States
   - Springfield, MO              
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New York Observer, The, United States
  915 Broadway, 9th Floor - New York, NY              
The New York Observer is a weekly newspaper first published in New York City on September 22, 1987, by Arthur L. Carter, a very successful former investment banker with publishing interests. The Observer focuses on the city's culture, real estate, the media, politics and the entertainment and publishing industries.
The New York Observer asserts to advertisers that it delivers Manhattan’s most affluent, educated and influential consumers, with the average net worth of its readership exceeding $1.7 million and 96% of readers being college graduates. It has a paid circulation of 51,000. The Observer operates several blogs: The Politicker, the Daily Transom, the Media Mob, and the Real Estate. Source
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Queens Tribune, United States
  174-15 Horace Harding Expwy - New York, NY              
The Queens Tribune is a free weekly newspaper founded as the monthly Flushing Tribune in February 1970 by Gary Ackerman. It is based in Fresh Meadows. The Tribune is a member of the New York Press Association.
Every month, the newspaper issues a special edition that focuses on a given topic. Recurring examples include the Best of Queens, Arts & Culture, Blue Book, Gay Pride, and Community Characters editions. Source
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Daily Telegram, United States
   - Adrian, MI              
The Daily Telegram is Lenawee County's only daily newspaper. Based in the county seat of Adrian, Michigan, we cover the communities of Adrian, Tecumseh, Blissfield, Clinton, Addison, Deerfield, Hudson, Morenci, Onsted, Brooklyn and all points in between.
The newspaper dates back to Dec. 3, 1892, when M.W. Redfield and Elmer E. Putnam published the first issue of the Adrian Daily Telegram. The editors pledged that although "foreign matters will be laid before the people each evening," they would make sure that "particular attention will be given to events of a local nature." That emphasis continues to this day.
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Courier-News, United States
  92 East Main St Ste 202 - Somerville, NJ              
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.
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Washington City Paper, United States
   - Washington, DC              
The Washington City Paper is a U.S. alternative weekly newspaper serving the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area.
Founded in 1981, and published for its first year under the masthead 1981, taking the City Paper name in volume 2, by Russ Smith, it shared ownership with the Chicago Reader from 1982 until July 2007, when both papers were sold to the Tampa-based Creative Loafing chain. The former Chicago Reader Corp., now named Quarterfold, still owns the buildings that house the papers and minority stakes in other alternative newsweeklies. Source
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El Diario
   - Mexico, MX              
El 17 de febrero de 1976 se editó el primer ejemplar de El Diario en Ciudad Juárez. Bajo la dirección de Osvaldo Rodríguez Borunda, El Diario se ha convertido en el periódico de mayor circulación en el estado de Chihuahua y el cuarto más importante en México.
En el año XXXI de su existencia, la cadena periodística que tiene su base en Ciudad Juárez, mantiene oficinas y publicaciones en: Chihuahua capital, Nuevo Casas Grandes, Delicias y El Paso, Texas.
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Tricity News, Canada
   - Coquitlam, CA              
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Chronicle-Journal, Canada
   - Thunder Bay, CA              
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El Diario de Chihuahua, Mexico
   - Chihuahua,               
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Público, Mexico
   - Guadalajara,               
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CNI Noticias, Mexico
   - New Mexico,               
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Yukon News, Canada
  211 Wood Street - Whitehorse - Yukon, CA              
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Sermitsiaq
   - Greenland,               
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The Recorder & Times, Canada
   - Brockville, CA