"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."
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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.
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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.
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. <br> 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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Sun News has 11 weekly newspapers serving 47 Greater Cleveland area communities in Cuyahoga, Lorain, Medina, and Geauga counties. You can read the latest news, sports, entertainment, and classifieds from your community.
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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.
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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.
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The Flint Journal has had only three publishers in 125 years. . No, they didn’t average more than 41 years apiece in the job; the job didn’t exist until 1978, more than a century after the newspaper was founded. <br> So who ran the operation before 1978? It was a team effort: an editor on the news content side and a manager on the business and financial side. In the early years, the manager was most likely also the owner.
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The Courier-Journal has been part of the fabric of Louisville life since 1868. Every day, nearly half a million adults throughout Kentucky and Southern Indiana read The Courier-Journal, and more than 617,000 read the Sunday Courier-Journal. Since 1987, The Courier-Journal has been part of Gannett Co., Inc., a Fortune 500 company that publishes 103 daily newspapers worldwide, including USA Today.