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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.
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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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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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.
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.
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.
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.
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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.
The Sioux Falls Argus and Sioux Falls Leader were born in the boom days of the 1880s, when Sioux Falls was young and saloons outnumbered churches 32 to 14, and the city's 20 gambling establishments served 10,000 citizens. These were the years when a newspaper was a civic booster, and had no trouble labeling those who disagreed kickers and croakers.
"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."