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Although there are still some very old newspapers still in circulation in North Carolina, the first-ever newspaper in the state was the North Carolina Gazette, which originally published from 1751 to 1759.Updated February 2020 1. The Charlotte Observer Published by...read more
The first newspaper in North Dakota was started by two American Civil War soldiers stationed at Fort Union, entitled the Frontier Scout, during the height of the Civil War in 1864. It was discontinued in 1865.Updated February 2020 1. The Forum Also known as “The...read more
The first newspaper in Ohio’s history, the Scioto Gazette, appeared in 1801 (two years before Ohio gained U.S. statehood) and ceased publication just two years later.Updated February 2020 1. The Columbus Dispatch Founded in 1871 as The Daily Dispatch, the Columbus...read more
The first newspaper to ever appear in Tennessee, the Knoxville Gazette, started up in 1791 and ceased publishing by 1818.Updated February 2020 1. The Commercial Appeal Also known as the “Memphis Commercial Appeal”, the Commercial Appeal is published by Gannett and...read more
Most of Texas’s original newspapers didn’t survive past the Texas Revolution against Mexico in the 1830s, with nine publishers distributing newspapers between 1819 and 1836. By the time Texas had achieved U.S. statehood in the 1840s, however, the number of newspapers...read more
The first newspaper ever published in Utah, the Deseret News, appeared in June 1850. According to local historians it only operated for a year before suspending operations due to lack of paper – but it was back in business several months later, and is still published...read more
Like most eastern U.S. states, Virginia’s history with newspapers goes back literally centuries: its oldest daily newspaper, the News-Gazette (Lexington), a weekly, was founded in 1801. Updated November 2019 1. Richmond Times-Dispatch Also known as the RTD or TD, the...read more
Just a few years ago, this list of top Washington state daily newspapers would have had another noteworthy name on it – the Seattle Post Intelligencer, which was founded in 1863 and was the state’s second-largest daily by circulation. The newspaper ceased its print...read more
West Virginia’s first-ever newspaper appeared in 1790, with the founding of the Potowmac Guardian & Berkeley Advertiser in Shepherdstown.Updated February 2020 1. Charleston Gazette-Mail Founded in 1873 as a weekly known as the Kanawha Chronicle, it became The...read more
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