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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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Sun Newspapers publishes 42 weekly newspapers reaching over 420,000 homes in the suburbs of Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota.
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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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.