Garden City Telegram

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The Garden City Telegram
TypeDaily newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Owner(s) Gannett
PublisherSteve Wade
Headquarters310 N. 7th Street
Garden City, Kansas 67846
United States

The Garden City Telegram is a local newspaper for Garden City, Kansas, published six days a week, [1] with a circulation of nearly 8,000. [2]


The Telegram was purchased by Hutchinson, Kansas-based Harris Enterprises in 1953. [3] In November 2016, GateHouse Media purchased the Telegram and the five other Harris newspapers. [4]

The Garden City Telegram newspaper office (2010) Garden City Telegram newspaper IMG 5948.JPG
The Garden City Telegram newspaper office (2010)

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  4. "GateHouse to acquire Kansas-based Harris newspapers". Topeka Capital-Journal . 14 November 2016. Retrieved 26 November 2017.