LaGrange Daily News

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LaGrange Daily News
TypeNewspaper
Owner(s)Boone Newspapers Inc
PublisherDaniel Evans
EditorDaniel Evans
Sports editorKevin Eckleberry
Staff writersDustin Duncan and Jenna Oden
Founded1843
LanguageEnglish
Website http://www.lagrangenews.com/

The LaGrange Daily News has been serving LaGrange and the residents of Troup County, Georgia and surrounding areas since 1843 when it was launched as a weekly newspaper called the LaGrange Herald. [1] The name was changed later to the Chattahoochee [2] and in the 1860s, The LaGrange Reporter. [3] After a merger of the LaGrange Reporter, LaGrange Graphic and LaGrange Shuttle in 1928, the combined publications became the LaGrange Daily News. [4]

LaGrange Daily News is a newspaper owned by Boone Newspapers, Inc. which owns community newspapers throughout the Southeast, Texas, Minnesota, Kentucky, Ohio and Michigan. [5] Boone acquired the paper from Civitas Media in 2016. [6]

It is printed five times a week (Tuesday through Saturday).

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References

  1. National Endowment for the Humanities. "La Grange Herald [volume]" . Retrieved 2019-08-21.
  2. "The La Grange reporter. (La Grange, Ga.) 184?-193? « Georgia Historic Newspapers". gahistoricnewspapers.galileo.usg.edu. Retrieved 2019-08-21.
  3. National Endowment for the Humanities. "The La Grange Reporter [volume]" . Retrieved 2019-08-21.
  4. "About Us | LaGrange Daily News". www.lagrangenews.com. Retrieved 2016-12-10.
  5. "Publications | Boone Newspapers, Inc". www.boonenewspapers.com. Retrieved 2016-12-10.
  6. "LaGrange Daily News acquired by Boone Newspapers, Inc. | LaGrange Daily News" . Retrieved 2017-11-13.