Martins Ferry Times Leader

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Martins Ferry Times Leader
TypeDaily newspaper
Owner(s) Ogden Newspapers
PublisherLori Figurski
EditorRobert Kapral
Headquarters200 S Fourth St, Martins Ferry Ohio 43935
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Martins Ferry Times Leader (also known as The Times Leader) is the daily newspaper serving Martins Ferry, Ohio. The Times Leader is published each afternoon, Saturday, and Sunday mornings.

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