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Idaho State Journal

Idaho State Journal
Type Daily newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Owner(s) Pioneer News Group
Publisher Andy Pennington
Editor Ian Fennell
Founded 1890
(as Pocatello Tribune)
Language English
Headquarters 305 South Arthur Avenue, PO Box 431
Pocatello, ID 83204
United States
Circulation 17,116 (daily), 19509(Sunday)
Website .com.journalnetwww

The Idaho State Journal is a U.S. daily newspaper serving the Pocatello, Idaho, area. The paper has a circulation of 17,116 daily, 17,825 Sunday.[1] It is owned by the Seattle-based Pioneer News Group.

The Idaho State Journal began publication in 1890 as the Pocatello Tribune.[2]

External links and references

  • Idaho State Journal official site
  • Pioneer Newspapers

Notes

  1. ^ Advertiser Newspaper Fact Sheet Accessed April 13, 2007
  2. ^ Journal's story spans century Accessed April 13, 2007


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