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Sedalia Democrat

Sedalia Democrat
Type Daily newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Owner Ohio Community Media
Publisher Lynn Kidd
Editor Dennis Rich
Founded 1868 (1868), as Democratic Press[1]
Headquarters 700 South Massachusetts Avenue,
Sedalia, Missouri 65302, United States
Circulation 10,949 daily
9,310 Sundays[2]
ISSN 1061-1762
Official website sedaliademocrat.com

The Sedalia Democrat is an American daily newspaper published in Sedalia, Missouri. It is owned by Ohio Community Media, a subsidiary of Versa Capital Management.

The Democrat was founded in 1868 as a weekly newspaper,[1] and began its daily edition, originally called the Daily Democrat, December 19, 1871.[3]

In 1995 it became part of the Freedom Communications chain; it was sold in May 2012 to Ohio Community Media. The Democrat is one of three daily newspapers that Ohio Community Media owns outside the state of Ohio. The other two are the Journal-Courier and The Telegraph in Illinois. These three newspapers, along with The Lima News in Ohio, constituted Freedom's Central Division.[4]

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External links

  • Official web site
  • Official mobile site
  • Ohio Community Media


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