Nebraska Newspapers

Beatrice Daily Sun

Newspaper published in Beatrice, Nebraska

Columbus Telegram

The Columbus Telegram is a newspaper owned by Lee Enterprises and published in Columbus, in the east-central part of the state of Nebraska in the Midwestern United States. It is delivered on Tuesday through Friday afternoon and on Saturday morning.

Fremont Tribune

The Tribune was founded on July 24, 1868 by J.N. Hayes. It was purchased in 1966 by Speidel Newspapers; Gannett Co. acquired the paper in 1977 through its merger with Speidel. Gannett sold the Tribune in 1989 to Hometown Communications of Little Rock, Arkansas. The paper was later acquired by Independent Media Group; Lee Enterprises bought the Tribune from IMG in 2000

Grand Island Independent

The Grand Island Independent is a newspaper published in Grand Island, Nebraska.The Independent is published seven days a week but does not produce a newspaper on New Years Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas Day. Its daily circulation is 20,500 in eleven counties of central Nebraska.

Kearney Hub

The Kearney Hub is a daily newspaper published in Kearney, Nebraska, United States, and is the primary newspaper for south-central region of Nebraska surrounding the city, including Buffalo County, Nebraska and the Kearney Micropolitan Statistical Area.

Lincoln Journal Star

The Lincoln Journal Star is a daily newspaper in the midwestern United States that serves Lincoln, Nebraska, the state capital and home of the University of Nebraska. It is the most widely read newspaper in Lincoln and has the second-largest circulation in Nebraska (after the Omaha World-Herald). The paper also operates a commercial printing unit.

North Platte Telegraph

The North Platte Tribune – North Platte (1890–1894)

Omaha World-Herald

The Omaha World-Herald, based in Omaha, Nebraska, is the primary daily newspaper of Nebraska, as well as portions of southwest Iowa. For decades it circulated daily throughout Nebraska, and in parts of Kansas, South Dakota, Missouri, Colorado and Wyoming. In 2008, distribution was reduced to the eastern third of Nebraska and western Iowa. The World-Herald was the largest employee-owned newspaper in the United States. It is the only remaining major metropolitan newspaper in the United States to publish both morning and afternoon editions. The newspaper publishes four daily editions, with three morning editions and one afternoon edition. The World-Herald had for many years been the newspaper with the highest penetration in the United States. The paper’s average circulation is 184, 150 daily and 222,469 on Sundays. The World-Herald has won three Pulitzer Prizes, including the esteemed Pulitzer Prize for Public Service, awarded in 1943.

Scottsbluff Star-Herald

The Star-Herald, or the Scottsbluff Star-Herald, is a newspaper serving the city of Scottsbluff and surrounding areas in Nebraska, United States

York News-Times

The York News-Times is a daily newspaper published in York, Nebraska. It is the newspaper of record for York County and surrounding counties in the Rainwater Basin region. Part of Berkshire Hathaway 's BH Media Group.