Below are the newspapers that have been published in the vicinity of Mines.
Our newspaper information for Mines is based on data taken from the Chronicling America website. For more information, please see our description of the
Chronicling America website.
We don't know of any newspapers that were published in the immediate area of Mines. That said, we do have a list of papers that were published in the broader area surrounding Mines. Our list contains 116 papers that were published within 30 miles [48.3 km]
of Mines. <1> Newspapers Neighboring Mines ...
The following newspapers were published within 30 miles [48.3 km] of Mines.
The papers have been grouped by the community in which they were published, with the communities listed in order of their distance from Mines.
Published In Greencastle [Sullivan County] ...
Green Castle Journal (from 1904)
Greencastle Clipper (from 1899)
Published In Novinger [Adair County] ...
Adair County Herald (from 1933)
Novinger Herald (from 1914)
Novinger Record (from 1904)
The Novinger Free Press (from 1912)
Published In Green City [Sullivan County] ...
Green City Press (from 1891)
The Green City Journal (from 1890)
The Green City Press (from 1899)
Published In Kirksville [Adair County] ...
Adair County Farmer (from 1890)
Evening Express (from 1901)
Evening Journal (from 1891)
Kirksville Daily Express And Kirksville Daily News (from 1923)
Kirksville Daily Express (from 1911)
Kirksville Daily News (from 19??)
Kirksville Democrat (from 1870)
Kirksville Journal (from 1865)
Kirksville Journal (from 1879)
Kirksville Weekly Journal (from 187?)
Saturday Mail (from 1891)
The Daily Express (from 1906)
The Kirksville Daily Journal (from 1926)
The Kirksville Graphic (from 1949)
The Kirksville Herald (from 1869)
The Kirksville Journal-News (from 1925)
The Kirksville Morning News (from 1913)
The Kirksville Patriot (from 1864)
The North Missouri Tribune (from 1870)
The Tattler (from 1875)
Weekly Graphic (from 1880)
Weekly Journal (from 187?)
Continue List (23 more) ...
Published In Greentop [Schuyler County] ...
The Greentop Reporter (from 1926)
Published In Milan [Sullivan County] ...
Milan Weekly Acorn (from 1872)
North Missouri Herald (from 1867)
Sullivan Standard (from 1877)
Sullivan Weekly Standard (from 1871)
The Milan Republican (from 1875)
The Milan Standard (from 1888)
Weekly North Missouri Herald (from 1869)
Published In Pollock [Sullivan County] ...
The Pollock Missourian (from 1911)
Published In Queen City [Schuyler County] ...
Queen City Herald (from 187?)
Queen City Leader (from 1896)
Queen City Monitor-Leader (from 1925)
Queen City Transcript (from 1887)
The Leader-Transcript (from 1917)
Published In Elmer [Macon County] ...
Elmer Journal (from 1906)
The Elmer Journal (from 1922)
Published In Livonia [Putnam County] ...
Livonia Beacon (from 1910)
Published In Unionville [Putnam County] ...
Democrat-investigator (from 1888)
Evening Tribune (from 1897)
Putnam County Journal (from 1905)
Putnam County Leader (from 1889)
Putnam County Ledger (from 1873)
The Evening News (from 1897)
The Investigator (from 1886)
The New Century (from 1876)
The Progress (from 1891)
The Putnam Democrat (from 1892)
The Putnam Journal News (from 1904)
The Putnam Journal (from 1897)
The Unionville Republican And Putnam County Journal (from 1926)
Unionville Daily Pantagraph (from 1898)
Unionville Democrat (from 1889)
Unionville Democrat (from 1886)
Unionville Pantagraph (from 1897)
Unionville Pantagraph (from 1897)
Unionville Republican (from 1873)
Unionville Weekly Argus (from 1858)
Unionville Weekly Republican (from 1865)
Published In La Plata [Macon County] ...
La Plata Home Press (from 1876)
La Plata Home Press (from 1889)
La Plata Republican (from 1892)
Macon County Home Press (from 1979)
The Home Press (from 1983)
The Home Press (from 1880)
Published In Browning [Linn County] ...
The Browning Leader-Record (from 1906)
The Browning Voice (from 1883)
The Leader-Record (from 1896)
Published In Ethel [Macon County] ...
The Ethel Leader (from 1900)
Published In Brashear [Adair County] ...
The Brashear News (from 1885)
The Brashear News (from 1926)
Published In Glenwood [Schuyler County] ...
Glenwood Criterion (from 1870)
The Glenwood Phonograph
The National Issue (from 1879)
Weekly Phonograph (from 1894)
Published In Purdin [Linn County] ...
Published In Lancaster [Schuyler County] ...
Lancaster Excelsior (from 1866)
Lancaster Excelsior (from 1969)
Schuyler County Republican (from 1903)
The first year of publication is unknown, with the last issue in 1909
Locate a copy thru WorldCat:
OCLC 22416207 Locate a copy thru the Library of Congress:
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The Excelsior Holdings for:
The Excelsior (from 1989)
The Lancaster Excelsior And Schuyler County Republican (from 1934)
The Lancaster Excelsior (from 1909)
The Lancaster Republican (from 1887)
The Republican (from 1900)
The Schuyler County Avalanche (from 1899)
Published In Atlanta [Macon County] ...
Atlanta News (from 1896)
The Atlanta Express (from 1908)
The Atlanta Radio (from 1924)
Published In Humphreys [Sullivan County] ...
Humphreys Blade (from 1890)
The Humphreys Star (from 1916)
Published In Hurdland [Knox County] ...
The Knox County News (from 1926)
The Weekly News (from 1889)
Published In Bucklin [Linn County] ...
The Bucklin Herald (from 1886)
Published In Downing [Schuyler County] ...
The Downing News (from 1892)
Published In Galt [Grundy County] ...
The Galt Herald (from 1887)
Published In Linneus [Linn County] ...
Linneus Bulletin (from 1878)
Linneus Weekly Bulletin (from 1871)
The Bulletin (from 1892)
The Linn County Centennial (from 1876)
The Linneus Missourian (from 1865)
Published In Lucerne [Putnam County] ...
The Lucerne Standard (from 1888)
Published In New Cambria [Macon County] ...
New Cambria Leader (from 1913)
New Cambria Press (from 188?)
The Independent (from 1894)
The New Cambria Enterprise (from 1874) Other Roadside Stops ...
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<1> Our distances are not driving distances, but are calculated as a 'straight-line' (or point-to-point) distance. A straight line distance ignores things like rivers, canyons, lakes, et cetera - it's truly a line drawn from Point A (ie- Mines) to Point B. Our distance measurements begin at a specific point in Mines. The point we use is located at these GPS coordinates - Latitude: 40.2125, Longitude: -92.8135 In this case, the coordinates for Mines have been provided by the Geographic Names Information System (GNIS).
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