Below are the newspapers that have been published in the vicinity of Umber.
Our newspaper information for Umber 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 Umber. That said, we do have a list of papers that were published in the broader area surrounding Umber. Our list contains 57 papers that were published within 24 miles [38.6 km]<1> of Umber.
Newspapers Neighboring Umber ...
The following newspapers were published within 24 miles [38.6 km] of Umber.
The papers have been grouped by the community in which they were published, with the communities listed in order of their distance from Umber.
- Published In Stockton [Cedar County] ...
- Cedar County Republican And Stockton Journal (from 1942)
- Cedar County Republican (from 1886)
- South-West Tribune (from 1866)
- Stockton Journal (from 1869)
- Stockton Tribune (from 1871)
- Published In Fair Play [Polk County] ...
- The Advocate (from 1893)
- The Fair Play Advocate (from 1919)
- The Fair Play Advocate (from 1965)
- Published In Jerico Springs [Cedar County] ...
- The Jerico Springs Optic (from 1888)
- Published In Filley [Cedar County] ...
- The Cedar County Breeze (from 1899)
- Continue List (11 more) ...
- Published In Greenfield [Dade County] ...
- Country Crier (from 1985)
- Dade County Advocate (from 1874)
- Greenfield Advertiser (from 1954)
- Greenfield Southwester (from 1857)
- In Missouri: A Little Paper About a Big State (from 1899)
- Ozark Advance (from 1884)
- The Dade County Times (from 1872)
- The Greenfield Vedette And The Dade County Advocate (from 1951)
- The Greenfield Vidette (from 1866)
- The Newspaper (from 1983)
- The Vedette (from 1981)
- Published In Humansville [Polk County] ...
- Humansville Star-Leader (from 1887)
- Published In Bolivar [Polk County] ...
- Bolivar Herald-Free Press (from 1967)
- Bolivar Weekly Courier (from 1856)
- Bolivar Weekly Herald (from 1871)
- Bolivar Weekly Sentinel (from 1865)
- The Bolivar Free Press (from 1868)
- The Bolivar Herald (from 18??)
- The Polk County News (from 1914)
- Weekly Bolivar Pilot (from 1859)
- Published In Walnut Grove [Greene County] ...
- The Walnut Grove Tribune (from 1903)
- Published In Everton [Dade County] ...
- Dade County Journal (from 1892)
- Published In Lockwood [Dade County] ...
- Dade County Reflex (from 1938)
- Lockwood Leader (from 1882)
- Lockwood Liberty Star (from 1989)
- Lockwood Luminary Golden City Herald (from 1973)
- Lockwood Luminary (from 1901)
- The Lockwood Missourian (from 1901)
- The Lockwood Sentinel (from 1894)
- The Lockwood Times (from 18??)
- The Times (from 1888)
- Published In Morrisville [Polk County] ...
- Morrisville Journal (from 1910)
- Published In Weaubleau [Hickory County] ...
- The Weaubleau Standard (from 1898)
- Published In El Dorado Springs [Cedar County] ...
- Cedar County Enterprise (from 1895)
- The El Dorado Democrat (from 1881)
- The El Dorado Free Press (from 1896)
- The El Dorado Springs News (from 1897)
- The El Dorado Springs Sun (from 1895)
- The Star (from 1981)
- Years of publication: 1981 to current
- Locate a copy thru WorldCat: OCLC 26180719
- Locate a copy thru the Library of Congress:
- Catalog Card for The Star
- Holdings for: LCCN SN92058895
- Uncle Sam (from 1881)
- Published In Ash Grove [Greene County] ...
- Ash Grove Advance (from 1897)
- The Commonwealth (from 188?)
- Published In Golden City [Barton County] ...
- Golden City Free Press (from 1899)
- Golden City Herald (from 1881)
- Golden City Register (from 1905)
- The Free Press (from 1892)
- The Golden City Echo (from 1919)
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|<1>||Our distances are not driving distances, but are calculated as a 'straight-line' distance. A straight line distance ignores obstructions like rivers, canyons, lakes, et cetera - it's truly a line drawn from Point A (ie- Umber) to Point B.|
Our distance measurements begin at a specific point in Umber. The point we use is located at these GPS coordinates - Latitude: 37.6248, Longitude: -93.7555 In this case, the coordinates for Umber have been provided by the Geographic Names Information System (GNIS).