Below are the newspapers that have been published in the vicinity of Charleston.
Our newspaper information for Charleston is based on data taken from the Chronicling America website. For more information, please see our description of the Chronicling America website.
The following list contains the names of 12 papers that were published in the immediate area of Charleston. In addition, the list contains another 44 papers that were published in the broader area that surrounded Charleston. In total, we've identified 56 papers within 26 miles [41.8 km]<1> of Charleston.
Newspapers Published In Charleston ...
We know of 12 newspapers that have been published in the immediate area of Charleston:
- The Charleston News (from 1885)
- The Charleston Sun-Sentinel (from 1980)
- The Democratic-Herald (from 1892)
- The Mississippi Sun And The Sumner Sentinel (from 1973)
- Continue List (8 more) ...
- The Mississippi Sun (from 1920)
- The Sun-Sentinel (from 1974)
- The Tallahatchian (from 1862)
- The Tallahatchian (from 1903)
- The Tallahatchie Herald (from 1905)
- The Tallahatchie Messenger (from 1889)
- The Tallahatchie News (from 1856)
- The Tallahatchie News (from 1889)
Newspapers Neighboring Charleston ...
The following newspapers were published within 26 miles [41.8 km]<1> of Charleston.
The papers have been grouped by the community in which they were published, with the communities listed in order of their distance from Charleston.
- Published In Sumner [Tallahatchie County] ...
- The Sumner Sentinel (from 19??)
- Published In Coffeeville [Yalobusha County] ...
- The Coffeeville Courier (from 1891)
- The Coffeeville Times (from 1872)
- The Southern Appeal (from 1851)
- Published In Grenada [Grenada County] ...
- Grenada Republican (from 1874)
- Harry Of The West (from 1844)
- The Bowie Knife (from 1839)
- The Daily Sentinel-Star (from 1946)
- The Daily Star (from 19??)
- The Grenada County Weekly (from 1937)
- The Grenada Daily Star (from 19??)
- The Grenada Gazette (from 1885)
- The Grenada Republican (from 1849)
- The Grenada Sentinel (from 1871)
- The Grenadian (from 1838)
- The Grenadian (from 1895)
- The Herald (from 1842)
- The Morning Herald (from 1843)
- The New South (from 18??)
- The Southern Rural Gentleman (from 186?)
- The Weekly Register (from 1842)
- Published In Marks [Quitman County] ...
- Marks Advertiser (from 19??)
- Quitman County Democrat (from 1927)
- The Marks Review (from 1905)
- Continue List (3 more) ...
- Published In Batesville [Panola County] ...
- Batesville Blade (from 1876)
- Panola County Democrat (from 1910)
- Panola County Democrat (from 1915)
- Panola Democrat (from 1911)
- The Panola Star (from 1907)
- The Panolian (from 1903)
- The Panolian (from 1914)
- The Weekly Panolian (from 1882)
- The Weekly Panolian (from 1905)
- Published In Belen [Quitman County] ...
- The Quitman Quill (from 1894)
- Published In Water Valley [Yalobusha County] ...
- The City Itemizer (from 1894)
- The Free Churchman (from 1886)
- The Mississippi Central (from 1870)
- The North Mississippi Herald (from 1888)
- The North Mississippi Herald (from 1929)
- The Progress-Itemizer (from 1918)
- The Southern Eagle (from 18??)
- The Water Valley Courier (from 1867)
- Water Valley Progress (from 1882)
- Yalobusha Democrat (from 1930)
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|<1>||Our distances are not driving distances, but are calculated as a '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- Charleston) to Point B.|
If you need the driving distance, we recommend that you use one of the Mapping Services listed on our Map Page for Charleston. Since we usually use Google Maps, we've provided the following link: Google Map and Driving Directions starting from Charleston
Our distance measurements begin at a specific point in Charleston. The point we use is located at these GPS coordinates - Latitude: 34.0074, Longitude: -90.0554 In this case, the coordinates for Charleston have been provided by the Geographic Names Information System (GNIS).