|Founded||1793 (as the Centinel of the Northwest Territory)|
|Headquarters||50 W. Main St.
Chillicothe, OH 45601
The Chillicothe Gazette, Ohio's oldest newspaper, published daily at Chillicothe, Ohio, the seat of Ross County, Ohio, by the Gannett Company. The paper was founded as a weekly at Cincinnati, Ohio, then the capital of the Northwest Territory, November 9, 1793 as the Centinel of the Northwest Territory. It decamped to Chillicothe when the territorial government moved to that city circa 1800. The paper was owned until the 1990s by Gannett, who sold it to a group who in turn sold to The Thomson Corporation. When Thomson exited the newspaper business in the late 1990s, Gannett bought it back.
- "About Gannett: Chillicothe Gazette". Gannett Co., Inc. Retrieved 2007-03-01.
- Hunter, David (Oct 1, 2003). Shifra Stein's Day Trips from Cincinnati: Getaways Less Than Two Hours Away. Globe Pequot. p. 123. Retrieved 2013-04-25.
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