Post-Bulletin

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Post-Bulletin
Post-Bulletin logo.svg
Type Daily newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Owner(s) Small Newspaper Group
Publisher Randy Chapman
Managing editors Jay Furst
Sports editor Craig Swalboski
Photo editor Germaine Neumann
Headquarters 18 First Ave. S.E.
Rochester, Minnesota
Circulation 37,000 daily
41,000 weekend[1]
OCLC number 22368050
Official website www.postbulletin.com
Post-Bulletin building

The Post-Bulletin is a daily newspaper based in Rochester, Minnesota. Published Monday through Saturday each week, it is the largest afternoon newspaper in the state. The Post-Bulletin also offers an exact replica of the print edition online to subscribers.

Originally there were two separate publications, the Post and the Bulletin. The Post-Bulletin's foundation marked the combination of these two in 1925. The Withers family ran the paper from 1925 until Bill Boyne took over in 1979. As of 2013, the Post-Bulletin employs 150 people.[2]

The Post-Bulletin is owned by the Small Newspaper Group, which also owns three other news providers in the Midwest: The Dispatch, Quad Cities in Illinois, The Daily Journal, Kankakee, Ill. and The Times, in Ottawa, Ill. The four newspapers have an active online presence on their respective websites. View daily news, weather, Rochester and surrounding community information and events at www.postbulletin.com.

The Post-Bulletin publishes a monthly magazine, Rochester Magazine, which awards "Best (fill in the blank) of Rochester" plaques to local businesses, Agri-News, the largest weekly agricultural news source in the Midwest and a wide variety of weekly/monthly special sections, most recently Radish magazine (healthy living from the ground up) and PB507 weekly arts, entertainment ad community happenings.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "About Us". Post-Bulletin. Retrieved June 14, 2014. 
  2. ^ "Post-Bulletin Co., LLC - Outstanding Chamber Member". Chamber Advantage. Rochester Chamber of Commerce. October 2005. p. 2. Archived from the original on April 14, 2006. Retrieved June 14, 2014. 

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