The Salina Journal

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The Salina Journal
Salina Journal circulation area.svg
The circulation area of The Salina Journal.
Type Daily newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Owner(s) Harris Enterprises
Publisher M. Olaf Frandsen
Editor M. Olaf Frandsen
Sports editor Bob Davidson
Founded February 16, 1871 (1871-February-16)
Headquarters Salina, Kansas
Circulation 30,000[1]
ISSN 0745-127X
Official website www.salina.com

The Salina Journal is a daily morning newspaper based in Salina, Kansas. Founded in 1871, it is read and delivered in north-central and north-western Kansas.

The current publisher is M. Olaf Frandsen. The Salina Journal is owned by Harris Enterprises out of Hutchinson, KS.[when?]

333 Line[edit]

The 333 Line is a feature of The Salina Journal's editorial page. It allows people to call in and leave their comments about current events on an answering machine. Some of these comments then appear, verbatim, on the paper's editorial page. In 2004 the Salina Public Library conducted a poll [2] that suggests that the 333 line is a controversial subject for some members of the community.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "About us". The Salina Journal. Retrieved 2012-02-17. 
  2. ^ [1][dead link] Salina Public Library Polls

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