The Daily Telegram

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The Daily Telegram
Type Daily newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Owner(s) GateHouse Media
Publisher Paul J. Heidbreder
Editor Mark Lenz
Founded December 3, 1892, as Evening Telegram
Headquarters 133 North Winter Street,
Adrian, Michigan 49221, United States
Circulation 12,942 daily
15,340 Sundays in 2012[1]
OCLC number 33972687
Official website lenconnect.com

The Daily Telegram is a daily newspaper published every day in Adrian, Michigan, in the United States. It is owned by GateHouse Media, who acquired it from Independent Media Group in 2000.[2][3]

The newspaper covers all of Lenawee County and southern Jackson County, including "Adrian, Tecumseh, Blissfield, Clinton, Addison, Deerfield, Hudson, Morenci, Onsted, Brooklyn and all points in between."[4]

Upon the founding of the Telegram in December 1892, inaugural publishers M.W. Redfield and Elmer E. Putnam said "particular attention will be given to events of a local nature."[4]

Initially named the Evening Telegram, the newspaper took the name of its hometown in 1898, becoming the Adrian Daily Telegram, changing its name again to become The Daily Telegram in 1973.[5]

The Adrian Daily Telegram suspended publication from October 24, 1972, to January 5, 1973, because of a strike.[5]

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