Tyler Morning Telegraph
Tyler Morning Telegraph office, published by T.B. Butler Company
|Owner||T.B. Butler Publishing|
|Publisher||Nelson Clyde, IV|
|Founded||1877 (as the Courier)|
|Headquarters||410 W. Erwin St.
Tyler, TX 75702
The newspaper's Sunday edition is known as the Tyler Courier-Times--Telegraph, so named because it was once the combined Sunday edition of the Morning Telegraph and the Tyler Courier-Times, a sister afternoon paper published until 1995.
With the death in 2007 of publisher Nelson Clyde, III, the management of the paper passed to his son and then-associate publisher, Nelson Clyde, IV.
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