Tyler Morning Telegraph

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Tyler Morning Telegraph logo
Tyler Morning Telegraph building
Tyler Morning Telegraph office, published by T.B. Butler Company
Type Daily newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Owner(s) T.B. Butler Publishing
Publisher Nelson Clyde, IV
Founded 1877 (as the Courier)
Headquarters 410 W. Erwin St.
Tyler, TX 75702
United States
Circulation 22,556 daily
27,568[1]
Official website tylerpaper.com

The Tyler Morning Telegraph is a daily newspaper based in Tyler, Texas, U.S. It is privately owned by the T.B. Butler Publishing Company, Inc.

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.

The paper uses a stylized paperboy as its logo and bills itself as "the Tyler Paper" in advertising and elsewhere, including its Web address. It does not publish on Christmas Day.

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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