|Type||Two-days a week|
|Owner(s)||Graystone Media Group|
|Managing editors||Rick Carpenter|
|Staff writers||Katrina Goforth, Ryan Lewis|
The original Altus Times was founded as a weekly newspaper by J. Ed Van Meter in December, 1901. It was consolidated with two other newspapers into the Weekly Altus Times-Democrat around 1916. It began daily publication in 1928. The newspaper was renamed the Altus Times on August 1, 1984.
The paper was previously owned by Heartland Publications. In 2012 Versa Capital Management merged Heartland, Ohio Community Media, former Freedom papers it had acquired, and Impressions Media into a new company, Civitas Media. Civitas Media sold its Oklahoma papers to Greystone Media Group in 2017.
- Finder Binder: Oklahoma's Updated Media Directory, 2010 Winter Issue.
- Altus Times Boasts Colorful History Archived 2010-03-08 at the Wayback Machine, Altus Times (accessed February 15, 2010).
- Business Wire, Versa Capital Announces the Formation of Civitas Media, LLC, retrieved April 10, 2017
- "Quarterly Updates - 3rd Quarter 2017". Dirks, Van Essen & Murray. 2017-09-30. Retrieved 2017-10-28.
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