Great Plains Examiner
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Great Plains Examiner was a periodical newspaper based in Bismarck, North Dakota, active June 2011-September 2013. The newspaper was dedicated to investigative and in-depth coverage of local issues affecting central North Dakota, with emphasis on the communities of Bismarck and Mandan. The newspaper was published monthly and distributed on news racks and via direct mail. Each month, 10,000 copies of the paper were placed on racks at gas stations, restaurants, hotels and other high-traffic commercial areas. The newspaper was free, although home delivery was $25 per year. The Great Plains Examiner launched in June 2011. It is a subsidiary of Highground Publishing Inc., a corporation owned and operated by North Dakota natives. More than a dozen journalists contributed to the paper. The last issue published was September 2013.
The paper's website is www.GreatPlainsExaminer.com.
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