Kansas City Kansan
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|Format||Web-only (formerly broadsheet)|
|Headquarters||7735 Washington Avenue
Kansas City, Kansas 66112
Arthur Capper started the newspaper on January 31, 1921, when Kansas City, Kansas, did not have a daily newspaper while neighboring Kansas City, Missouri, had three dailies—the Kansas City Journal-Post, Kansas City Times and Kansas City Star.
At its peak in the 1960s, the daily paid circulation topped 34,000. It also operated the now defunct KCKN-AM 1340 Radio.
It was published daily except Sundays, Mondays and major holidays. Towards the end of its print publication, the paper converted from a daily to a twice-weekly publication. Since January 10, 2009, the Kansan has been an online-only publication.
On September 19, 2009, Nick Sloan, a resident of Kansas City, Kansas, purchased the Kansan and is now the independent owner of the publication.
- Kansas City Kansan Moves to Web-only Publishing from Editor & Publisher
- "Interview with new Kansas City Kansan publisher Nick Sloan". pitch.com. Retrieved 1 August 2015.
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