The Newton Kansan

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The Newton Kansan
Type Daily newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Owner(s) GateHouse Media
Publisher Randy Mitchell
Editor Chad Frey
Founded 1872 (1872)
Headquarters 121 West Sixth Street,
Newton, Kansas 67114, United States
OCLC number 11586510
Website thekansan.com

The Newton Kansan is an American daily newspaper published six days per week (excluding major holidays) in Newton, Kansas. It is owned by GateHouse Media.

The paper covers Harvey County, including the cities of Newton, Burrton, Halstead, Hesston, North Newton and Sedgwick.[1]

The paper was founded as a weekly in 1872 and converted to a daily circulation in 1886. In 1952, it changed its name from The Evening Kansan-Republican to The Newton Kansan.[2] The newspaper's electronic version began in 1996.

Stauffer Communications bought the newspaper in 1953.[3] Morris Communications bought Stauffer in 1994, and sold the Kansan to GateHouse Media in October 2007.[4][5]

The Newton Kansan is one of several newspapers GateHouse owns in the Wichita metropolitan area, including the dailies Augusta Daily Gazette, The El Dorado Times and Wellington Daily News.

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