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|Owner(s)||Boone Newspapers Inc.|
|Headquarters||330 S 4th St,
Danville, KY 40422
9,093 Sunday 
The Advocate-Messenger is a newspaper published daily (except Saturday) in Danville, Kentucky. The newspaper serves central Kentucky, with distribution primarily in Boyle, Lincoln, Casey, Mercer, and Garrard counties.
- The Kentucky Advocate began publication in Danville on June 24, 1865 as a Democratic party supporter.
- The Kentucky Tribune began publication in Danville in 1843 as a Whig party supporter, later changing to a Republican party supporter. In 1887 it was renamed The Danville Democrat and in 1893, renamed again to The Danville News. In 1907, it merged into The Kentucky Advocate.
- The Boyle County Herald began publication in Danville in the 1880s and merged into The Kentucky Advocate in 1907.
- The Daily Messenger began publication in Danville in 1910.
- The Advocate-Messenger is the result of the merger in 1940 of The Kentucky Advocate and The Daily-Messenger.
- The paper was purchased by Schurz Communications of South Bend, Indiana in 1978.
- Boone Newspapers formed a subsidiary, Bluegrass Newsmedia LLC. In 2016, the subsidiary purchased the paper in 2016 along with The Winchester Sun, The Jessamine Journal, and The Interior Journal.
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