The Daily Mining Gazette

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The Daily Mining Gazette
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Offices in Houghton
TypeDaily newspaper
Owner(s)Ogden Newspapers Inc.[1]
PublisherRandy Cutright
EditorMark Wilcox
FoundedJuly 1858
Political alignmentNot applicable
HeadquartersHoughton, Michigan, U.S.
Circulation~5000 (As of 2018)[1]
OCLC number9940134
Websitewww.mininggazette.com

The Daily Mining Gazette is a newspaper published in Houghton, Michigan.[1] The paper is also distributed over most of the Upper Peninsula and some northern parts of the Lower Peninsula of Michigan. It is a daily Monday through Friday, with an expanded, combined Saturday-Sunday edition.

The Mining Gazette was founded in Ontonagon, Michigan in July 1858 by George Emerson. In 1860, the paper was purchased by James R. Devereau and moved to Houghton, where it was published weekly as The Portage Lake Mining Gazette. The paper began daily publication on 14 September 1899.[2]

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  1. ^ a b c "The Daily Mining Gazette". Wolfram Alpha. Retrieved 29 September 2011.
  2. ^ Biographical Record: Houghton, Baraga and Marquette Counties. Chicago, IL: Biographical Publishing Company. 1903. p. 160. Retrieved 18 July 2012.

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