The Daily World (Aberdeen)

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The Daily World
Type Daily newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Owner(s) Black Press
Publisher Stan Woody
Ad Director:
Editor Doug Barker
Founded July 31, 1889 (1889-07-31)
Language English
Headquarters 315 So. Michigan,
Aberdeen, Washington 98520  United States
Circulation 10,000 Daily
12,500 Sunday
Website The Daily World.com

The Daily World is the leading daily newspaper in Aberdeen, Washington, United States. Serving Grays Harbor County and northern Pacific County counties since 1889, The Daily World is the only daily newspaper on the coast of Washington state.

The newspaper first appeared as the Aberdeen Weekly Bulletin on July 31, 1889, almost three months before Washington achieved statehood.

In 1908, it was sold to Werner Andrew Rupp, a political reporter and editorial writer, and John F. Gilbert, a gifted cartoonist. The first edition appeared on Monday, June 1, 1908. They called it The Aberdeen Daily World for the first time on January 18, 1909. When Gilbert departed on January 4, 1910, Rupp became the sole proprietor, editor and publisher and was in control for the next 53 years. On March 2, 1969, it became The Daily World. The newspaper changed hands a few more times after that, but was purchased by Stephens Media in 1993. In 2014, The Daily World was sold to Sound Publishing, a subsidiary of Black Press.[1]

Sister publications[edit]

  • The Montesano Vidette, Montesano (weekly, Thur)
  • The North Coast News, Ocean Shores (weekly, Thur)
  • The South Beach Bulletin, Westport (weekly, Thur)
  • Pacific County Press, South Bend (weekly, Wed)
  • East County News (weekly, Wed)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Oahu Publications Inc. purchases Hawaii Tribune-Herald and West Hawaii Today". Hawaii Tribune-Herald. 2014-10-01. Retrieved 2014-10-15. 

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