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Kenora Daily Miner and News

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Kenora Miner and News
Typenewspaper
FormatTabloid
Owner(s)Postmedia
EditorReg Clayton
Founded1881
LanguageEnglish
Headquarters33 Main St. P.O. Box 1620, Kenora, Ontario, P9N 3X7
ISSN0839-4989
Website[1]

The Kenora Miner and News is a thrice-weekly publication based in Kenora, Ontario. The Miner and News publishes its tabloid paid circulation Monday, Wednesday and Friday, and the weekly publication Lake of the Woods Enterprise is delivered free throughout the region every Thursday. The Miner and News is owned by Postmedia.

In April 2019 the Miner ceased publishing on Tuesdays, prompting the removal of “Daily” from the name.

History

The News began weekly publication in 1881 under the ownership of E. P. Chapman. A second newspaper, the Rat Portage Miner, started around 1897 under the ownership of Joseph Earngey through the Rat Portage Miner Publishing Co.[1] In 1901 it shifted to twice weekly publication — Tuesdays and Fridays. By 1904 they operated under one name, the Rat Portage Miner and News, and it became the Kenora Miner and News in 1906 when the town itself was renamed. The Miner and News switched to six-day publication in February 1952 to compete with the Daily Reminder, started in the 1930s.

The Miner and News purchased the Reminder in 1960. In November 1973, Bowes Publishers purchased the newspaper and the name of the paper was changed again in 1977 to the Daily Miner and News. The Kenora Enterprise, which began publishing in 1996, was brought into the Daily Miner and News fold in July 2003.

See also

References

  1. ^ "J. P. Earngey, Kenora, Dies". The Globe and Mail, May 27, 1939.

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This page was last edited on 27 April 2020, at 08:52
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