List of newspapers in ColoradoColorado is a Western US state that has a diverse landscape of desert, river canyons, and snow-covered rocky mountains. Colorado is also known as a Centennial State and Colorful Colorado because of the state's beautiful mountains, rivers, and plains. Grand Junction, Colorado is the largest city on the Western Slope. Grand Junction and Durango are the only major centers of television broadcasting west of the Continental Divide in Colorado, though most mountain resort communities publish daily newspapers.
The Denver Post is a daily newspaper published in Denver, Colorado. Since 2010, The Denver Post has been owned by hedge fund Alden Global Capital. Its circulation is 134,537 copies daily and 253261 on Sundays. The Denver Post website is receiving 3.2M pageviews each month.
The Pueblo Chieftain is a daily newspaper published in Pueblo, Colorado. The Chieftain was established in 1868 and in 2018, the paper was sold to GateHouse Media.
The Gazette is a daily newspaper published in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The newspaper has operated since 1873 and is now the fifth-fifth largest newspaper by circulation. The Gazette circulation is 70,000 copies.
The Boulder Daily Camera is a daily newspaper published in Boulder, Colorado. It is owned by Praire Mountain Publishing, a division of Digital First Media. The Boulder Daily Camera website reaches up to 150,000 page views per month.
The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel is the biggest daily newspaper published in western Colorado, which distributes in six counties. In 2017 the newspaper won awards in advertising and photography categories, given by the Colorado Press Association. The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel circulation is 23,200 copies daily and 25,800 on Sundays.
The Lakewood Sentinel is a weekly newspaper published in Lakewood, Colorado. Founded in 1923, the tabloid-style paper currently is printed in all colors and comes out on Thursdays.
The Aspen Times is a daily newspaper published in the ski resort town of Aspen, Colorado. The newspaper has been operating since 1881. The Aspen Times circulation is 9,000 copies.
The Longmont Daily Times-Call is a daily newspaper published in Longmont, Colorado. The earliest predecessor of the Daily Times-Call was the Free Press. The newspaper carries local, regional, national, and international news.
The Vail Daily is a free daily newspaper published in Eagle County, Colorado. It is published by Colorado Mountain News Media. The Vail Daily circulation is 15,000 copies.