List of newspapers in Montana
The largest circulating newspapers in Montana are the Billings Gazette, Great Falls Tribune, and Missoulian. The Montana Post was first newspaper in the state published in Virginia City. Montana is known as the Treasure State because of its status as the USA's foremost producer of metallic treasure. In the past, each mining company in Montana had its own newspaper. This changed in 1958 when Lee Enterprises bought several newspaper companies. Stay updated and get the Montana News, Weather, Sports, Breaking News, entertainment and lifestyle from different newspaper publishers.
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The Billing Gazette is the largest newspaper in Montana. It is one of the most widely distributed newspapers in the USA. Carriers deliver more than 39,000 copies from Monday to Saturday, while the number increases to more than 44,000 copies on Sundays.
The Great Falls Tribune is one of the largest newspaper companies in Montana. It is a daily morning newspaper printed in Helena City, Montana. Great Falls Tribune reaches more than 65,000 readers on weekdays and up to 79,000 on Sundays.
The Bozeman Daily Chronicle is a daily newspaper published in Bozeman City, Montana. It has a print circulation of 15,000. The Bozeman Daily Chronicle reaches more than 50,000 in print and online readers monthly.
The Missoulian is the largest daily newspaper published in Western Montana and is distributed throughout Missoula. It is one of the newspaper companies owned by Lee Enterprises since 1959. The Missoulian reaches more than 33,000 daily and 46,000 readers on Sundays.
The Daily Inter Lake is a daily newspaper published in Kalispell City, Montana. Its paper circulation is 15,652 copies.
The Helena Independent Record is a daily newspaper published in Helena City, Montana. It is one of the newspaper companies owned by Lee Enterprises since 1959. The Helena Independent Record paper circulation is 12,464 copies.
The Havre Daily News is a newspaper published in Havre City, Montana. It serves the Hi-line of north-central Montana, named for the northernmost line of the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway originally built by the Great Northern Railway. The Havre Daily News's circulation is 3,500 copies daily.
Is a tri-weekly newspaper first published on June 1, 1876. The Montana Standard began as the Butte Miner before Lee Lee Enterprises bought the newspaper company. Its circulation is 12,472 copies.
The Livingston Enterprise is a daily newspaper that serves Livingston and throughout Park County, Montana. Its circulation is approximately 1,500. Livingston Enterprise reaches 15,000 readers online.
The Ravalli Republic is a newspaper published in Hamilton City, Montana. Ravalli Republic was first published as The Bitterroot Bugle in Grantsdale town Montana. It is one of the newspaper companies owned by Lee Enterprises since 1959. Its circulation is 5,032 copies daily.