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How do I access the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel archives?

How do I access the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel archives?

EDITOR’S NOTE: Historic archives for the Milwaukee Sentinel, Milwaukee Journal and Milwaukee Journal Sentinel are now available through the Milwaukee Public Library and remotely at Questions about accessing the archive should be directed to the library’s reference desk.

What is the main newspaper in Milwaukee Wisconsin?

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is a daily morning broadsheet printed in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where it is the primary newspaper. It is also the largest newspaper in the state of Wisconsin, where it is widely distributed. It is currently owned by the Gannett Company.

How old is the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel?

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (MJS) was born out of a merger between the Milwaukee Journal, founded in 1882, and the Milwaukee Sentinel, founded in 1837. As of July 2014, the MJS’s circulation was 185,000.

What is JSOnline?

Readers on are seeing a faster, cleaner website design. The layout resembles changes made to our mobile site, creating a list-based design inspired by how content is consumed on social media, and collects our best local stories, photos and videos in an easily scannable format.

When did Milwaukee Journal and Sentinel merge?

In 1962 the employee-owned corporation bought the Milwaukee Sentinel from the Hearst Corporation. After running the two papers independently, the company, now called Journal Communications, merged them in 1995, renaming them the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Is Milwaukee a good place to live?

Moving to Milwaukee? With an affordable cost of living, great employment opportunities, family-friendly activities, and a dining scene centered around cheese and craft beer, it’s no wonder that Brew City is one of the best places to live in the U.S.

Is the Hoan Bridge lit up every night?

The official lighting of the Hoan Bridge Thursday evening brought foggy weather but a lot of enthusiasm for Milwaukee’s new skyline. The bridge will be lit nightly now, thanks to a four-year crowdfunding effort from the Light the Hoan initiative.

What is the circulation of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel?

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel/Circulation

Who owns the Gannett Company?

New Media Investment Group
GateHouse Media
Gannett/Parent organizations

How much do you need to live comfortably in Milwaukee?

Milwaukee. While the cost of living is relatively modest in Milwaukee, so is the median income. With half of the city making $38,289 or less, even that $67,670 a year needed to live comfortably while paying a mortgage is almost $30,000 more than residents are making.

What is a good salary in Milwaukee?

Well+good Salary in Milwaukee, WI

Annual Salary Monthly Pay
Top Earners $96,189 $8,015
75th Percentile $63,632 $5,302
Average $59,831 $4,985
25th Percentile $33,049 $2,754

Where can I find the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel?

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s Google News historic archives are once again available for public viewing. These archives include Milwaukee Journal print editions going back to 1884, Milwaukee Sentinel papers going back to 1910 and Journal Sentinel dailies from 1995 through 2007. As with all good things, there are a few caveats.

When was the Milwaukee Journal newspaper first published?

An index to The Milwaukee Journal newspaper for January-December 1976 only. An index to state and regional news articles in The Milwaukee Journal newspaper covering January 1979 to December 1980.

What was the highest circulating newspaper in Milwaukee?

Indexes The Evening Wisconsin and Milwaukee Sentinel newspapers for 1880-1881. The Evening Wisconsin was Milwaukee’s highest circulating daily newspaper at the time. Located at Frank P. Zeidler Humanities Room reference desk. Indexes articles, obituaries and death notices. An index to The Milwaukee Journal newspaper for January-December 1976 only.

Are there any newspapers in the Milwaukee Public Library?

Milwaukee Public Library has extensive print and microfilm holdings of historic Milwaukee newspapers, from the major daily newspapers to local minority and ethnic press publications.

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