• The State Journal [Frankfort, KY]

    Frankfort Mayor Layne Wilkerson (left) and Kentucky State University Frankfort Alumni Chapter Vice President Cornelia Calhoun (right) led the first walk on the Thorobred Trail. (Emily Perkins/State Journal)

  • The Vicksburg [MS] Post

    Laurel Loflin, right, pets Elvis, a Boston Terrier owned by Daniel Miles, left, at the Reindeer Run 5k. (Ernest Bowker/The Vicksburg Post)

  • Albert Lea [MN] Tribune

    Albert Lea firefighters battle a house fire at West Seventh Street. One person was injured and was taken to the hospital in an ambulance. (Sarah Stultz/Albert Lea Tribune)

  • Suffolk [VA] News-Herald

    Five-year-old Ayden Thomas, left, turns the tables on Brittany Callahan, who was painting a Spiderman mask on him, by painting her face at the United Way of South Hampton Roads. (Jimmy LaRoue/Suffolk News-Herald)

  • BNI by the numbers

    83 community newspapers
    50 magazines
    12 states served
    50 years of community newspaper management
    580 team members
    154 newsroom professionals
    111 sales professionals
    252,555 free circulation
    165,760 paid circulation
    418,315 total circulation
    151,756,808 digital page views a year

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    Our newspapers and websites are the best sources of news and information in the communities they serve and command top audience market share. More than 7 out of 10 consumers report regularly reading our newspapers and websites. More than 6 out of 10 say they use those products to make purchase decisions. Simply put, our products ring doorbells, cash registers, inboxes and telephones for our customers.

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Boone Newspapers, Inc. [BNI] owns and/or manages newspapers and free shopping guides in 91 communities.

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