• The Vicksburg [MS] Post

    Dr. Dan Edney, with Medical Associates of Vicksburg, receives his first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine during an event organized by the Mississippi State Health Association. (Terri Cowart Frazier/The Vicksburg Post)

  • Albert Lea [MN] Tribune

    A large fire broke out at a structure at 601 W. Main St., along the West Main Street viaduct in Albert Lea. (Colleen Harrison / Albert Lea Tribune)

  • Niles [MI] Daily Star

    Santa Claus visited children outside of Niles High School, allowing parents and family members to take holiday photos. Claus was provided a special transport, in lieu of snow and sleigh, by the Niles Fire Department. (Emily Sobecki / Leader Publications)

  • Elizabethton [TN] Star

    The Elizabethton Cyclones are the 2020 BlueCross Bowl Class 4A State Champs for the second consecutive year. (Ivan Sanders / Elizabethton Star)

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

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