Reno Gazette-Journal

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The Reno Gazette Journal is the main daily newspaper for Reno, Nevada. It is owned and operated by the Gannett Company. It came into being when the Nevada State Journal (founded on November 23, 1870) and the Reno Evening Gazette (founded on March 28, 1876) were combined on October 7, 1983.[2]

Reno Gazette Journal
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TypeDaily newspaper
EditorBrian Duggan[1]
FoundedNevada State Journal: November 23, 1870; 149 years ago (1870-11-23)
Reno Evening Gazette: March 28, 1876; 143 years ago (1876-03-28)
Reno Gazette-Journal: October 7, 1983; 36 years ago (1983-10-07)
Headquarters955 Kuenzli Street
Reno, Nevada 89502-2000
Circulation66,442 Daily[2]
82,651 Sunday[2]

Speidel Newspapers bought the Gazette on October 1, 1939 and bought the Journal a month later.[3] Gannett bought Speidel Newspapers on May 11, 1977.[4]

On April 16, 2019, an edition of the Nevada State Journal was found during the opening of a time capsule from 1872 in the cornerstone of a demolished Masonic lodge in Reno.[5][6]

The Reno Gazette Journal is one of two dailies (the other being the Sparks Tribune) covering the Reno–Sparks metropolitan area, which is also served by the Reno News & Review, an alternative newsweekly.


  1. ^ "Reno Gazette-Journal has new executive editor, Brian Duggan". January 12, 2019.[dead link]
  2. ^ a b c "Reno Gazette-Journal". Gannett. Archived from the original on 2007-08-18. Retrieved 2019-02-10.
  3. ^ "Nevada State Journal Is Sold". The New York Times. Retrieved January 5, 2013.
  4. ^ Jones, William H.; Anderson, Laird (July 30, 1977). "Gannett: 73 Papers and Still Counting". The Washington Post. Retrieved November 20, 2017.
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