Waren Sardne (lit. Message from the Fjells) is a defunct Southern Sámi weekly that was published in Norwegian. It was founded in 1910 by Daniel Mortenson, who served as its editor-in-chief until 1913. After slightly less than a decade, he started publishing it again as a monthly in 1922, once again serving as editor-in-chief until his death in 1924, when his son Lars Danielsen succeeded him in this post. By 1927, the newspaper had folded for the last time. The target audience of Waren Sardne was the Southern Sámi themselves.
- Daniel Mortenson (1910–1913, 1922–1924)
- Lars Danielsen (1924–1927)
- Aikio, Samuli (1992). Olbmot ovdal min: sámiid historjá 1700-logu rádjái [People before us: the history of the Sámi up until the 18th century] (in Northern Sami). Ohcejohka (Utsjoki): Girgegiisá. p. 221. ISBN 951-8939-08-X.
- Skogerbø, Eli (2000). "Samiske medier - Innhold, bruk og rammevilkår" Check
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