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Nevada Newspapers

Nevada Newspapers

I am not sure how Nevada compares to other states but man, we have a lot of old newspapers for our state! I love digging through them reading the announcements of who is visiting from out of town, who went out of town, who stubbed their toe on a wagon wheel, and a horse is on my property… come get it. 

Below is the list of newspapers in Nevada that we are aware of grouped by county. Did we miss one? If so, let us know.

Below are a few links of interest:

  1. Counties in Nevada
  2. Cities in Nevada
  3. Ghost Towns in Nevada
  4. Post Office in Nevada
  5. Hot Springs in Nevada
  6. Nevada State Historical Markers

Newspapers in Carson City Nevada

Founded in 1858 and named for our favorite Southwest explorer, Kit Carson, Carson City is an independent city and the state capital of Nevada.

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Carson City

  1. Silver Age – July 13, 20, August 10, 26, September 15, October 20, 1861; October 2, 1862
  2. Carson Daily Independent – September 1, 1863 – June 17, 1864
  3. Daily Morning Post (The) – December 28, 1864; March 16, April 15, 1865
  4. Nevada Appeal – May 16, 1865 – October 9, 1870 (Suspended); September 9, 1872 – Current (Aka Carson Daily Appeal, Morning Appeal, Daily Appeal)
  5. Nevada State Journal – May 15 – May 23, 1866
  6. Daily State Register (The) December 29, 1870 – November 30, 1872
  7. Daily Nevada Tribune (The) September 17, 1873 – July 15, 1896 (Missing: August 20 – October 12, 1874; July 3, 5, 1875; July 4, 5, 1876; July 4, 5 1877)
  8. Daily Evening Herald    August 20 – September 9, 1875
  9. Nevada Patriot    July 11 – August 3, 1876
  10. Carson Times    April 9, 1880 – June 11, 1881
  11. Carson Daily Index     December 25, 1880 – July 3, 1887
  12. Daily Bee (The)    July 14, 17, September 22, October 28, 31, November 2, 6, 8, 1882
  13. Carson Free Lance    March 2, 1885 – November 29, 1886
  14. Carson Boys September 16, 1885 – May 12, 1886
  15. Nevada Index-Union    July 6, 1887 – July 3, 1888
  16. Morning News (The)      June 21, 1891 – May 1, 1930 (Masthead Title; Aka Carson City News And Carson Morning News)
  17. Weekly (The) August 17, 1891 – January 2, 1899
  18. Carson Press    January 1, 1892 – December 30, 1893
  19. Celebration Gazetteer     July 3 – 6, 1892
  20. White Ribbon    July 6-21, 1894
  21. Parish Rubric    February 1898, March, April 1901, June 1904
  22. Ormsby County Ledger    (1 Issue, No Date, Probably Around 1900)
  23. Carson Weekly        1900 – November 17, 1918
  24. Karson City Gazoot    March, 1911
  25. Carson Evening Gazette     July 21, 23, 1914
  26. Carson City Enlightener    August 5, 14, 21, September 4, 1914
  27. Carson City Chronicle August 9, 1935 – February 1, 1986 [Carson City Chronicle 1935 – 1952; Carson – Tahoe Chronicle 1952 -1956; Chronicle 1956 – 1962; Tahoe – Carson Chronicle 1962 – 1966; Carson Chronicle 1966 – 1986; Nevada Appeal, Chronicle Edition 1984 – 1986 (Missing: July – December 1982)]
  28. Nevada State Veteran March – December 1949
  29. Nevada Capitol News  December 1950
  30. Carson City News January 5 – April 27, 1961
  31. Nevada Statesman January 26 – April 22, 1966
  32. Flash     October 10 – April 10, 1970
  33. Carson City Review    November 25, 1970 – November 9, 1973
  34. Desert News June 5 – October 1973
  35. Nevada State Recorder    January 1, 1984 – June 1986

Newspapers in Churchill County, Nevada

Churchill County was established in 1861 and was named for Fort Churchill (which is now in Lyon County), which was named for General Sylvester Churchill, a Mexican–American War hero who was Inspector General of the U.S. Army in 1861. Churchill County was not organized until 1864, and its first county seat was Bucklands (which is now in Lyon County). 

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Fairview

  1. Fairview News March 3, 1906 – February 15, 1908

Fallon

  1. Fallon Standard December 12, 1903, January 23, 1904 – October 28, 1958 (Aka Standard, Churchill Co. Standard)
  2. Fallon Eagle October 6, 1906 – October 1958 (Merged With Fallon Standard >Fallon Eagle Standard)
  3. Ballot Box April 15, 1911 – June 21, 1913
  4. Co-Operative Colonist July 3, 1916 – September 1918
  5. Nevada Colony News April 1917
  6. Fallon Eagle Standard November 4, 1958 – September 1985
  7. Churchill County Courier March 15 – December 27, 1961
  8. Fallon Citizen January 3, 1963 – November 2, 1967
  9. Lahontan Valley News July 3, 1974 – Current (Merged To Lahontan Valley News-Eagle Standard In 1988)
  10. High View 1926 – 1927 Scats
  11. Western Nevada Dispatch May 9, 1985 – March 25, 1987

White Plains

  1. Churchill News March 31, 1888

Wonder

  1. Wonder Mining News (The) January 4, 1908 – November 18, 1912

Newspapers in Clark County, Nevada

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Boulder City

  1. Boulder City Journal October 5, 1933
  2. Boulder City Age May 11, 14, 24, 1932; August 1, 1933
  3. Boulder Dam Challenge February 28 – September 4, 1936
  4. Boulder City News July 7, 1942 – December 31, 1970; January 3, 1974 – Current (1976 missing)
  5. Desert Rat Review August 1968

Camp Siebert

  1. Desert Scorpion November 1, 1941 – March 27, 1943

Goodsprings

  1. Goodsprings Gazette July 29, 1916 – May 21, 1921

Henderson

  1. Henderson Home News January 2, 1958 – Current
  2. Nevada Jewish Chronicle 1961 – 1962

Las Vegas

  1. Las Vegas Times April 1, 1905 – November 3, 1906
  2. Las Vegas Age April 7, 1905 – November 30, 1947
  3. Clark County Review September 18, 1909 – February 24, 1922
  4. Las Vegas (Formerly Clark Co) Review March 3, 1922 – March 29, 1929
  5. Bulletin (The) April 20, 1914
  6. Keys To Hidden Treasure/ The Argus February 1926 – September 1927
  7. Las Vegas Journal March 29, April 5, 1929
  8. Las Vegas Review-Journal January 1, 1930 – Current
  9. Desert Sun October 12, 21, 1931
  10. Las Vegas Times July 18 – 25, 1932
  11. Cloudburst January 1934
  12. Las Vegas News January 23 – March 20, 1941
  13. Las Vegas (Morning) Tribune April 2, 1943 – May 27, 1944
  14. Nevada Veteran April 17, 30, 1946
  15. Las Vegas (Morning) Sun January 1951 – Current
  16. Nevada Citizen April 17, 1954 – February 18, 1956
  17. Nellis Century (The) April 17, 1969 – December 1973
  18. Las Vegas Voice January 2, 1964 – October 1982 (Missing: 1968 – 1971)
  19. Vegas Visitor May 2, 1969 – Current
  20. Las Vegas Israelite January 29, 1965 – Current
  21. Veteran’s Journal May – August 1971
  22. Las Vegas Free Press January 1, 1970 – November 24, 1971
  23. Democratic News December 1971 – April 1972
  24. Western Business News June 1973 – February 1976
  25. Las Vegas Bullet December 30, 1987 – July 26, 1989
  26. Las Vegas Sentinel Voice January 1992 – December 1994
  27. Gaming Today January 1994 – Current
  28. In Light Times January 1994 – Current
  29. Las Vegas Bugle January 1994 – December 1998 (January 1998 Missing)
  30. Jewish Reporter (The) January 1994 – December 1998

Laughlin

  1. Laughlin Gambler/Times August 1, 1984 – Current

Logandale

  1. Oak (The) July 1920
  2. Lake Mead Monitor 1979 – 1981
  3. Moapa Valley Progress February 19 – August 18, 1992; March 1993 – Current

Nelson

  1. Eldorado Canyon Miner April 20, 1917

North Las Vegas

  1. No. Las Vegas Valley Times (Las Vegas Times, Valley Times) July 5, 1951- June 22, 1984
  2. Bullseye September 1974 – Current

Overton

  1. Moapa Valley Herald 1976 – 1981
  2. Valley Herald And Lake Mead Monitor 1981 – July 30, 1987

Pahrump

  1. Pahrump Valley Times January 1971 – Current
  2. Pahrump Tribune October 1979 – December 1983
  3. Death Valley Gateway Gazette January – April 1996 (Changed To Pahrump Valley Gazette May 1996)
  4. Pahrump Valley Gazette May 1996 – Current
  5. Valley Observer (The) January 1997 – December 1998

Paradise

  1. Paradise Reporter May 1879 – October 9, 1880
  2. Paradise Sunshine May 1906

Searchlight

  1. Searchlight Bulletin January 1, 1903 – January 3, 1913

Newspapers in Douglas County, Nevada

Douglas County was created on November 25, 1861, and was one of the first nine counties formed after the territory of Nevada was separated from the Utah Territory and was named for Stephen A. Douglas, a nationally known political figure and opponent of Abraham Lincoln.

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Gardnerville

  1. Gardnerville Record July 12, 1898 – March 4, 1904
  2. Genoa Weekly Courier January 7, 1881 – June 1899 (Filed Under Record-Courier)
  3. Record-Courier 1899 – Current (Known As Courier 1899 – 1904)
  4. Nevada Lutheran June 10, 1918
  5. Air Age News January 1966 – March 26, 1968
  6. Sierra Sage March 1994 – Current

Genoa

  1. Douglas County Banner October 7 – December 23, 1865
  2. Carson Valley News February 20, 1875 – July 16, 1880
  3. Genoa Journal April 10, October 13 – December 22, 1880
  4. Genoa Weekly Courier – See Gardnerville Nevada Prohibitionist April 1, 1889
  5. Genoa Enterprise January 1992 – Current

Minden

  1. Minden Times (The) June 19, 1936 – December 25, 1942

Newspapers in Elko County, Nevada

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Contact

  1. Contact Miner          February 4, June 4, 1914; April 1915

Elko

  1. Daily Elko Independent August 1875 – December 1918
  2. Elko Independent (Weekly) June 19, 1869 – Current
  3. Elko (Semi-Weekly) Chronicle June 5 – December 4, 1870
  4. Elko Post 1875 – 1881
  5. Elko Free Press January 5, 1883 – Current
  6. Nevada Silver Tidings January 2, 1887 – June 15, 1899
  7. Daily Argonaut December 1897 – February 6, 1899
  8. Telegram (The) June 2, 1909
  9. Elko Enterprise December 1, 1916 – February 9, 1917

Gold Creek

  1. Gold Creek News December 24, 1896 – December 10, 1897

Metropolis

  1. Metropolis Chronicle September 15, 1911 – April 15, 1913

Midas

  1. Gold Circle Miner (The) April 11, 1908
  2. Gold Circle News June 20 – September 26, 1908
  3. Gold Circle Porcupine May 20, 1914

Mountain City

  1. Mountain City Times January 21 – May 13, 1898
  2. Mountain City Mail (The) November 17, 1938 – February 23, 1939

Tuscarora

  1. Tuscarora Times Review June 23, 1877
  2. Daily Mining Review October 24 – December 30, 1877
  3. Times Review (The) September 25, 1880 – December 26, 1903 (Tuscarora Times And Mining Review; Tuscarora Times Review)
  4. Tuscarora Mining News September 21, October 2, December 7, 1907
  5. Business Talks 1908

Wells

  1. Nevada State Herald (The) March 19, 1897 – 1932
  2. Wells Progress (The) June 26, 1936 – August 1989

Wendover

  1. High Desert Advocate January 1991 – Current

Newspapers in Esmeralda County, Nevada

Esmeralda Mining District, named in turn for the legend that a massive amount of emeralds was buried in what is now Nevada. Esmeralda is the Spanish and Portuguese word for emerald.

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Blair

  1. Blair Press January 4, 1908 – June 17, 1910

Columbus

  1. Borax Miner    October 18, 1873; February 20, 1875 – September 15, 1877 (Missing: August 14, September 11, December 24, 1875; May 27, September 23, December 9, 1876; February 10, March 17, April 1, 21, 28, May 5, 1877)

Gilbert

  1. Gilbert Record February 21, 1925 – May 8, 1926
  2. Nevada Mining Record & Tonopah Reporter May 15, 1926 – May 14, 1932

Goldfield

  1. Goldfield News April 29, 1904 – December 31, 1910
  2. Goldfield News And Weekly Tribune 1914 – December 29, 1944
  3. Goldfield News & Beatty Bulletin January 5, 1945 – December 1956
  4. Goldfield News Annual Edition 1905 – 1907
  5. Weekly Market Letter August 19, 1904
  6. Goldfield Vigilante January 30, 1905
  7. Goldfield Daily Sun (The) February 1905 – September 22, 1906
  8. Nevada Mining News June 14, 1906
  9. Sporting Bulletin August 29, 1906
  10. Goldfield Daily Tribune December 24, 1906 – March 29, 1930
  11. Goldfield Gossip October 1906 – September 1907
  12. Goldfield Chronicle January 24, 1907 – February 1909
  13. Nevada Mining Bulletin December 1906
  14. Goldfield Review June 29, 1905 – February 1909
  15. Nevada Workman September 7, 1907
  16. Goldfield Post May 25, 1912
  17. Goldfield Enterprise February – November 1958

Palmetto

  1. Palmetto Herald March 9, 16, June 1, 1906

Silver Peak

  1. Silver Peak Post June 6, 1906

Newspapers in Eureka County, Nevada

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Eureka

  1. Eureka (Daily) Sentinel November 12, 1870 – September 30, 1887 (Missing: November 19, 1870; May 6, 1871)
  2. Eureka (Weekly) Sentinel October 1887 – December 1998
  3. Eureka Daily Republican January 8, 1877 – June 24, 1878
  4. Silver Plume July 4, August 1, 15, September 1, 1877
  5. Eureka Daily Leader June 25, 1878 – May 16, 1885
  6. Eureka Tri-Weekly Standard (The) August 6, 1885 – September 15, 1886
  7. Eureka High School Enterprise November 21, 1896
  8. Eureka Miner June 11, 1971 – March 16, 1973

Ruby Hill

  1. Ruby Hill Mining Report August 7, 14, 1879
  2. Ruby Hill Mining News April 24, 1880 – July 31, 1882

Newspapers in Humboldt County, Nevada

The county contains several areas of land belonging to regionally significant Native American communities including the Fort McDermitt Paiute and Shoshone Tribe and the Winnemucca Indian Colony of Nevada. 

Humboldt County is the oldest county in Nevada, created by the Utah Territorial Legislature in 1856.

It was also one of Nevada’s original nine counties created in 1856.

The county is named after the Humboldt River, which was named after Alexander von Humboldt, a German naturalist, traveler, and statesman by John C. Frémont. Humboldt never saw the places that bear his name. 

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Orovada

  1. Orovada Weekly Journal September 5, 1924 – August 28, 1925

Winnemucca

  1. Winnemucca Argent July 23 – November 21, 1868
  2. Humboldt National August 14 – October 16, 1869
  3. Humboldt Register November 1869 – November 4, 1876
  4. Daily Silver State (The) February 15, 1875 – July 11, 1925
  5. Peoples Advocate May 17, 1888 – April 28, 1899
  6. Nevada News (The) January – March 4, 1901
  7. Humboldt Star January 11, 1906 – October 6, 1967
  8. Humboldt Co. Bulletin September 14, 1961 – May 3, 1972
  9. Nevada Mining News February – March 1966
  10. Humboldt Sun January 1972 – Current
  11. Wini Mini Marcht September 1977 – September 1978

Newspapers in Lander County, Nevada

Created under an act approved on December 19, 1862, boundary changes were made on February 20, 1864, March 1, 1866, March 5, 1869, and March 7, 1873.

Once Nevada was granted statehood in 1864, Lander County was one of the nine original counties formed. Known as the “Mother of Counties, the Nevada counties of Elko CountyEureka County, and White Pine County were formed from it. 

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Austin

  1. Reese River Reveille May 23, 1863 – 1993 (missing: June 27, July 1, 8, 11, 15, 18, August 12, 26, 29, September 9, 16, 23, 26, 1863)
  2. Daily Morning Democrat August 9, 1882 – July 8, 1883
  3. Peoples Advocate December 3, 1890 – January 31, 1893
  4. Nevada Progressive December 31, 1924 – October 2, 1926
  5. Austin Sun September 2, 1933 – June 23, 1934

Betty O’Neal

  1. Betty O’Neal Concentrator June 21, 1924

Golconda

  1. Nevada News (The) February 18, May 4, July 27, 1899 – December 31, 1900
  2. Nevada Miner February 15 – September 15, 1902

Skookum

  1. Skookum Times May 23, 1908

Tenabo

  1. Bullion District Miner (The) July 23, 1907

Newspapers in Lincoln County, Nevada

Named after Abraham Lincoln, Lincoln County, Nevada was established after Congress enlarged Nevada in 1866 by moving its state line eastward and southward at the expense of Utah and Arizona territories.

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Caliente

  1. Caliente Express March 2, August 31, 1905 – May 31, 1906
  2. Caliente Progress October 8 – November 19, 1904
  3. Caliente Lode-Progress June 30, 1906 – December 26, 1908
  4. Prospector March 20, 1909 – February 1, 1913
  5. Caliente News October 21, 1920 – February 5, 1925
  6. Caliente Herald March 22, 1928 – May 1968

De Lamar

  1. Ferguson Lode (The) September 19, 1892 – December 24, 1894
  2. Delamar Lode (The) January 7, 1895 – June 1906
  3. Local Messenger June 7, 1898 – January 5, 1901
  4. De La Mar Roaster March 18, 1900

Pioche

  1. Pioche (Lincoln Co) Record September 1, 1872 – Current (Called Lincoln Co. Record 1900 – 1908; 1925 – 1932; 1968 – Present)
  2. Daily Pioche Review September 23 – November 9, 1872
  3. Daily Journal (The) April 6, 1875 – January 30, 1876
  4. Lincoln Co. Independent August 18, 1938 – October 30, 1941
  5. Pioche People’s Press (The) 1944
  6. Slipstream June – July 1948

Newspapers in Lyon County, Nevada

Lyon County was created on November 25, 1861, and was named in honor of General Nathaniel Lyon.

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Dayton

  1. Lyon County Sentinel (Como Sentinel) April 16, 1864 – June 30, 1866
  2. Lyon County Times Jul 4, 1874 – December 23, 1931
  3. News Reporter March 4, 1886 – June 30, 1887

Fernley

  1. Fernley Enterprise December 6, 1919; February 7, 1920
  2. Tri-Town Times April 4, 1957 – November 12, 1958 (Became Section Of Mason Valley News In 1958)
  3. Fernley Leader-Dayton Courier January 1985 – Current (Published By Mason Valley News)
  4. Tri-County Express September 1988 – December 1892

Ramsey

  1. Ramsey Recorder August 5, 1906 – November 8, 1908

Silver City

  1. Mining Reporter (The) April 22 – August 6, 1876
  2. Silver City Reporter October 5 – December 5, 1876

Sutro

  1. Sutro Independent September 25, 1875 – November 22, 1880

Yerington

  1. Mason Valley Tidings March 25, 1893 – November 29, 1894
  2. Rustler (The) February 28, 1895 – May 25, 1900
  3. Lyon County Monitor June 8, 1900 – March 7, 1902
  4. Yerington Times August 2, 1919 – December 1931
  5. Mason Valley News August 6, 1909 – Current

Newspapers in Mineral County, Nevada

Mineral County Nevada is located on the Nevada-California border and is the fourth-least populous county in Nevada. Mineral County was carved out of Esmeralda County in 1911 shortly after the county seat of Esmeralda was moved to Goldfield in 1907.

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Aurora

  1. Esmeralda Star May 17, July 5, September 20, 1862; November 18, December 30, 1863
  2. Aurora Daily Times November 27, 28, 30, December 1, 9, 11, 12, 1863; July 11, October 7, 1864
  3. Esmeralda Daily Union March 23, 1864 – March 15, 1865; November 27, 1867 – October 3, 1868
  4. Esmeralda Herald October 20, 1877 – July 29, 1882; August 18, 1883 – April 19, 1884
  5. Aurora Borealis December 3, 1905

Battle Mountain

  1. Measure for Measure March 6 – October 9, 1875
  2. Battle Mountain Messenger December 1877 – September 17, 1881
  3. Lander Free Press July 8, 1881 – December 28, 1882
  4. Central Nevadan June 16, 1885 – November 28, 1907
  5. Battle Mountain Herald December 19, 1907 – May 18, 1911
  6. Battle Mountain Scout July 16, 1913 – May 24, 1962
  7. Battle Mountain Bugle May 27, 1976 – Current
  8. Reese River Valley Times September 5, 1980 – December 31, 1981

Bovard

  1. Bovard Booster April 28, 1908

Candelaria

  1. True Fissure    June 12, 1880 – December 4, 1886
  2. Chloride Belt December 10, 1890 – December 24, 1892

Carlin

  1. Commonwealth    September 14, 1910 – October 28, 1914
  2. Western Home Builder    August 15, 1914 – November 23, 1916 (Changed To Nevada Home Builder) (Scattered Issues June 6, 1914 – October 10, 1919)
  3. Nevada Democrat    February 23, 1917 – April 13, 1917
  4. Carlin Courier           May 7 – August 4, 1976
  5. Carlin Express           November 27, 1991 – Current

Hawthorne

  1. Oasis (The) September 8, 1881
  2. Walker Lake Bulletin March 14, 1883 – October 25, 1924 (Missing: 1889, 1906 – 1911)
  3. Hawthorne Lucky Boy Post (News) May 12 – October 2, 1909
  4. Hawthorne News June 14, 1931; May 24, August 23, 1933; June 1934 – June 14, 1935
  5. Mineral County Independent May 1, 1933 – Current
  6. Mineral County Democrat January 12 – September 6, 1961
  7. Times Of Mineral County (The) September 1978 – 1981

Lucky Boy

  1. Lucky Boy Mining Record June 10 – September 17, 1909

Mina

  1. Western Nevada Miner 1908 – 1930

Rawhide

  1. Rawhide Rustler January 16, 1907 – April 17, 1909
  2. Rawhide Times January 16, 1908
  3. Rawhide News March 7 – August 1, 1908
  4. Rawhide Press-Times February 1, 1908 – January 20, 1911
  5. Rawhide Miner (The) April 1, 1908

Schurz

  1. Agai Dicutta Yaduan 1975 – June 1977

Newspapers in Nye County, Nevada

One of my favorite counties to explore!

Nye is Nevada’s largest county by area and the third-largest county in the contiguous United States, behind Coconino County of Arizona and San Bernardino County of California. Nye County was established during the American Civil War in 1864 and named after James W. Nye (1815–1876), the first governor of the Nevada Territory and later a U.S. Senator after it was admitted as a state.

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Atwood

  1. Fairplay Prospector – 1907

Beatty

  1. Beatty Bullfrog Miner April 8, 1905 – October 24, 1908
  2. Death Valley Gateway Gazette July 23, 1983 – December 1995
  3. Beatty-AMarchgosa Times July 23, 1982 – July 15, 1983

Belmont

  1. Silver Bend Reporter March 30, May 11, 25, 1867; July 29, 1868
  2. Mountain Champion June 3, 1868 – April 24, 1869
  3. Belmont Courier February 14, 1874 – March 2, 1901

Bullfrog

  1. Bullfrog Miner March 31, 1905 – September 25, 1909

Carrara

  1. Carrara Obelisk    February 7, 1914 – September 9, 1916
  2. Carrara Miner July 21, 1929

Gabbs

  1. Gabbs Gabb June 14, 1943 – August 25, 1944
  2. Gabbs Valley Enterprise 1974 – April 6, 1976

Gold Center

  1. Gold Center News September 29, 1906; January 12, 1907

Grantsville

  1. Grantsville Sun October 19, 1878 – April 16, 1879
  2. Grantsville Bonanza May 7, July 30, 1881

Hornsilver

  1. Hornsilver Herald May 9 – September 12, 1908

Ione

  1. Nye County News June 25, July 2, 9, September 15, 1864; July 1, 1865 – August 11, 1866
  2. Advertiser (The) September 17 – October 29, 1864

Manhattan

  1. Manhattan News April 7, 1906 – July 7, 1907
  2. Manhattan Times July 13 – December 7, 1907
  3. Manhattan Post (The) October 15, 1910 – May 30, 1914
  4. Knocker (The) July Or August 1911
  5. Manhattan Magnet May 25, 1917, March 30, 1918 – September 9, 1922

Pioneer

  • Pioneer Topics February 24 – July 24, 1909

Quartz Mountain

  • Quartz Mountain Miner June 16, 1926

Tybo

  • Tybo Weekly Sun September 1877 – September 1879

Rhyolite

  1. Rhyolite Herald May 25, 1905-April 26, 1907; October 11, 1907-June 22, 1912; March 1909 Special Ed
  2. Rhyolite Daily Bulletin September 23, 1907 – May 31, 1909
  3. Death Valley Prospector November – December 1907

Round Mountain

  1. Round Mountain Nugget June 2, 1906; April 20, 1907; January 4, 1908 – October 23, 1910

Tonopah

  1. Tonopah Weekly Bonanza June 15, 1901 – December 25, 1909
  2. Tonopah Daily Bonanza October 24, 1906 – November 15, 1929 Missing: January 1928 – July 1929
  3. Tonopah Miner (The) December 26, 1902 – November 5, 1921
  4. Tonopah Daily Sun (The); Saturday Mining Edition January 27, 1906 – May 7, 1910
  5. Tonopah Sun January 10, 1905 – July 16, 1910
  6. Tonopah Nevadan October 8 – December 31, 1912
  7. Tonopah Daily Times December 1916 – July 1929
  8. Tonopah Daily Times Bonanza (Tonopah Times Bonanza And Goldfield News) March 1, 1930 – Current
  9. Nevada Democratic Record April 1962 – October 1970

Transvaal

  1. Transvaal Miner April 14, 1906

Newspapers in Pershing County, Nevada

Established in 1919, Pershing County surrounding by Churchill, Humboldt, and Washoe Counties.

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  1. Chafey (Dun Glen)
  2. Chafey News September 26, 1908 – January 23, 1909

Lovelock

  1. Lovelock Tribune (The) May 21, 1898 – February 1, 1912
  2. Argus (The) January 5, 1901 – March 4, 1904
  3. Lovelock Review Miner January 1, 1909 – Current
  4. No. Nevada Weekly Mine Review August 11 – December 29, 1915
  5. Nevada Legionnaire August 7, September 18, 1934 – December 31, 1950

Rochester

  1. Rochester Miner January 23, 1913 – January 7, 1914
  2. Rochester Journal February 2 – May 1, 1913

Unionville

  1. Humboldt Register May 2, 1863 – May 29, 1869; Missing: June 6, 1863 (For Humboldt Register After May 1869, See Winnemucca)
  2. Silver State 1870 – 1874 (See Winnemucca After 1874)

Vernon

  1. Vernon Miner March 1, 1907

Newspapers in Storey County, Nevada

Storey County was created in 1861 and named for Captain Edward Farris Storey, who was killed in 1860 in the Pyramid Lake War. It was the most populous county in Nevada when organized in 1861. 

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Gold Hill

  1. Gold Hill Daily News October 12, 1863 – April 1882
  2. Daily Morning Message June 16, 1864
  3. People’s Tribune (The) January – June 1870

Virginia City

  1. Territorial Enterprise 1859; 1861: July 20, November 17; 1863: January 10, March 31, April 3, May 8; April 6, 1865 – December 30, 1866; January – December 1867; January – November 3, 1868; January – November 5, 1869; 1870 – February 11, 1970 – In-House Card Catalog Index: 1859 – 1881
  2. Virginia Daily Union January 21, September 27, December 5, 10, 1863; 1864 – February 1867
  3. Virginia Evening Bulletin July 6, 1863 – May 16, 1864 Missing March 1864
  4. Daily Old Piute May 17, June 18, August 25, 27, 1864
  5. Washoe Stock Circular May 25, 1864
  6. Daily Evening Washoe Herald July 2, 1864
  7. Daily Constitution December 23, 1864
  8. Daily Trespass (The) February 6, 1867 – October 3, 1868
  9. Daily Safeguard October 5, 1868 – February 1, 1869
  10. Virginia Evening Chronicle April 8, 1872 – November 9, 1962
  11. Footlight (The) February 1874; November 8, 1875 – January 25, 1887
  12. Daily Independent (The) July 15 – December 24, 1874
  13. Lariat (The) August 1877
  14. Daily Stage (The) March 18, 21, 1878; September – November 1880
  15. Occasional (The) August 19, 1886
  16. Evening Report (The) February 2, 1887 – November 30, 1888; January 3, 1898 – December 31, 1903
  17. Republican Principles 1888
  18. Campaign Notes October 8 – November 6, 1900
  19. Monday Budget December 24, 1917 – November 4, 1918; August 29, 1927 – December 23, 1929
  20. Virginia City News January – February 1934; March 1936 – June 30, 1951
  21. Virginia City Times 1958, 1961
  22. Sun Mountain Sentinel January 1, 1964 – February 1965
  23. Virginia City Times Bonanza August 8 – December 27, 1969
  24. Virginia City Legend November 23, 1970 – December 28, 1973
  25. Virginia City News January – December 1986
  26. Comstock Chronicle July 31, 1987 – Current

Newspapers in Washoe County, Nevada

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Crystal Bay

  1. Villager     August 18, 1961 – January 10, 1963
  2. North Tahoe World   May 1, 1969 – April 17, 1970

Gerlach

  1. Gerlach Express June 19, 1914
  2. Valley Press December 15, 1961 – February 23, 1962

Granite

  1. Granite Times April 17 – May 1, 1908

Incline

  1. North Lake Tahoe Bonanza September 1981 – Current
  2. High Sierra Times November 16, 1976 – December 31, 1978

Reno

  1. Reno Crescent (Daily Evening Crescent) July 4, 1868 – June 16, 1875
  2. Weekly Nevada State Journal November 23, 1870 – December 1891
  3. Nevada State Journal November 1870 – September 30, 1983
  4. Reno Evening Gazette March 1876 – Current
  5. Daily Evening Record August 5 – November 18, 1878
  6. Reno Annual Advertiser (The) December 25, 1878
  7. Plaindealer (The) March 28, 1881 – November 22, 1884
  8. Reno Times (The) January 16 – September 13, 1882
  9. Reno Bazaar December 1882
  10. Daily Morning Star October 21, 1884
  11. Free Lance (The) November 13, December 1889
  12. Snowbound (The) January 31, 1890
  13. Cyclone Occasional (The) May 23, 1891
  14. Nevada Citizen (The) June, December 1897
  15. Reno Ledger (The) November 4, 1899 – October 31, 1903
  16. Evening Telegram April 9 – June 25, 1903
  17. Nevada Observer January 1904 – March 1908
  18. Star (The) February 1, 1904
  19. Progressive West 1905 – 1907
  20. Nevada Mining Investor October 15, 1906 – June 15, 1907
  21. Lantern (The) December 10, 1907 – April 8, 1928
  22. Reno Daily American (The) July 2 – 25, 1908
  23. Italian-French Colony November 14, 1908 – February 20, 1909
  24. Mining Digest (The) December 1, 1908
  25. Nevada Churchman (The) December 1908 – December 1912
  26. Mining Financial News July 27, 1907 – May 27, 1909
  27. Nevada Mines And Farms December 26, 1911 – December 31, 1912
  28. Reno Whooperup May 1, 1909, January 20, 1910
  29. Reno Nevada Weekly August 1907 – February 1911
  30. Voice Of The People October 10, 1910 – June 22, 1911
  31. Nevada Bugle (The) June 29 – August 10, 1912
  32. Nevada Rockroller June – September 1914
  33. Nevada Socialist September 1914 – November 1, 1916
  34. Nevada Democrat October 10 – November 2, 1914, December 25, 1914 – September 3, 1915
  35. Western Miner 1915 – 1916, 1919, March – May 1927
  36. Bolletino Del Nevada June 19, 1915 – May 26, 1944
  37. Nevada Federationist September 24, 1915, June 5, 1919
  38. Nevadan (The) October 17 – October 31, 1916
  39. Nevada Observer November 21, 1917 – May 15, 1918
  40. Fighting Mechanic (The) August 10 – November 2, 1918
  41. Nevada Mining Press September 9, 1921 – May 22, 1931
  42. Elks Show Message May 11, 1921
  43. Theatre Herald October 4, 1921 – December 31, 1922
  44. Nevada Searchlight September 14, 1922
  45. Sagebrush Legionnaire February 10 – October 26, 1922
  46. Nevada Liberal (Intermountain Liberal) August 1924 – October 1926
  47. Nevada Voice (The) March 1926 – April 1927
  48. Reno News (The) November 27, 1930
  49. Nevada State Builder April 24, 1931 – June 29, 1932
  50. Nevada Labor Record March 4, 1932 – September 22, 1933
  51. Reno State Economist April 14, 1932
  52. Nevada Register (The) December 4, 1953 – December 1972
  53. Nevada State Labor News September 25, 1942 – November 22, 1957
  54. Flyer 1943 – 1945; Missing January – December 1944; February 10 – March 3, March 17, March 31- June 23, July 11, 1945
  55. News From The Base 1945
  56. Reno Reminder June 1 – December 31, 1945
  57. Reno Reporter January 6 – June 30, 1949, June 30 – March 2, 1950
  58. Caprileno April 1, 1948 – June 1949
  59. Reno Shopping News Reminder January 9 – December 31, 1947, June 2, 9, 1949
  60. Nevada Independent And Reno Reporter August 22, 1947 – December 30, 1948, March 9 – June 29, October 14, 1950
  61. Boots & Chutes 1954 – April 1955
  62. Independent (The) February 27, 1956 – November 10, 1958
  63. Vigilant Reporter August 22 – October 4, 1957
  64. Sentinel (The) April 1961
  65. Reno News July 23 – September 17, 1959
  66. Action December 1960 – March 1961; July 1966 – October 1971
  67. Washoe Co. Citizen (The) October 24, 1960 – June 22, 1961
  68. Nevada Veterans Journal April 1963 – October 1970
  69. Native Nevadan March 1964 – December 1985
  70. Citizen (The) December 15, 1965 – August 30, 1966
  71. Home And The Range February – July 1968
  72. Nevadian January 1979 – October 1981
  73. Ahora July 23, 1987 – Current
  74. Reno News & Review July 1995 – Current
  75. Nevada Weekly November 17, 1993 – June 1995
  76. Mining World News February – December 1996
  77. Lightbearer (The) March – November 15, 1994

Sparks

  1. Harriman Herald February 13, March 26, 1904
  2. Sparks Headlight January 21, 1905
  3. Sparks Dispatch January 21 – December 27, 1905
  4. Nevada Forum January 3, 1906 – April 27, 1910
  5. Nevada Methodist (The) September 1907
  6. Magnet February 5, 1910
  7. Sparks Tribune September 1, 1910 – Current
  8. Saturday Reporter (The) November 20, 1915
  9. Nevada Sportsman March 23, 1956 – September 20, 1957
  10. Sparks Advertiser August 29 – October 10, 1958
  11. Nevada Federal Journal September 1964
  12. Nevada State Public Observer December 1964
  13. Hearth And Home July 29 – October 28, 1966
  14. Nevada Rancher (The) May 1971 – December 1999 – Missing: 1979 – 1992, 1994, 1996
  15. Valley Green Sheet November 8 – December 20, 1972

Sun Valley

  1. Valley Outlook December 18, 1972 – July 12, 1973

Wadsworth

  1. Wadsworth Dispatch (The) September 21,, 1898 – December 23, 1904; Some Missing Issues
  2. Nevadian Times December 16, 1927 – July 26, 1935; Many Missing Issues Ward

Washoe City

  1. Washoe Times January 10, 24, 31, February 28, July 11, September 19, November 7, 1863
  2. Old Pah-Utah December 26, 1863
  3. Washoe Weekly Star August 27, December 31, 1864; January 7, 1865
  4. Washoe Weekly Times January 28 – November 4, 1865
  5. Eastern Slope December 1865 – June 1868

Newspapers in White Pine County Nevada

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Cherry Creek

  1. Independent (The)    January 18 – February 24, 1878
  2. Cherry Creek Miner April 15, 1903

Ely

  1. White Pine News December 26, 1868 – December 1923 (Missing: September 1870 – March 1872; May 10 – November 7, 1872; October 1873 – February 1875; June 12, 1878 – April 30, 1880)
    Searchable Digital Version Januaryuary 1, 1881 – September. 4, 1906
  2. Amateur Outlook August 1904
  3. Ely Record (Mining Record) (The) March 4, 1905 – August 31, 1981
  4. Ely Mining Expositor October 1906 – June 1915
  5. White Pine Suffragist October 31, 1914
  6. Ely (Daily) Times January 1921 – Current

Hamilton

  1. Inland Empire March 27, 1869 – April 10, 1870; October 4 – November 9, 1870

Mcgill

  1. Copper Ore February 11, 1909 – June 11, 1914

Ward

  1. Ward Miner November 24, 1876 – March 29, 1877
  2. Ward Reflex April 19, 1877 – April 25, 1883; May 17, 1884
  3. White Pine Reflex June 21, 1884 – August 12, 1885

Unknown Counties

Columbia

  1. Columbia Topics      October 14, 1908 – June 24, 1909

Divide City

  1. Divide City Times March 29, April 5, 12, 19, 1919 Dutch Creek
  2. Dutch Creek News February 1, April 1, May 1, 1907

Jumbo

  1. Jumbo Miner April 4 – July 25, 1908

Kennedy

  1. Nevada New Era October 21, 1893; June 2, July 14, August 4, 1894

Kimberly

  1. Kimberly News February 17 – December 17, 1910

National

  1. Miner (The) December 9, 1910 – September 26, 1913

Safford

  1. Safford Express June 2, 9, 1883

References

  1. Nevada Historical Society – Nevada Newspaper List
  2. UNLV – Nevada Newspapers

Nevada Newspapers