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How to Use This Directory

The Arizona Media Directory is published annually by ANA Advertising Services, Inc., the marketing subsidiary of the Arizona Newspapers Association. Since 2015, through the cooperation of the Arizona Broadcasters Association (ABA), we now include broadcast media organizations in our listings. The directory is designed to quickly and easily provide information about the ANA’s daily weekly, semiweekly, monthly, and semimonthly newspaper members, as well as college student newspapers and local online news organizations. The information you will find includes the address, telephone and fax numbers, Internet and e-mail addresses, frequency, parent company, circulation, cities of principal circulation, county and management personnel. Advertising rates can change without notice, so please feel free to contact ANA’s Ad Placement Department for the most up-todate advertising rate information. Please note the ANA method for determining circulation listed in this directory for members via sworn publisher statements is an average of six time periods during the 2019 calendar year. Circulation of many newspapers in Arizona may vary because of the arrival and departure of winter visitors and other factors. For the benefit of advertisers, the front section of this directory lists member newspapers by: - city of principal circulation: pages 4-5; - by frequency: page 6; - by county: page 9; - by circulation: page 10. We hope you find this directory a useful source of information about Arizona’s newspapers and other media organizations.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

ANA Advertising Services Media Kit........14-17 Arizona State Map/Cities & Counties.............. 8 Associate Members.......................................... 53 Board of Directors............................................ 13 Hall of Fame Honorees.................................... 65 How to Use This Directory................................ 1 Member Services & Benefits......................67-68 Members with Print Facilities......................... 53 Newspapers Alphabetical by Name.................. 3 Newspapers by Circulation Totals.................. 10 Newspapers by City of Principal Circulation .4-5 Newspapers by College & University............. 52 Newspapers by County...................................... 9 Newspapers by Frequency................................ 6 Newspapers, Daily, by City.....................21-24 Newspaper Families......................................... 11 Newspapers, Monthly & Semimonthly, ...... by City��������������������������������������������������������� 48-51 Newspapers, Weekly & Semiweekly, ............ by City..........................................................27-46 Newspaper of the Year Recipients.................. 64 News Services................................................... 54 Past ANA Presidents........................................ 66 Radio Stations, by City...............................55-57 Staff Members.................................................... 2 State, Regional and International Press............. Associations.................................................60-63 Television Stations, by City............................. 57

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NEWSPAPERS ALPHABETICAL by NAME A

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Ahwatukee Foothills News . . . . . . . 38 Ajo Copper News . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Apache Junction/Gold Canyon Independent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 Apache Junction & Gold Canyon News . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Arizona Business Gazette . . . . . . . . 39 Arizona Capitol Times . . . . . . . . . . 39 Arizona City Independent/Edition . 48 Arizona Daily Star (Tucson) . . . . . . 23 Arizona Daily Sun (Flagstaff) . . . . . 21 Arizona Daily Wildcat (University of Arizona) . . . . . . . . . . 52 Arizona Informant. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Arizona Jewish Post (Tucson). . . . . 50 Arizona Range News (Willcox) . . . 45 Arizona Republic, The . . . . . . . . . . 22 Arizona Silver Belt (Globe-Miami) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 AZ Chinese News (Phoenix) . . . . . 40 Aztec Press (Pima Community College) . . . . . . 52

Glendale Independent . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Glendale Star, The . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Green Valley News . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33

C Camp Verde Bugle . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Camp Verde Journal, The . . . . . . . . 28 Casa Grande Dispatch . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Chino Valley Review . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Coolidge Examiner . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Copper Basin News (Kearny) . . . . . 34 Copper Country News (Globe-Miami) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Copper Era, The (Clifton) . . . . . . . . 29 Cottonwood Journal Extra . . . . . . . 30

D Daily Courier, The (Prescott) . . . . . 22 Daily Independent (Sun City) . . . . . 23 Daily Territorial, The (Tucson) . . . . 23 Douglas Dispatch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30

e Eastern Arizona Courier (Safford) . 41 East Valley Tribune . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Eloy Enterprise . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Explorer Newspaper (Tucson) . . . . 44

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Florence Reminder & Blade-Tribune . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Foothills Focus (New River). . . . . . 36 Fort Apache Scout (Whiteriver) . . . 51 Fountain Hills Times, The. . . . . . . . 31

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Herald/Review (Bisbee-Sierra Vista) . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

I Inside Tucson Business . . . . . . . . . . 51

L Lake Powell Chronicle (Page) . . . . 36 Lumberjack, The (Northern Arizona University) . . . . 52

M Marana News . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Maricopa Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Miner, The . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Mohave Valley Daily News (Bullhead City) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21

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Navajo-Hopi Observer (Flagstaff) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Navajo Times (Window Rock) . . . . 46 Nogales International . . . . . . . . . . . 36

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State Press, The (Arizona State University) . . . . . . . 52 Sun City Independent . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Sun City West Independent . . . . . . . 43 Superior Sun . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Surprise Independent . . . . . . . . . . . 44

T Today’s News-Herald (Lake Havasu City) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Tombstone Epitaph, The (University of Arizona) . . . . . . . . . . 52 Town of Paradise Valley Independent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Tribune, The (Holbrook) . . . . . . . . . 33 Tucson Weekly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45

V Verde Independent (Cottonwood) . . 30 Voice, The (Glendale Community College) . . . 52

W West Valley View (Avondale) . . . . . 41 White Mountain Independent (Show Low) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Wickenburg Sun, The . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Williams-Grand Canyon News . . . . 46

y Yuma Sun . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

O’odham Action News (Scottsdale, Salt River Pima Indian Community) . . . 50

P Parker Pioneer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Payson Roundup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Peoria Independent . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Peoria Times . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Phoenix Business Journal . . . . . . . . 40 Prescott Valley Tribune . . . . . . . . . . 41

Q Queen Creek Independent . . . . . . . . 49

R Record Reporter, The (Phoenix) . . . 40

S Sahuarita Sun . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 San Carlos Apache Moccasin . . . . . 33 San Manuel Miner. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 San Pedro Valley News-Sun (Benson) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 SanTan Sun News (Chandler) . . . . . 48 Scottsdale Independent . . . . . . . . . . 50 Sedona Red Rock News . . . . . . . . . 42 Standard, The (Kingman) . . . . . . . . 34 2020 Arizona Media Directory

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NEWSPAPERS ALPHABETICAL by CITIES of PRINCIPAL CIRCULATION Ahwatukee Ahwatukee Foothills News ............................................Page 38 Ajo Ajo Copper News...........................................................Page 27 Anthem Foothills Focus ...............................................................Page 36 Apache Junction Apache Junction/Gold Canyon Independent .................Page 48 Apache Junction & Gold Canyon News ........................Page 27 Arizona City Arizona City Independent/Edition .................................Page 48 Avondale West Valley View ..........................................................Page 41 Benson San Pedro Valley News-Sun ..........................................Page 27 Bisbee Herald/Review ...............................................................Page 22 Black Canyon City Foothills Focus ...............................................................Page 36 Buckeye West Valley View ...............................................................Page 41 Bullhead City Mohave Valley Daily News ...........................................Page 21 Camp Verde Camp Verde Bugle.........................................................Page 28 The Camp Verde Journal ..............................................Page 28 Carefree Foothills Focus ...............................................................Page 36 Casa Grande Casa Grande Dispatch ....................................................Page 28 Cave Creek Foothills Focus ...............................................................Page 36 Chandler East Valley Tribune .......................................................Page 35 SanTan Sun News ..........................................................Page 48 Chino Valley Chino Valley Review .....................................................Page 29 Clifton The Copper Era ..............................................................Page 29 Coolidge Coolidge Examiner ........................................................Page 29 Cottonwood Cottonwood Journal Extra .............................................Page 30 Verde Independent .........................................................Page 30 Desert Hills Foothills Focus ...............................................................Page 36 Douglas Douglas Dispatch ...........................................................Page 30 eagar White Mountain Independent ........................................Page 43 eloy Eloy Enterprise...............................................................Page 49

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Flagstaff Arizona Daily Sun..........................................................Page 21 Navajo - Hopi Observer .................................................Page 31 Florence Florence Reminder and Blade-Tribune ..........................Page 31 Fountain Hills The Fountain Hills Times ..............................................Page 31 Gilbert East Valley Tribune .......................................................Page 35 SanTan Sun News ..........................................................Page 48 Glendale Glendale Independent ....................................................Page 49 Glendale Star..................................................................Page 32 Globe Arizona Silver Belt ........................................................Page 32 Copper Country News....................................................Page 32 San Carlos Apache Moccasin ........................................Page 33 Gold Canyon Apache Junction/Gold Canyon Independent .................Page 48 Apache Junction & Gold Canyon News ........................Page 27 Goodyear West Valley View ...............................................................Page 41 Grand Canyon Williams-Grand Canyon News ......................................Page 46 Green Valley Green Valley News ........................................................Page 33 Hayden Copper Basin News........................................................Page 34 Heber-overgaard White Mountain Independent ........................................Page 43 Holbrook The Tribune....................................................................Page 33 Kearny Copper Basin News........................................................Page 34 Kingman The Miner.......................................................................Page 34 The Standard ..................................................................Page 34 Lake Havasu City Today’s News-Herald ....................................................Page 21 Litchfield Park West Valley View ...............................................................Page 41 Marana Marana News .................................................................Page 35 Maricopa Maricopa Monitor ..........................................................Page 35 Mesa East Valley Tribune .......................................................Page 35 Miami Arizona Silver Belt ........................................................Page 32 Copper Country News....................................................Page 32 San Carlos Apache Moccasin ........................................Page 33

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NEWSPAPERS ALPHABETICAL by CITIES of PRINCIPAL CIRCULATION New River Foothills Focus ...............................................................Page 36 Nogales Nogales International .....................................................Page 36 oracle San Manuel Miner..........................................................Page 42 Page Lake Powell Chronicle...................................................Page 36 Paradise Valley Town of Paradise Valley Independent .......................... Page 37 Parker Parker Pioneer ................................................................Page 37 Payson Payson Roundup ............................................................Page 37 Peoria Peoria Times ..................................................................Page 38 Peoria Independent.........................................................Page 38 Phoenix Ahwatukee Foothills News ............................................Page 38 Arizona Business Gazette ..............................................Page 39 Arizona Capitol Times ...................................................Page 39 Arizona Informant ..........................................................Page 39 The Arizona Republic ....................................................Page 22 AZ Chinese News ..........................................................Page 40 Phoenix Business Journal ..............................................Page 40 The Record Reporter ......................................................Page 40 West Valley View ..........................................................Page 41 Pinetop-Lakeside White Mountain Independent ........................................Page 43 Prescott The Daily Courier ..........................................................Page 22 Prescott Valley Prescott Valley Tribune .................................................Page 41 Queen Creek Queen Creek Independent ..............................................Page 49 Safford Eastern Arizona Courier ................................................Page 41 Sahuarita Sahuarita Sun .................................................................Page 42 San Carlos San Carlos Apache Moccasin ........................................Page 33 San Manuel San Manuel Miner..........................................................Page 42 San Tan Valley SanTan Sun News ..........................................................Page 48 Scottsdale O’odham Action News ................................................. Page 50 Scottsdale Independent ..................................................Page 50 Sedona Sedona Red Rock News .................................................Page 42 Show Low White Mountain Independent ........................................Page 43

Sierra Vista Herald/Review ...............................................................Page 22 Snowflake The Tribune....................................................................Page 33 White Mountain Independent ........................................Page 43 Springerville White Mountain Independent ........................................Page 43 Sun City Daily Independent ..........................................................Page 23 Sun City Independent.....................................................Page 43 Sun City West Daily Independent ..........................................................Page 23 Sun City West Independent ...........................................Page 43 Superior Superior Sun..................................................................Page 44 Surprise Daily Independent ..........................................................Page 23 Surprise Independent .....................................................Page 44 Taylor The Tribune....................................................................Page 33 White Mountain Independent ........................................Page 43 Tempe East Valley Tribune .......................................................Page 35 Tolleson West Valley View ..........................................................Page 41 Tucson Arizona Daily Star .........................................................Page 23 Arizona Jewish Post .......................................................Page 50 Daily Territorial .............................................................Page 23 Explorer..........................................................................Page 44 Inside Tucson Business ..................................................Page 51 Marana News .................................................................Page 35 Tucson Weekly ..............................................................Page 45 Wickenburg The Wickenburg Sun .....................................................Page 45 Willcox Arizona Range News .....................................................Page 45 Williams Williams-Grand Canyon News ......................................Page 46 Window Rock, Navajo Nation Navajo Times .................................................................Page 46 Whiteriver Fort Apache Scout..........................................................Page 51 White Mountain Independent ........................................Page 43 yuma Yuma Sun.......................................................................Page 24

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NEWSPAPERS by FREQUENCY DAILIeS

(4 times a week or more) 1. Arizona Daily Star (Tucson) 2. Arizona Daily Sun (Flagstaff) 3. The Arizona Republic (Phoenix) 4. The Daily Courier (Prescott) 5. Daily Independent (Sun City) 6. The Daily Territorial (Tucson) 7. Herald/Review (Sierra Vista) 8. Mohave Valley Daily News (Bullhead City) 9. Today’s News-Herald (Lake Havasu City) 10. Yuma Sun

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(Up to 3 times a week) Ahwatukee Foothills News Ajo Copper News Apache Junction & Gold Canyon News Arizona Business Gazette Arizona Capitol Times Arizona Informant Arizona Range News (Willcox) Arizona Silver Belt (Globe-Miami) AZ Chinese News (Phoenix) Camp Verde Bugle *** The Camp Verde Journal Casa Grande Dispatch*** Chino Valley Review Coolidge Examiner Copper Basin News (Kearny)

16. Copper Country News (Globe-Miami) 17. The Copper Era (Clifton) 18. Cottonwood Journal Extra 19. Douglas Dispatch 20. Eastern Arizona Courier (Safford)** 21. East Valley Tribune 22. Explorer Newspaper (Tucson) 23. Florence Reminder & Blade-Tribune 24. Foothills Focus (New River) 25. The Fountain Hills Times 26. The Glendale Star 27. Green Valley News** 28. Lake Powell Chronicle (Page) 29. Marana News 30. Maricopa Monitor 31. The Miner (Kingman) *** 32. Navajo-Hopi Observer (Flagstaff) 33. Navajo Times (Window Rock) 34. Nogales International**

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Parker Pioneer Payson Roundup** Peoria Independent Peoria Times Phoenix Business Journal Prescott Valley Tribune The Record Reporter (Phoenix)*** Sahuarita Sun San Carlos Apache Moccasin San Manuel Miner San Pedro Valley News-Sun (Benson) Sedona Red Rock News** The Standard (Kingman) Sun City Independent Sun City West Independent Superior Sun Surprise Independent Town of Paradise Valley Independent The Tribune (Holbrook) Tucson Weekly

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55. The Verde Independent (Cottonwood)*** 56. West Valley View (Avondale) 57. White Mountain Independent (Show Low)** 58. The Wickenburg Sun 59. Williams-Grand Canyon News

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Apache Junction/Gold Canyon Independent 2. Arizona City Independent/Edition 3. Arizona Jewish Post (Tucson) 4. Eloy Enterprise 5. Fort Apache Scout (Whiteriver) 6. Glendale Independent 7. Inside Tucson Business 8. O’odham Action News (Scottsdale, Salt River Pima Indian Community) 9. Queen Creek Independent 10. SanTan Sun News (Chandler) 11. Scottsdale Independent

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WILLIAMS-GRAND CANYON NEWS Covering Williams, Ashfork, Seligman and the Grand Canyon, AZ Paid Circulation: 3,100

NAVAJO HOPI OBSERVER Covering the Navajo and Hopi Nations Free Distribution: 14,895

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THE KINGMAN DAILY MINER SMART BUYER Covering Kingman, AZ Paid Circulation: 7,049 Mailed/Home Delivered TMC Distribution: 22,756

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TODAY’S NEWS HERALD SMART BUYER Covering Lake Havasu City, AZ Paid Circulation: 13,697 Mailed/Home Delivered TMC Distribution: 17,500

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KUDOS Covering Sedona, AZ Mailed TMC Distribution: 9,136

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Prescott Valley Parker

VERDE INDEPENDENT/ THE BUGLE / SMART SHOPPER Covering Cottonwood and Camp Verde, AZ Paid Circulation: 3,947 Mailed/Home Delivered TMC Distribution: 19,545

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1 THE PRESCOTT DAILY COURIER SMART SHOPPER Covering Prescott, Prescott Valley, Chino Valley, Dewey and Mayer, AZ Paid Circulation: 13,977 Mailed/Home Delivered TMC Distribution: 53,677

5 PARKER PIONEER Covering Parker, AZ Paid Circulation: 4,005

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CHINO VALLEY REVIEW Covering Chino Valley and Paulden, AZ Free Distribution: 6,422

PRESCOTT VALLEY TRIBUNE Covering Prescott Valley, Dewey and Mayer, AZ Free Distribution: 15,390

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NEWSPAPERS by COUNTY Apache

AZ Chinese News (Phoenix)

Explorer Newspaper (Tucson)

Navajo Times (Window Rock)

Daily Independent (Sun City West)

Green Valley News

White Mountain Independent (Show Low)

East Valley Tribune

Inside Tucson Business

Foothills Focus

Marana News

Fountain Hills Times

Sahuarita Sun

Arizona Range News (Willcox)

The Glendale Star

SanTanValley.com

Douglas Dispatch

Glendale Independent

Tucson Weekly

Herald/Review (Sierra Vista)

O’odham Action News (Scottsdale, Salt River Pima Indian Community)

Cochise

San Pedro Valley News-Sun (Benson)

Coconino

Peoria Times

Pinal Apache Junction/Gold Canyon Independent

Peoria Independent

Apache Junction & Gold Canyon News

The Arizona Daily Sun (Flagstaff)

Phoenix Business Journal

Arizona City Independent/Edition

Lake Powell Chronicle (Page)

Queen Creek Independent

Casa Grande Dispatch

Navajo-Hopi Observer (Flagstaff)

The Record Reporter (Phoenix)

Coolidge Examiner

Sedona Red Rock News

SanTan Sun News (Chandler)

Copper Basin News (Kearny)

Williams-Grand Canyon News

Scottsdale Independent

Eloy Enterprise

Sun City Independent

Florence Reminder and Blade-Tribune

Sun City West Independent

Maricopa Monitor

Arizona Silver Belt (Globe-Miami)

Surprise Independent

Queen Creek Independent

Copper Basin News (Kearny)

Town of Paradise Valley Independent

San Manuel Miner

Copper Country News (Globe-Miami)

West Valley View (Avondale)

Superior Sun

Payson Roundup

Wickenburg Sun

San Carlos Apache Moccasin (GlobeMiami, San Carlos)

Mohave

Gila

Graham Eastern Arizona Courier (Safford)

Greenlee The Copper Era (Clifton)

La Paz Parker Pioneer

Maricopa

The Miner (Kingman) Mohave Valley Daily News (Bullhead City)

Santa Cruz Nogales International

yavapai Camp Verde Bugle

The Standard (Kingman)

The Camp Verde Journal

Today’s News-Herald (Lake Havasu City)

Chino Valley Review

Navajo

Cottonwood Journal Extra

Fort Apache Scout (Whiteriver) The Tribune (Holbrook) White Mountain Independent (Show Low)

Ahwatukee Foothills News

Pima

Arizona Business Gazette

Ajo Copper News

Arizona Capitol Times

Arizona Daily Star (Tucson)

Arizona Informant

Arizona Jewish Post (Tucson)

The Arizona Republic

The Daily Territorial (Tucson)

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The Daily Courier (Prescott) Prescott Valley Tribune The Verde Independent (Cottonwood)

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NEWSPAPERS by CIRCULATION The Arizona Republic ....................................................... 209,710 East Valley Tribune ........................................................... 158,915 Arizona Daily Star ............................................................ 108,282 Scottsdale Independent ....................................................... 74,061 West Valley View ................................................................ 71,067 Apache Junction/Gold Canyon Independent ...................... 33,030 Explorer (Tucson) ............................................................... 30,466 SanTan Sun News ............................................................... 29,412 Tucson Weekly .................................................................... 27,975 Ahwatukee Foothills News ................................................. 27,893 Surprise Independent .......................................................... 26,538 Queen Creek Independent ................................................... 23,217 Glendale Independent ......................................................... 22,545 Peoria Independent.............................................................. 20,645 Sun City Independent.......................................................... 19,475 Apache Junction & Gold Canyon News ............................. 17,350 Navajo Times ...................................................................... 15,473 Navajo-Hopi Observer (Flagstaff) ...................................... 15,000 The Daily Courier ............................................................... 14,946 Arizona Informant ............................................................... 14,680 Prescott Valley Tribune ....................................................... 14,098 Phoenix Business Journal ................................................... 13,433 Foothills Focus (New River)............................................... 12,760 Glendale Star....................................................................... 12,418 Peoria Times........................................................................ 12,407 Sun City West Independent ................................................. 12,267

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Marana News ...................................................................... 12,163 Copper Country News (Globe-Miami) ............................... 10,825 Yuma Sun .............................................................................. 8,413 Camp Verde Journal/Cottonwood Journal Extra................... 8,400 Town of Paradise Valley Independent ................................... 8,109 Today’s News-Herald............................................................ 8,062 The Standard (Kingman)....................................................... 7,950 Sahuarita Sun ........................................................................ 7,686 Mohave Valley Daily News .................................................. 7,222 Arizona Daily Sun.................................................................. 6,916 Arizona Jewish Post (Tucson)............................................... 6,765 Herald/Review ...................................................................... 6,755 Green Valley News................................................................ 6,341 Chino Valley Review ............................................................ 6,034 Douglas Dispatch .................................................................. 5,802 White Mountain Independent ............................................... 5,583 Casa Grande Dispatch ........................................................... 5,474 Eastern Arizona Courier (Safford) ........................................ 5,167 Payson Roundup ................................................................... 4,830 Arizona City Independent/Edition ........................................ 4,539 Inside Tucson Business ......................................................... 4,453 The Miner (Kingman) ........................................................... 4,313 Sedona Red Rock News ........................................................ 4,295 O’Odham Action News (Scottsdale) ...................................... 3,800 Fountain Hills Times ............................................................. 3,519 The Tribune (Holbrook) ........................................................ 3,193 Wickenburg Sun .................................................................... 2,903 Maricopa Monitor ................................................................. 2,835 Daily Independent ................................................................. 2,722 AZ Chinese News/AZ Chinese American ............................ 2,560 Camp Verde Bugle/The Verde Independent .......................... 2,267 Arizona Range News (Willcox) ............................................ 2,163 Parker Pioneer ....................................................................... 2,029 Nogales International ............................................................ 1,900 San Pedro Valley News-Sun (Benson) .................................. 1,666 Fort Apache Scout (Whiteriver) ............................................ 1,600 Copper Era (Clifton) ............................................................. 1,382 Lake Powell Chronicle.......................................................... 1,313 Arizona Capitol Times .......................................................... 1,293 San Manuel Miner................................................................. 1,282 Copper Basin News (Kearny) ............................................... 1,214 Williams-Grand Canyon News ............................................. 1,002 Ajo Copper News..................................................................... 959 Arizona Silver Belt (Globe-Miami) ......................................... 890 San Carlos Apache Moccasin................................................... 890 Superior Sun............................................................................. 694 Coolidge Examiner .................................................................. 675 Florence Reminder and Blade-Tribune .................................... 622 Eloy Enterprise......................................................................... 296 The Daily Territorial ............................................................... 207 Arizona Business Gazette ........................................................ 193 Record Reporter (Phoenix) ........................................................ 56

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NEWSPAPER FAMILIES Brehm Communications, Inc.

16644 W. Bernardo Drive, Suite 300, San Diego, CA 92127 (858) 451-6200, Fax: (858) 451-3814 Website... www.brehmcommunications.com • Mohave Valley Daily News • Wickenburg Sun

Casa Grande Valley Newspapers Inc.

200 W. 2nd St.,Casa Grande, AZ 85122 (520) 836-7461, Fax: (520) 836-0343 Website ................... www.pinalcentral.com President.................................Ruth Kramer Co-Publisher/Managing Editor ................... .............................. Donovan M. Kramer Jr. Co-Publisher/Advertising Director ............. ........................................... Kara K. Cooper • Arizona City Independent/Edition • Casa Grande Dispatch • Coolidge Examiner • Eloy Enterprise • Florence Reminder & Blade-Tribune • Maricopa Monitor • Sister corporation: White Mountain Publishing, LLC. • Payson Roundup • White Mountain Independent

Copper Area News Publishers

366 Alden Road, P.o. Box 579 Kearny, AZ 85237 (520) 363-5554, Fax: (520) 363-9663 Website .....................www.copperarea.com Publisher .............................. James Carnes • Copper Basin News • Superior Sun • San Manuel Miner

Independent Newsmedia Inc., USA / Valley Newspapers

23043 N. 16th Lane Phoenix, AZ 85027-1331 (623) 445-2800 Website ....................... www.yourvalley.net Publisher .......................... Charlene Bisson East Valley & Metro Phoenix: • Apache Junction/Gold Canyon Independent • Queen Creek Independent • Scottsdale Independent • Town of Paradise Valley Independent West Valley: Daily Independent • Glendale Independent • Peoria Independent • Sun City Independent • Sun City West Independent • Surprise Independent

Larson Newspapers, LLC

P.o. Box 619, Sedona, AZ 86339 (928) 282-5580, Fax: (928) 282-6011 Website ..................www.redrocknews.com General Manager .....................Kyle Larson • Cottonwood Journal Extra • Camp Verde Journal • Sedona Red Rock News

Lee enterprises, Headquarters

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AZARNG installations in Pinal County and nearby communities are: Q The Florence Military Reservation, Florence Q The Rittenhouse Training Site, Queen Creek Q The Picacho Peak Stagefield, Eloy Q The Silverbell Army Heliport, Marana AZARNG and Silverbell Army Heliport account for more than 3,350 direct, indirect and “induced” jobs, generating over $865 million in economic impact throughout the state, according to 2017 figures. ApproximateMark Cowling/PinalCentral ly 5,100 National Guard soldiers train at the Florence Military The main entrance of the Florence Military Reservation, where 150 Reservation each year, averaging to 1,000 Arizona National Guardsmen may be training on any given 29,000 man-use days. Man use is day, is located on State Route 79. defined as use by one person for one day annually. bilities while supporting continued are welcome through Friday. Examples of some JLUS reccommunity growth and economic To read the study and leave a ommendations are: development. Public comments comment, visit pinaljlus.com.

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FLORENCE — With development around the Rittenhouse Training Site near Queen Creek and more on the way, the Arizona Army National Guard should weigh the costs and benefits of moving training elsewhere, according to a study. The Pinal County Joint Land Use Study aims to preserve military readiness and defense capa-

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FLORENCE — Desert Rock Church received a conditional use permit to build in a residential zone west of Hunt Highway at Monday’s Town Council meeting, The church, which began two years ago and currently meets at American Leadership Academy, recently purchased three parcels at 9230 W. Franklin Road. Besides Sunday morning services, the church also plans small-group assemblies, Bible studies, trainings, child care and outreach ministries on the property. “We really want to be a light in our community,” the church’s pastor, Joe Bilbrey, told the council. No other citizens spoke at the public hearing. The Florence Planning and Zoning Commission previously recommended in favor of the permit, subject to several conditions. Vice Mayor John Anderson

FLORENCE — There are

few playoff-bound in PiDoes your homenal need newteamspaint? New carpet? New appliances?   County for winter sports. One constant the past couple of

rently is on a tear with a 7-0 record in power ranking games and is ranked No. 2 in the Class 3A conference. “I think it matters all the time,” Florence coach Robert Bellemare said of his team’s power ranking. “Anytime you’re trying to get into the top eight it’s very difficult to get in there. I just told the girls we have to take care of all the games that are in front of us, one game at a time, just keep winning and everything will take care of itself.” The Gophers’ closest matchup was a four-point win over Snowflake in mid-December, while their other victories range between 24 and 69 points. Bellemare isn’t surprised by his team’s hot start because all his starters are seniors who have been with him since the beginning. “They’ve been together for a

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PHOENIX — Despite a 2017 U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruling and affirmation from the U.S. Supreme Court in 2018, attorneys for Pinal County are again trying to get a lawsuit dismissed in federal court. In June 2018 the Supreme Court declined to review an appeal from Pinal County, seeking to overturn a lower court’s decision to reinstate a wrongful-death case against the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office. Maria Vasquez/PinalCentral Onplay Juneduring 4, 2018, the Florence’s Bryn O’Rourke goes for a layup as Coolidge’s Brooklyn Pablo trails the Tuesday high court denied a petigame in Florence. tion filed by the county’s PinalCentral (2014) counselgame. in February “We 2018 played they know that this is their year, of Tuesday’s that challenged a decision pretty decent and they’re com-Manuel Longoria this is the time to try to do it.” GOPHER BOYS Florence opens to remand trial aThey’re law- was shot and killed pretty for good. On Tuesday, Florence took ing along strong, doesn’t look back in beating filed by theand family of in 2014 after a their passes playing care of business against rival makingsuit Coolidge. | Sports, Page 12 defense Longoria, and that’swho what70-minute chaotic Coolidge with a 69-19 win. The decent Manuel is playing Gophers also did it without two we’re stressing, was shot and killed bygood a police chase and deputy shutting the otherthrough Eloy. long time,” he said. “I’ve been key players in Alex Brown and defensePCSO in 2014. team’s best playerHeath down.” grooming them since they were Sielle Neal, who were injured. Deputy Rankin Brown averaging points chaotic police chase Brown was out due to an ankle freshmen as far as preparing them. shotisthe man after8.6 a 70-minute and Eloy 2.5 steals for with the officers surrounding They got all thrown into the bat- injury she suffered in a tourna- per game through that ended Neal inis the averaging tle when they were freshmen and ment game last week, and Neal is Gophers. Longoria middle of7the street. Rankin was 5.5 rebounds. they took their beatings and stuff. dealing with a nagging hip injury. points and the only officer to use lethal force and Longoria “We played pretty good in They play all the time and they was unarmed when Rankin reportedly shot him in love the game of basketball and the first half,” Bellemare said Girls, Page 12 the back — as he was surrendering. The U.S. Ninth Circuit decided in 2017 to send the case back to the U.S. District Court of Arizonasomething for further proceedings bugging after you?the lower federal court dismissed lawsuit. and New to thethedesert The appellate court determined the evidence don’t know where to start?

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Bruce Walls is sworn in as Florence’s new police chief at Monday night’s Town Council meeting. Walls, a former Peoria police commander, has been on the job in Florence for a month.

FLORENCE — A Mesa man is asking Pinal County for $2 million after he allegedly was roughed up by a sheriff’s deputy in April at Country Thunder. Mason Jones, 20, of Mesa has filed a notice of claim against Pinal County for $2 million in damages, saying Pinal County Sheriff’s Office deputies violated his First Amendment right to free speech for falsely arresting him at

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able to go back,” Roberts said. “Now we’re basically all spread out right now trying to find another place to live.” Roberts describes his son as deputies had a “fun loving kid” who enjoyed Casa Grande Police spokessurrounded ELOY — About 30 volunteers down Glendale. | Sports, 1B playing sports and video games. man Thomas Anderson said the the apartment The owner of Total Network and standoff began when managers scrambled to come together on short complex. The Telecom Solutions LLC, Roberts CASA GRANDE — An were just walking past Laughnotice to help unload 14 pallets SWAT team opened up Metagaming Internet armed standoff in Casa Grande ing’s apartment and he pulled a from a semi truck for the Santa Cruz entered the Cafe in August as a way to provide ended peacefully Tuesday when shotgun on them. Valley Food Pantry. apartment at Coolidge youths a safe place to “They were looking at anothmembers of the Pinal Regional The food was sent from Salt Lake Today’s weather 3 p.m. share their love of video games. SWAT team forced entry into er apartment and just walking City and donated by the Church of C a s a Jory and his appreciation for vidan apartment and found the sus- by and he opened the door and Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Grande Eleo games, Roberts said, were part pect drunk and passed out on a pointed a shotgun at the manCommunity Action Human Reementary of the reason he opened the gaming ager,” Anderson said. “When Laughing couch. source Agency Executive Director School Discafe. Police surrounded a unit at we made contact he refused to Mary Lou Rosales received a call on By JIM HEADLEY “He loved Coolidge, I know Bella Vista Apartments at North exit. There just happened to be trict alerted parents of students Dec. 26 about the semi truck arrivStaff Writer Mostly sunny; cool that,” Roberts said. “He loved all Kadota Avenue and East Sagua- a large SWAT team in town al- who live in the apartment coming the following day. his friends and family here, and ro Street about 11 a.m. Tuesday ready. So they arrived and took plex that the district would hold She reached out to various memHigh Low everywhere he went he representafter a — manA reportedly FLORENCE Mesa manthreatis ask-over the tactical portion of this.” their student at their respective bers in the community about needed Coolidge. We moved a couple the manager of the after com-he The scene was turned over to school until Casa Grande Police ing Pinalened County for $2 million ing volunteers toCOW helpDIET unload the and Scientists times and we always came back a shotgun. allegedlyplex waswith roughed up by a sheriff’sthe members of the Pinal Re- said it was safe to send the stu- Arizona truck and on Dec. 27 firefighters, farmers in a Maine coastal because we had love for this town.” Afteratfour hours,Thunder. SWAT mem- gional SWAT team, who hap- dents home, said district spokesdeputy in April Country police officers, area city think officials andseaweed feeding On the morning of Dec. 20 poforced way has intofiled the apened to be practicing in Casa man Michael Cruz. The students Masonbers Jones, 20, their of Mesa poets employees showed to help to up cows couldout. reduce State, national forecast, 10Bnotice ofapartment lice were dispatched to the home at and reportedly foundforGrande when the incident began. were released following the end claim against Pinal County Members of the Church of prepare 1:22 a.m. to reports of shots fired. theinsuspect, Michael greenhouse gasLatemissions. | $2 million damages, saying Laughing, Pinal Coun- About 1:30 p.m. Tuesday an of the standoff. ter-day Saints Teen Officers were advised that someone 50 Casa Grande Po31, drunk and passedRick out Bowmer/Associated on thehisestimatedPress Farm &Group Ranch,also Page 7 ty Sheriff’s Office deputies violated Sybil Gotsch/Associated Press (2014) helped unload the food. couch. right to free speech forlice and Pinal County Sheriff’s — Standoff, Page 11Afor war of First Amendment “It was amazing that in such a litLeft, Nalini Nadkarni is shown 3 in her lab on the University of Utah campus in Salt Lake City holding a Barbie created to—look Shooting death, Page 11A words falsely arresting him atDec. the Country Thuntle bit of time that we had, we could Index like her when she’s celebration climbing into treetops region der music on the April 13. to study the rainforest as she’s seen doing, right, in 2014 in the Monteverde round them up,” city council mem- Business............................7A Local of Costa Rica. Below, one of the “treetop” Barbies Nadkarni created is outfitted with miniature versions of her own gear and is• According to the claim, Jones also reber Jose Garcia said. “It was driz- Classified....................... 5-6Bin Salt Lake City in December. depicted Page 3 zling and we were hoping the rain Comics.............................10Aceived an “unjustified and brutal beating,” wasn’t going to come in and hit us Comment ...........................4Aand deputies “falsely reported the events hard while we had all this food out County & State ..................6Ain order to cover their criminal activity PinalCentral.com there because some of it would have Crossword .......................10Aand to exact revenge.” A notice of claim is a precursor to a Submitted photo definitely been ruined had it been numbers ...............4B lawsuit the county. and @PinalCentral TUESDAY, JANUARY 7,against 2020 • MARICOPA, ARIZONA • left, VOL. 18 • withNO. 1 members, whoPinalCentral wet. It was amazing to see that one Lottery Jory Roberts, is pictured family haven’t been able to live at their home in Coolidge since to a ST. probable By MELISSA AUDE cause stateIt’sJory popular not and onlykilled among residents quick phone call got all these people Obituaries ..........................2A According was shot there last month. authored Writer by PCSO Deputy Mark Sports .............................1-4Bment Staff and winter visitors, she said, but also with out.” Submitted photo the hundreds of artisans and vendors who The 14 palletsAssociated had a lot Press of non- Valley Life ..........................5ATerry and other court records, Jones was arrestedCASA for aggravated andestimated two attend the festival-style event each year to GRANDEassault — An Volunteers help unload a semi truck full of food Dec. 27 for the Santa Cruz Valley felony15,000 countspeople of resisting arrest. to descend on set up temporary booths to sell paintings, are expected Food Pantry. — Food bank, Page 8 WEST RICHLAND, Jones eventually to 20th one an- jewelry, sculptures, pottery, home decor, downtown Casapleaded Grandeguilty for the By SUZANNE ADAMS-OCKRASSA ROFIDA to go back,” Rob- Roberts said. “He loved all his friends countnual of misdemeanor arrest in 18 clothingByand Wash. — Some people spent variousKHAIRALLA other items. Casa Grande resisting Street Fair on Jan. Staff Writer Although irrigated agriculture Thorp, an was agricultural Staff Writer erts said. “Now and family here, and everywhere he an agreement on Sept. 16. He placed part of their New Year’s Eve “About half of our vendors return evand 19.Kelly been a which part ofis the engineer foris the the Department of hasery we’re basically all went he represented Coolidge. We on probation forfair one yearsecond and most banned trapped on a Washington PinalCentral year, greatSonoran because we know The street popular for more Agriculture’s U.S. Arid Land Ag- ofDesert landscape couple times, and we always right moved from event attending Country ThunCOOLIDGE — than It’s been just over state highway after tumblein theany city,future said Rina Rien, director CASA GRANDEspread — The out City Council got anaupdate is heavily Research Center Mar- 1,000 years, came back because we had love for now oftrying to find between two farming weeks Jory weeds blocked their route, @PinalCentral der events. Casaricultural Grande Main Street and eventinorganizer. a partnership the city — since Street fair, Roberts, Page 11A24, on the possible creation by killed seasonal weathicopa, usescommitted drones to monitor the influencedwas town.” to another to ofthis “The defendant the above outside his family home and the Greater Casa Grandeplace Chamber Commerce authorities said. remains center’s test fields, taking adetailed People for the city. Police were dispatched to the live.” offenses by browse verbally engaging uni- er patterns.inArizona Coolidge. And in fora the residents create a marketing organization YakTriNews reported @PinalCentral two-decadeoflong andAve., cli- nothing will images ofvulgar the cotton plants aside from looking to defend their state title, the Dust By LINDSAY WHITEHURST items forwith sale Chamber Renee Louzon-Benn saidatthe newa.m. Dec. 20 to reports 1:22 de- home formed deputy language whentoadvising 233 drought, W. Walton ologist andPresident more,” Roberts said Lisa female scientists Mat- predict that the Washington State Associated Press at the Southwest gauge the condition of escort the soilthe and matologists Devils were also set to tackle bigger tournaments. the 19th marketing organization, if his it of isson approved by thefired. city, Officers were advised as of shots the deputyhow was attempting to the same. and McKnight, generalscribes manger as it made the line dollsevertobeget Patrol announced via By TwitMILES WILSON willofcontinue warmer much watertelthe crop needs. “We were missing three weight classes and still annual would include an Mattel. advisory board kid,” made up represen-had been hit and was thatofsomeone “fun loving defendant from the event,” wrotetechDYLAN MCKIM Dolls for thatTerry includes ain marine ter at about 6:30 p.m.and that SALT LAKE CITY —Casa When drier. biolo- Jory lived in the home on Walton Barbie “They’re a very powerful came in fourth, and that’s a very good accomplishGrande Street Cronkite News Nalini Nadkarni tatives fromknown, the city,who chamber, downtown alliance, local enjoyed play- down. the probable cause statement April Avenue withwas his afather, Jory It’s Roberts not though, how gist,toon astrophysicist, State Route 240 was closed was a tokid, The 2019 monsoon no- Larry Rob- hotels nology be able go out 13. and photojourment against the teams we were going against,” BelFair last yearassisted and othermight private businesses. 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Richland. the eight ma- to produced some regular information from resist which summer storms cades have usedclimb hugeinto machines to ... one, show that our kids in a small town have Street. said. partment, once officers arrived they tal Network and Telecom by not parents’ allowing hismake hands decisions and to be in heavy he said, lived at the State University foundSolutions, that Salesarms began the sumTrooper Sarah Clasen ple trees in her backrainfall, buthasaccording to residence for egon you can from,” to plant, grow and harvest their the potential to compete on that bigger platform; Thewho cost to operate would foundbeaaround silver LLC, Roberts opened uporganization the Metaghis back.” 38 years. of WaDylan McKim/Cronkite Newssedan parked outside girls played withthe the dolls a thank Mattelabout told KAPP-KVEW that veand secured spend behind anThorp afternoon the Arizona Department said. “If mer. we canAsmake those you, crops, more yard and and two, to have some of those kids step it up that Thebut Dispatch usesmore Arizo$360,000 a year, they including $200,000 for aresidence, marketingand not far from the vethe aming Internet Cafe in August asbe Jones pulled back from Things took a turninforFarmers the worse researchers could do now Nadkarni a one-of-a-kind hicles were trapped inna a pile there applestated and athat book. still told walk their fields, but drones can used to predict ter Resources, “dry conditions decisions moresent accurate, then we farmers are usinganTerry tiny, I believe can step it up a little bit more and get to a recycledtoday paper andwith campaign theboys city. found Jory on the ground. awater wayjobs tofor provide Coolidge youth a hicle deputies when heare was being placed killed monitor right fewer than — even ifconditions doll with tree-climbing gearwhen Jory was shot and yield, of tumbleweeds that remote-controlled stood That time in theagain treetops quality assess crop andthey fertilizer know thatset we being more effito boost soy-based ink.aircraft whole other level and a different platform. I believe Theplayed money toand pay forlove the organization would Officerscome began life-saving efforts safe place towith share of video intothe therest patrol car. unknown they a their doctor Baranduse.” full dark hair woven withoutside the residence by an up to 15 feet tall. the tone of her life:water cient in our yields and save water andfor money. needs. this weekend was an eye-opener for everybody in evfrom an additional 3% hotel tax, she said.on The city’s bed him until the paramedics arrived, games. his legs as the that made theassailant. Since that day, for the Rob- bie. of white The state Department of She’s now a“The forestdefendant ecologistkicked at strands ery aspect.” tax Jory is currently 2%, paid by people who stay the city’s but indespite attempts to revive him, and his appreciation for video door was which doll prevented it from The study didn’t examine the resemble the scientist. erts family, the house no longer feels hotels. Transportation used snow the University of closing, Utah who’s The money from thepart bedoftax goes to Of the 13 Dust Devils who competed in the event, Jory was pronounced dead on scene. games, Roberts said, were thecurrently closedtoand locked. The girls’ reasoning, but researchers For defendant Nadkarni, the com- like home. plows to clear the scene. dedicatedbeing her career studyyouth services, such ascafe. the Boys & Girls Clubs one finished first, three were runners-up and one reason he opened the gaming then began to kick the deputy the legs “We can’t stay there right now support speculated that Barbie might be pany’s in investment in Trooper Chris Thoring rain forest canopies. placed fourth. loved Coolidge, I know and groin area.looking The defendant then locked (and) I don’t know that we’ll be able an“He — Roberts, Page 7 inherently sexualized doll, that,” the dolls reflects a son said it took about 10 She’s also always Oscar Perez/PinalCentral (2019) — Council, Page 11A Davian Guanajuato (21-0) took first with a decihis legs under the indoor broader which prevented said associate professor Aurocultural hours to clear the road, for new ways to get people sion win over Sunnyside’s Victor Lopez (17-6) in the ra Sherman, who worked on which opened again around terested in science, from fash- shift toward 113-pound weight class. — $2M claim, Page 7 the paper. recognizing 4:30 a.m. Wednesday. ion made with nature imagery Daniel Guanajuato (22-1) took second after losPutting the same doll in in Thorson said five cars to science lectures at the state women Rodney Haas/PinalCentral ing a decision to Sunnyside’s James Williams-Arma professional outfit likely science, math and one prison. Santa Cruz’s Davian Guanajuato, seen here wrestling Dec. 518-wheel at Casa semi strong (22-0) in the 106 weight class. won’t do much to change pertrapped in the “I’ve tried for years and Grande Union High School, captured first place truck in the where 113-pound ceptions about what women tumbleweeds. years to bring the science I do — Wrestlers, Page 8 weight class Saturday at the Mile High Challenge in Prescott. No injuries can do, she said. But it might were reported. and understand to people outhelp to use it as a starting point “People were still stuck side of academia,” she said. four accessible parking spaces. unit. site plan for a 17-unit complex ditional for conversations abouttwo-bedroom women at midnight and rung in the Her childhood memories Submitted by Hansen EngineerLike the development on Main, on West Elm Avenue. Known and as math. INDEX: new year trapped under the in science made her particularly interestthe complex on Elm will also fea- ing on behalf of Max Opportunity “Avanti on Elm,” the multi-family “It’s really going to depend weeds,” Thorson said. ed in reaching children. After • Classifieds ....................... 7 By ROFIDA KHAIRALLA a single two-bedroom duplex. Zone, LLC, the project proposes will be that com-dollture up along Elm Avenue in the near housing developmenton how is experienced, Thorson said Wednesher own 6-year-old Staff Writer daughter • County/state Butare withdoing a building future after the project was given prised primarily of three and bedroom what adults to area of 43,342 to make use of a site that was anday .................4-8 that troopers found asked for a Barbie, Nadfeet, the the green light by a city commis- duplexes. drive home thatsquare message,” shesite on Elm will be nexed into the city limits in 1972 one...................2-3 abandoned car that was karni decided to re-fashion • Local News but never developed according to Last year the board approved a larger in scale. COOLIDGE said. trapped in the tumbleweeds the iconic dolls as a scien- — Another sion. • Police/fire .............. site gives will also include 80 records provided by the city of which icon The multi-residential housing develOn Dec. 4 the Planning and similar project on Main Street, Barbie’s status at report daylight but no2 one was tist-explorer in rubber boots parking spaces, plus doll an ad-cultural will likely be cropping Zoning Commission approved the featured four duplex units the • Obituaries ........................ 7 sway, andplus an additional Coolidge. inside. rather thanopment high heels. the new dolls have the po“Lots of girls, and some lit- and technology that A CGVNI publication By KATIE SAWYER Writer tential toStaff normalize the tle boys, love Barbie,” Nadkar- could spark an apidea of women in scini said. “It’s almost aspiration- preciation for science andMARICOPA engineering, even among LOCAL kids who al. They want to be Barbie.” Vehicle collides withence pedestrian outside bankand • 4Casa — Maricopa High Low Rain% said Kris Macomber, That was about 15 years ago. don’t end up entering Grande residents alike are bracing for Wednesday 66 37 0 a sociology professor Nadkarni said Barbie-maker the field. ALPENA, Mich. — The some major construction along the Mar- Thursday 62 39 40 58 34 3 at Meredith College Mattel said in a stateMattel wasn’t interested in the restaurant bill was $23. icopa-Casa Grande Highway, which runs Friday Saturday 60 35 1 TRI-VALLEY DISPATCH Coping with saltin from systems Raleigh,drip North purpose idea then, so she decided to ment that the But the tip at a small-town between the two cities and •is TVD4 the main Sunday 59 36 3 Carolina. redo dolls herself, using gear of Barbie dolls for the restaurant in Michigan was Monday 59 36 2 thoroughfare for commuters. 61 33 25 Barbie sales last 60 years has been she collected. much larger: $2,020. Construction began on Monday, and the Tuesday have been Department increas- of Transportation has Total rainfall for year 0 inches. She scoured thrift stores to “inspire the lim“Things like this don’t Arizona COUNTY Sick girling enjoys snow day • 4that There were 45,775 acre feet of water shutasdown the of highway the own dollssegment in and eBay for Barbie dolls and itless potential happen to people like me,” runs between Porter and White and Parker behind Coolidge Dam as of Tuesday become availenlisted help from volunteer every girl,” pointserver Danielle Franzoni morning. Water in storage a year ago roads.in A detour, able differ-shown on a map released was seamstresses. She called the ing out that Barbie told The Alpena News. 21,266 acre feet. by the cityshapes of Maricopa, has been set up ent body creation “Treetop Barbie” and was portrayed in Franzoni, 31, got the tip along Bowlin but Road. and careers, began selling them at cost on other science and while working Sunday at Construction there’s only sowill last approximately math-based caher website. Thunder Bay River Restau60Police days, residents are gripa toyand canalthough do long Events before ................................... 4 Community ............................. 4-5, 7much Last year, Mattel began reers Area rant in Alpena. The credit Last Week: 2,651 ............................................. 5 ing aboutbroader the lengthy blockage, the city Year-To-Date: 2,651 line, in-..................................... 7 Obituaries ......................................to working with National Geo- the new card receipt said “Happy Classifieds 5 change coolidgeexaminer@yahoo.com is hoping that the widened road will be attitudes about what graphic to create a new line cluding as an asNew Year. 2020 Tip Chalworth the obstruction and will professions aretemporary choof scientist Barbies. Nadkarni tronaut in 1965. lenge.” sen bybenefit girlsboth as cities they in years to come. allows has a longstanding relationship “Barbie Franzoni, a single mother, grow up, she said. 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They don’t know how Maricopa By girlsJORDAN basketball team get together for a ELDER hard it’s been,” Franzoni there is a new opportunity to do things better, 10-year class chances are they won’t reandreunion, KENNEDY WILKERSON said of the couple who left so if we each do what we have to do there is member Saturday’s score. Cronkite News the tip. “They’re really justThey won’t remember how the Rams’ lost to Gilanother opportunity to reverse all the damage doing this out of the kindwe have done to the planet.” PHOENIX — America generates almost bert Williams Field 55-47 or how they were down ness of their heart.” The juice is extracted from the cactus, 38 atmillion tonsduring of plastic wasteorevery by 15 points one point the game, how year, Franzoni later went tothey a ralliedranking mixed with plant-based additives, rolled flat second only to China. That’s late in the fourth quarter to almost pulla lot of restaurant and left a $20.20 and dried. 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Publisher & President ........... Ryan Schuyler (858) 217-3081 ......................................... ............................publisher@nwppub.com Editor ....................................... Bill McMillen (928) 763-2505, Ext. 5144 ........................ General Manager.................. Larry Kendrick (928) 763-2505, Ext. 7122 ........................ ................................... larry@nwppub.com National Accounts. ............Jamie McCorckle (928) 763-2505, Ext. 2225 ........................ ..............................national@nwppub.com Sales and Circulation Director ..................... ...........................................Wells Andrews (928) 763-2505, Ext. 2222 ........................ .................................. wells@nwppub.com

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ........................... Daily, AM Publication Day(s) ......................Sun. to Fri. Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total ........................................ 7,222, (0), 7,222 Sunday Circ. ..................... 7,201, (0), 7,201 Single Copy Price ................................ .75¢ In County Subscription Rate ... $124.35/Year E-Subscription ............................... $52/Year Circulation........................Paid, (Free), Total Weekday ............................... 205, (0), 205 Sunday .................................. 205, (0), 205 Audit ...........Postal Statement of Ownership

ADVERTISING

Local Advertising Tax Rate ................... 2% Local Sales Tax Included in Rates TMC Product(s) .......Name(s), Dist., Day(s): .............. Booster Advertiser, 11,000, Wed. ............... Clippin’ The River, 22,600, Wed.

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PERSONNEL

Publisher/AdvertisingDirector ...................... ............................................Colleen Brady (928) 556-2279 .. cbrady@azdailysun.com Editor ......................................... Chris Etling (928) 556-2274 .........Chris.Etling@lee.net Circulation Director ........... Brian Wallingford – (928) 913-8616 ......................................... ...................bwallingford@azdailysun.com

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ........................... Daily, AM Publication Day(s) .................. Tues. to Sun. Weekday Circ. ................Paid, (Free), Total .................................... 4,778, (203), 4,981 Sunday Circ. ...................Paid, (Free), Total .................................... 6,215, (701), 6,916 Single Copy Price ............................... $1.50 Sunday Copy Price .................................. $2 In County Subscription Rate ........ $560/Year E-Subscription ........... $12 Mo./$128.42Year Daily.................................................... 1,498 Sunday ............................................... 1,498 Audit ...........Postal Statement of Ownership

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline ................................................. Local Advertising Tax Rate ............ 2.281% Local Sales Tax NOT Included in Rates TMC product(s) .......Name(s), Dist., Day(s): .............................Midweek, 18,000, Wed.

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Standard Page Description................... SAU Column Width ........................1.5556 Inches Classified Columns ................1.0653 Inches Page Depth................................21.5 Inches

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2225 W. Acoma Blvd. .................................. ......................Lake Havasu City AZ 86403 County .............................................Mohave Telephone ............................(928) 453-4237 FAX ......................................(928) 855-9892 E-Mail Address .... editor@havasunews.com Website.................... www.havasunews.com Year Established .................................. 1995 Owner ............. River City Newspapers, LLC

PERSONNEL

Publisher.................................... Mike Quinn (928) 453-4237 ......................................... .......................... quinn@havasunews.com Editor .................................Brandon Bowers (928) 453-4237, Ext. 206 ......................... .......................... editor@havasunews.com Advertising & Marketing Director ................. ........................................... Michael Evans (928) 453-4237, Ext. 201 .......................... ...................... mevans@havasunews.com Classified Ads. .............................Dina Goss (928) 453-4237, Ext. 246 .......................... .................... classified@havasunews.com Circulation Mgr. ..............Alexis Christensen (928) 453-4237, Ext. 202 .......................... ............................. circ@havasunews.com Advertising/Production Supervisor .............. . .................................................Dina Goss (928) 453-4237, Ext. 211 .......................... ............................ web@havasunews.com Web Advertising ................... Michael Evans (928) 453-4237, Ext. 201 .......................... ...........................sales@havasunews.com

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ........................... Daily, AM Publication Day(s) .................. Mon. to Sun. Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total .................................... 7,848, (112), 7,960 Sunday Circ. ....................Paid, (Free), Total .................................... 7,950, (112), 8,062 Single Copy Price ..................... $1 Mon-Sat ............................................... $2 Sunday In County Subscription Rate ........ $140/Year E-Subscription .................Paid, (Free), Total Daily.........................................854, (0), 854 Sunday ....................................855, (0), 855 Audit ...........................VAC Audit Statement

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline ..................... Noon 2 days prior TMC product(s)........Name(s), Dist., Day(s): ........................Smart Buyer, 27,187, Tues

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description................... SAU Column Width ..........................1.569 Inches Classified Columns ..................1.569 Inches Page Depth...................................21 Inches

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DAILY NEWSPAPERS

PHOENIX, STATEWIDE

PRESCOTT

The Arizona Republic

The Daily Courier

200 E. Van Buren ........... Phoenix AZ 85004 P.O. Box 1950................. Phoenix AZ 85001 County ...........................................Maricopa

8307 E. State Rte. 69, Ste. B ...................... ...........................................Prescott Valley ...................................................AZ 86314 P.O. Box 26564.... Prescott Valley AZ 86312 County ............................................Yavapai

Telephone ............................(602) 444-8000 FAX ......................................(602) 444-8500 Classified Adv. FAX ............ (602) 444-8788 Retail Adv. FAX ....................(602) 444-8691 National Adv. FAX ............... (602) 444-2917 Website......................... www.azcentral.com Year Established .................................. 1890 Owner ............................... Gannett Co., Inc.

PERSONNEL

Executive Editor........................Greg Burton (602) 444-8797 ......................................... ...................... greg.burton@azcentral.com Community Relations/Events Director ......... ............................................Stacy Sullivan (602) 444-8749 ... sullivan@azcentral.com Director/Digital Sales Strategy..................... ............................................ Brett Sondrup (602) 444-8916 ......................................... ..................bsondrup@republicmedia.com

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ........................... Daily, AM Publication Day(s) .....................Sun. to Sat. Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total ................................ 127,247, (0), 127,247 Sunday Circ. ....................Paid, (Free), Total ................................ 209,710, (0), 209,710 Single Copy Price ..... $2.50 M-Sat., $3 Sun. In County Subscription Rate ... $459.05/Year Audit .......................... AAM Audit Statement E-Subscription ....................... $10.51/Month ......................................Paid, (Free), Total .......................... Daily, 19,138, (0), 19,138 .......................Sunday 14,893, (0), 14,893

ADVERTISING

Ad deadline.....................5 p.m. 3 days prior TMC product(s).........Name(s), Dist., Day(s) .......Buyer’s Edge, 1,700,000, Mon-Weds.

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description.......................... ...................................... 44-in. Broadsheet Column Width ..........................1.563 Inches Classified Columns ....................0.95 Inches Page Depth................................21.5 Inches

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Herald/Review

102 Fab Ave. ............ Sierra Vista AZ 85635 County ............................................ Cochise

Telephone ............................(928) 445-3333 Advertising ...........................(928) 776-8122 Newsroom ...........................(928) 445-3333 Website........................... www.dcourier.com Official newspaper of .......... Yavapai County Year Established .................................. 1880 Owner ..................Western News&Info., Inc.

Telephone ............................(520) 458-9440 FAX ......................................(520) 459-0120 Circulation............................(520) 458-9440 E-Mail Address ............................................ ............... publisher@myheraldreview.com Website............... www.myheraldreview.com Year Established .................................. 1955 Owner ............... Wick Communications Co.

PERSONNEL

PERSONNEL

Publisher/CEO ...............................Kit Atwell (928) 445-3333, Ext. 1070 ........................ Advertising Director ................ Megan Smith (928) 445-3333, Ext. 2023 ........................ ...........................msmith@prescottaz.com Classifieds Manager ................ Jack Perkins (928) 445-3333, Ext. 1044 ........................ .......................... jperkins@prescottaz.com Senior News Editor ....... Tim Wiederaenders (928) 445-3333, Ext. 2032 ........................ ............................ twieds@prescottaz.com WNI Audience Development Director .......... .............................................. Jack Perkins (928) 445-3333, Ext. 1044 ........................ .......................... jperkins@prescottaz.com

Publisher......................... Jennifer Sorenson (520) 458-9440, Ext. 605 .......................... ............... publisher@myheraldreview.com Managing Editor ..............Timothy J. Woods (520) 458-9440, Ext. 610 .......................... ..............tim.woods@myheraldreview.com Advertising Manager.............Kelsey Laggan (520) 458-9440, Ext. 630 .......................... .......... kelsy.laggan@myheraldreview.com Customer Service Mgr. ....... Nancy Bernard (520) 515-4603 ......................................... ............... classified@myheraldreview.com Circulation Director .......................Ken Bohl ........ ken.bohl@wickcommunications.com

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ........................... Daily, AM Publication Day(s) ........... Tues. to Fri., Sun. Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total .................................... 4,136, (614), 4,750 Sunday Circ. ....................Paid, (Free), Total ................................. 4,817, (1,938), 6,755 Single Copy Price ............................... $1.50 Sunday Copy Price .................................. $2 In County Subscription Rate ........ $307/Year E-Subscription ................................ $10/Mo. ...........................................................Total Weekday................................................ 659 Sunday .................................................. 659 Audit ...........Postal Statement of Ownership

Circulation cycle ........................... Daily, AM Publication Day(s) .....................Sun. to Sat. Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total ................................ 10,755, (122), 10,877 Sunday Circ. ....................Paid, (Free), Total ................................ 14,792, (154), 14,946 Single Copy Price ........................................ .......................... $1.75 M-Sat / $2.50 Sun. In County Subscription Rate .... $222.30/Year Audit ...........Postal Statement of Ownership

ADVERTISING

Local Advertising Tax Rate .............. 2.75% Local Sales Tax NOT Included in Rates TMC Product(s) ..... Names(s), Dist., Day(s), ................... Smart Shopper, 56,518, Wed.

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ADVERTISING

Local Advertising Tax Rate .............. 1.75% Local Sales Tax NOT Included in Rates TMC product(s)........Name(s), Dist., Day(s): ....................... Sunday Bravo, 9,089, Sun.

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SUN CITY/ SUN CITY WEST – PEORIA, SURPRISE, YOUNGTOWN

TUCSON

TUCSON

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The Daily Territorial

4850 S. Park Ave. ............ Tucson AZ 85714 County ................................................. Pima

2900 E. Broadway Blvd., #113 .................... ...................................... Tucson AZ 85716 County ................................................. Pima

Daily Independent

17220 N. Boswell Blvd., Ste. 101 ............... .................................... Sun City AZ 85373 County ...........................................Maricopa Telephone ............................(623) 972-6101 FAX ......................................(623) 974-6004 Website..........................www.yourvalley.net Year Established .................................. 1957 Owner .... Independent Newsmedia, Inc. USA

PERSONNEL

Publisher............................ Charlene Bisson (623) 445-2803 ....cbisson@newszap.com Editor .................................Matt Loeschman (623) 876-2523 ......................................... .................... mloeschman@newszap.com National Accounts Coord. ...Kevin Mahoney (623) 876-2569 ......................................... ............................... azads@newszap.com

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ........................... Daily, AM Publication Day(s) .................... Mon. to Sat. Weekday Circ. ................Paid, (Free), Total ........................................ 2,722, (0), 2,722 Single Copy Price .................................. 50¢ In County Subscription Rate ... $154.44/Year E-Subscription .................Paid, (Free), Total ..................................................68, (0), 68 Audit ...........Postal Statement of Ownership

Telephone ............................(520) 573-4216 FAX ......................................(520) 573-4107 E-Mail Address ........jdorlando@tucson.com Website............................. www.tucson.com Official newspaper of ...............Pima County Year Established .................................. 1877 Owner ................................. Lee Enterprises

Telephone ............................(520) 294-1200 FAX ......................................(520) 294-4040 Website...................www.dailyterritorial.com Official newspaper of ...............Pima County Year Established .................................. 1966 Owner ................ Wick Communications Co.

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Publisher............................. John D’Orlando (520) 573-4215 .....jdorlando@tucson.com Editor .................................. Jill Jorden Spitz (520) 573-4177 ........... jspitz@tucson.com Vice President of Advertising ...................... for Amplified Connect. ................John Kerr (520) 573-4359 ............ jkerr@tucson.com Director, Circulation ................ Mark Lolwing (520) 573-4536 ..... mlolwing@tucson.com

Publisher............................ Manuel Coppola (520) 458-9440, Ext. 605 .......................... manuel.coppola@wickcommunications.com Circulation Mgr......................... Duane Hollis (520) 295-4239 ......................................... ....................... dhollis@dailyterritorial.com Public Notice Department ...Roxanne Murray (520) 295-4206 ......................................... ..................... rmurray@dailyterritorial.com

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Circulation cycle ........................... Daily, AM Publication Day(s) ........... Sun. through Sat. Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total ................................ 54,838, (145), 54,983 Sunday Circ. ....................Paid, (Free), Total ......................... 78,301, (29,981), 108,282 Single Copy Price ............ $2; $2.50 Sunday In County Subscription Rate ........ $624/Year Audit ............................................ Unverified E-Subscription ............................. $168/Year Weekday Circ. .................................. 3,073 Sunday Circ. .................................... 2,820

ADVERTISING

Ad deadline........................11 a.m. day prior

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Standard Page Description.......................... ..................................27.5-in. Web Tabloid Column Width ........................1.5625 Inches Classified Columns ................1.1406 Inches Page Depth................................12.5 Inches

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Circulation cycle ........................... Daily, AM Publication Day(s) ..................... Mon. to Fri. Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total ............................................ 189, (18), 207 In County Subscription Rate .......... $50/Year Audit ...........Postal Statement of Ownership

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline ...............2 days prior by 1 p.m.

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DAILY NEWSPAPERS

YUMA

Yuma Sun

2055 S. Arizona Ave. .Yuma AZ 85364-6596 P.O. Box 271..............Yuma AZ 85366-0271 County ................................................ Yuma Telephone ............................(928) 539-6800 FAX ......................................(928) 343-1009 E-Mail .................. nationals@yumasun.com Website......................... www.yumasun.com Official newspaper of ..............Yuma County Year Established .................................. 1872 Owner .......................................................... ........Rhode Island Suburban Newspapers

PERSONNEL

Publisher...................................... Lisa Reilly (928) 539-6814 ....... lreilly@yumasun.com Editor ............................... Roxanne Molenar (928) 539-6862 ...rmolenar@yumasun.com Advertising Manager.................. Tim Chaulk (928) 539-6832 .. TChaulk@yumasun.com Classified Manager. ..................... John Hein (928) 539-6822 ........jhein@yumasun.com Circulation Dir. .........................David Fornof (928) 539-6902 .... dfornof@yumasun.com Production Manager ................David Fornof (928) 539-6988 .... dfornof@yumasun.com NIE Manager ............................................... (928) 539-6902 ...........nie@yumasun.com

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ........................... Daily, AM Publication Day(s) .....................Sun. to Sat. Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total ...................................... 8,403, (10), 8,413 Sunday Circ. ....................Paid, (Free), Total ...................................... 8,403, (10), 8,413 Single Copy Price ...............M-F $1, Sun. $2 In County Subscription Rate ........................ ............... $198/Year with online all access Audit ...........Postal Statement of Ownership

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline ...................4 p.m., 4 days prior Local Advertising Tax Rate ................ 1.7% Local Sales Tax Included in Rates TMC Product(s) .......Name(s), Dist., Day(s): ....................... Marketplace, 25,620, Wed.

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AJO

APACHE JUNCTION, GOLD CANYON, QUEEN VALLEY

Ajo Copper News

10 Pajaro ................................Ajo AZ 85321 P.O. Box 39....................Ajo AZ 85321-0039 County ................................................. Pima Telephone ............................(520) 387-7688 FAX ......................................(520) 387-7505 Other Numbers ................... (520) 387-7689 E-Mail Address ..........cunews@cunews.info Website.............................www.cunews.info Year Established .................................. 1916

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Apache Junction & Gold Canyon News

879 N. Plaza Drive, 101C ............................ ....................... Apache Junction AZ 85120 County ................................................. Pinal

Publisher............................... Hollister David (520) 387-7688 ...........hopd@cunews.info Editor ...................................Gabrielle David (520) 387-7688 ..........editor@cunews.info Advertising Director .............Gabrielle David (520) 387-7688 ..........editor@cunews.info

Telephone ............................(480) 982-6397 FAX ......................................(480) 982-3707 E-Mail Address ...........ajnews@ajnews.com Website.............................www.ajnews.com Year Established .................................. 1997 Owner .......................... Mary Barker (Robin)

CIRCULATION

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Circulation cycle ........................Weekly, PM Publication Day(s) ................................Tues Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total ............................................ 923, (36), 959 Single Copy Price .................................. 50¢ In County Subscription Rate .......... $43/Year E-Subscription ............................... $25/Year ......................................Paid, (Free), Total .............................................. 243, (0), 243 Audit ...........Postal Statement of Ownership

Publisher...................... Mary Barker (Robin) (480) 982-6397 ......................................... Ad Manager ......................... Trish Hoagland ..................................... trish@ajnews.com Web Advertising................... Trish Hoagland ..................................... trish@ajnews.com

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200 S. Ocotillo .................Benson AZ 85602 P.O. Drawer 1000 ............Benson AZ 85602 County ............................................ Cochise Telephone ............................(520) 586-3382 FAX ......................................(520) 586-2382 E-Mail ......newssun@bensonnews-sun.com Website.............www.bensonnews-sun.com Year Established .................................. 1900 Owner ................ Wick Communications Co.

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Publisher..................................Ian Kirkwood .........ian.kirkwood@bensonnews-sun.com Managing Editor .................. Chris Dabovich ... managingeditor@bensonnews-sun.com Advertising Consultant.......... Tammy Dalton .......... advertising@bensonnews-sun.com Business Manager .................Joan Hancock .......joan.hancock@bensonnews-sun.com

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Circulation cycle ........................Weekly, AM Publication Day(s) ................................ Mon Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total ....................................0, (17,350), 17,350 In County Subscription Rate .......... $96/Year Audit .............. Publisher’s Sworn Statement

Circulation cycle ........................Weekly, AM Publication Day(s) ................................ Wed Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total ........................................ 1,666, (0), 1,666 Single Copy Price .................................... $1 In County Subscription Rate ..... $41.60/Year Audit ...........Postal Statement of Ownership

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CAMP VERDE, COTTONWOOD

CAMP VERDE, COTTONWOOD

The Camp Verde Journal/Cottonwood Journal Extra

Camp Verde Bugle/ Verde Independent

298 Van Deren Rd. ..........Sedona AZ 86336 P.O. Box 2048.......... Camp Verde AZ 86322 County .............................................Yavapai Telephone ............................(928) 567-3341 FAX ......................................(928) 567-2373 E-Mail Address ............................................ .............. klarson@larsonnewspapers.com Website......................... www.journalaz.com Year Established .................................. 1980 Owner ..................Larson Newspapers, LLC

PERSONNEL

Publisher................................Robert Larson (928) 567-3341 ....bob@redrocknews.com General Manager...................... Kyle Larson Managing Editor ...Christopher Fox Graham (928) 567-3341 ......................................... Circulation Mgr ....................... Eric Mageary Production Mgr. .......................... Tina Smith

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ........................Weekly, AM Publication Day(s) ................................ Wed Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total .......................... CVJ - 1,180, (255), 1,435 ..........Combo Circ. - 1,390, (8,455), 9,845 Single Copy Price .................................. 50¢ In County Subscription Rate .......... $16/Year Audit ...........Postal Statement of Ownership

ADVERTISING

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116 S. Main St. ........ Camp Verde AZ 86322 County .............................................Yavapai Telephone ............................(928) 567-4101 FAX ......................................(928) 634-2312 Website............................www.cvbugle.com Year Established .................................. 1982 Owner ..................Western News&Info., Inc.

PERSONNEL

CEO/Publisher .......................Babette Cubitt (928) 634-2241, Ext. 6019 ........................ ........................... bcubitt@verdenews.com Editor ......................................... Dan Engler (928) 634-2241, Ext. 6032 ........................ Advertising ..... advertising@verdenews.com Classifieds ................................................... (928) 634-2241 ext. 6012.......................... .......................classified@verdenews.com

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ...Three Times Weekly, AM Publication Day(s) ............ Wed., Fri. & Sun. Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total ................................. CVB - 612, (16), 628 ...............Combo Circ. - 2,222, (45), 2,267 Single Copy Price .................................... $1 In County Subscription Rate .......... $57/Year Audit ...........Postal Statement of Ownership

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline ........ 11 a.m., 2 weekdays prior Local Advertising Tax Rate .................. 3.5% Local Sales Tax NOT Included in Rates TMC Product(s) .......Name(s), Dist., Day(s); ................... Smart Shopper, 19,013, Wed. ....................Kudos Sedona, 11,875, Wed. ............. Villager, 5,284, 1st of each month

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CASA GRANDE

Casa Grande Dispatch

200 W. Second St. ..Casa Grande AZ 85122 County ................................................. Pinal Telephone ............................(520) 836-7461 FAX ......................................(520) 836-0343 Display Advertising ..............(520) 836-7461 Classified Advertising ......... (520) 836-3111 E-Mail Address .........ads@pinalcentral.com Website......................www.pinalcentral.com Year Established .................................. 1912 Owner ....................................Kramer Media .......Casa Grande Valley Newspapers Inc.

PERSONNEL

President .............................Ruth A. Kramer Co-Publisher/Managing Editor..................... (520) 836-7461 .... Donovan M. Kramer Jr. ..................... dkramerjr@pinalcentral.com Co-Publisher/Advertising Director ............... (520) 423-8654 ................ Kara K. Cooper ........................kcooper@pinalcentral.com Director of Digital .................... Brian Kramer (520) 423-8671 ........................................ ....................... bkramer@pinalcentral.com Special Projects Director .......... Zoe Cooper (520) 423-8658 ........................................ ........................zcooper@pinalcentral.com Public Notices .... publicnotices@pinalcentral.com Classifieds ..... classifieds@pinalcentral.com Circulation Director .............. Martin Kirchner (520) 423-8640 ......................................... .....................mkirchner@pinalcentral.com Production Director ...................Mark Urseth (520) 423-8606 ......................................... ........................murseth@pinalcentral.com

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle .....Three Times Weekly, AM Publication Day(s) ........... Tues., Thurs.,Sat. Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total ...................................... 5,602, (53), 5,655 Single Copy Price.... $1/Weekday, $1.50/Sat. In County Subscription Rate ........ $174/Year E-Subscription ............................... $84/Year ......................................Paid, (Free), Total .............................................. 495, (0), 495 Audit ...........Postal Statement of Ownership

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline ...................2 p.m., 3 days prior Local Advertising Tax Rate: ............... 1.8% Local Sales Tax NOT Included in Rates TMC product(s)........Name(s), Dist., Day(s): ..........Tri-Valley Dispatch, 7,067, T, W, Th. .....................Central Saver, 38,073, Tues.

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CHINO VALLEY

CLIFTON

COOLIDGE

Chino Valley Review

The Copper Era

Coolidge Examiner

8307 E. State Rte. 69, Suite B..................... .......................... Prescott Valley AZ 86314 County .............................................Yavapai

301 E. Highway 70, Ste. A ........................... ..................................... Safford AZ 85546 County ...........................................Greenlee

Telephone ............................(928) 636-2653 FAX ......................................(928) 775-7414 Website...........................www.cvrnews.com Year Established .................................. 1982 Owner ..................Western News&Info., Inc.

Telephone ............................(928) 428-2560 FAX ......................................(928) 428-5396 E-Mail Address .......monica@eacourier.com Website......................... www.eacourier.com Official newspaper of ........ Greenlee County Year Established .................................. 1899 Owner ................ Wick Communications Co.

Telephone ............................(520) 723-5441 FAX ......................................(520) 723-7899 Circulation............................(520) 423-8685 Email........... coolidgeexaminer@yahoo.com Website......................www.pinalcentral.com Year Established .................................. 1930 Owner ....................................Kramer Media .......Casa Grande Valley Newspapers Inc.

PERSONNEL

PERSONNEL

PERSONNEL

Publisher/CEO ...................... Joe Soldwedel Co-Publisher ..................................Kit Atwell (928) 445-3333, Ext. 1070 ........................ Advertising/Classifieds Director ................... ............................................. Megan Smith (928) 445-3333, Ext. 2023 ........................ ...........................msmith@prescottaz.com Advertising Manager.................. Randy Graf (928) 445-3333, Ext. 2024 ........................ ............................... rgraf@prescottaz.com Senior News Editor ....... Tim Wiederaenders (928) 445-3333, Ext. 2032 ........................ ............................ twieds@prescottaz.com WNI Audience Development Director .......... .............................................. Jack Perkins (928) 445-3333, Ext. 4150 ........................ .......................... jperkins@prescottaz.com

Publisher..............................Monica Watson (928) 428-2560, Ext. 6225 ........................ .............................monica@eacourier.com Managing Editor .......................... David Bell (928) 428-2560, Ext. 6236 ........................ ............................... editor@eacourier.com Advertising Manager............Monica Watson (928) 428-2560, Ext. 6225 ........................ .............................monica@eacourier.com Classified Manager ............... Bethani Schaff (928) 428-2560, Ext. 6243 ........................ ............................... classi@eacourier.com Circulation Manager ..........Stephanie Jones (928) 428-2560, Ext. 6223 ........................ .......................... mgrcircu@eacourier.com

CIRCULATION

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ........................Weekly, AM Publication Day(s) ............................... Wed. Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total .................................... 965, (6,142), 7,107 Single Copy Price .................................. 50¢ In County Subscription Rate ... $125.58/Year Audit ...........Postal Statement of Ownership

Circulation cycle ........................Weekly, AM Publication Day(s) ................................ Wed Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total .................................... 1,259, (123), 1,382 Single Copy Price .................................. 75¢ In County Subscription Rate .......... $35/Year Audit ...........Posatl Statement of Ownership

ADVERTISING

ADVERTISING

SPECIFICATIONS

SPECIFICATIONS

Ad Deadline .................... 5 p.m. Weds. prior Local Advertising Tax Rate .............. 2.75% Local Sales Tax NOT Included in Rates Standard Page Description.......................... ...................................... 50-in. Broadsheet Column Width ........................1.5556 Inches Classified Columns ................1.5556 Inches Page Depth................................21.5 Inches

Ad deadline.................... 1 p.m., Thurs. prior Local Advertising Tax Rate ................... 3% Local Sales Tax NOT Included in Rates Standard Page Description.............. Tall Tab Column Width ............................1.55 Inches Classified Columns ......................1.0 Inches Page Depth...................................14 Inches

353 W. Central Ave. .................................... ...........................Coolidge AZ 85128-4706 200 W. 2nd St. .......Casa Grande AZ 85122 County ................................................. Pinal

Publisher................. Donovan M. Kramer Jr. (520) 836-7461 ......................................... ..................... dkramerjr@pinalcentral.com Editor .................................Joey Chenoweth .................. jchenoweth@pinalcentral.com Director of Digital .................... Brian Kramer (520) 423-8671 ........................................ ....................... bkramer@pinalcentral.com Special Projects Director .......... Zoe Cooper (520) 423-8658 ........................................ ........................zcooper@pinalcentral.com Advertising Manager..............Song Ja Haas (520) 723-5441 ............................................ ................. coolidgeexaminer@yahoo.com Classifieds ..... classifieds@pinalcentral.com Circulation Director .............. Martin Kirchner (520) 423-8640 ......................................... .....................mkirchner@pinalcentral.com Production Director ...................Mark Urseth (520) 423-8606 ......................................... ........................murseth@pinalcentral.com

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ........................Weekly, AM Publication Day(s) ................................ Wed Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total .............................................. 675, (0), 675 Single Copy Price ................................ .75¢ In County Subscription Rate .......... $34/Year Audit ...........Postal Statement of Ownership

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline ............................ 4 p.m. Friday Local Advertising Tax Rate ................... 3% Local Sales Tax NOT Included in Rates TMC product(s)........Name(s), Dist., Day(s): ..........Tri-Valley Dispatch, 7,067, T, W, Th. .....................Central Saver, 38,073, Tues.

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description.......................... ...................................... 22-in. Broadsheet Column Width ........................1.5625 Inches Classified Columns ................1.5625 Inches Page Depth................................21.5 Inches

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COTTONWOOD, CAMP VERDE

COTTONWOOD, CAMP VERDE

Cottonwood Journal Extra/The Camp Verde Journal

The Verde Independent /Camp Verde Bugle

830 S. Main St., Suite 1E ............................ ......................Cottonwood AZ 86326-2226 County .............................................Yavapai Telephone ............................(928) 634-8551 FAX ......................................(928) 634-0823 E-Mail Address ............................................ .............. klarson@larsonnewspapers.com Website......................... www.journalaz.com Year Established .................................. 1988 Owner ..................Larson Newspapers, LLC

116 S. Main...............Cottonwood AZ 86326 County .............................................Yavapai Telephone ............................(928) 634-2241 FAX ......................................(928) 634-2312 E-Mail Address ............................................ ........................... bcubitt@verdenews.com Website.......................www.verdenews.com Year Established .................................. 1948 Owner ..................Western News&Info., Inc.

PERSONNEL

Publisher................................Robert Larson (928) 634-8551 ....bob@redrocknews.com General Manager...................... Kyle Larson Managing Editor ...Christopher Fox Graham (928) 634-8551 ......................................... Circulation Manager ............... Eric Mageary Production Manager ................... Tina Smith

CEO/Publisher .......................Babette Cubitt (928) 634-2241, Ext. 6019 ........................ ........................... bcubitt@verdenews.com Editor ......................................... Dan Engler (928) 634-2241, Ext. 6032 ........................ Advertising ..... advertising@verdenews.com Classifieds ................................................... (928) 634-2241 ext. 6012.......................... .......................classified@verdenews.com

CIRCULATION

CIRCULATION

PERSONNEL

Circulation cycle ........................Weekly, AM Publication Day(s) ................................ Wed Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total .......................... CJE - 200, (8,200), 8,400 ..........Combo Circ. - 1,390, (8,455), 9,845 Single Copy Price .................................. 50¢ In County Subscription Rate .......... $16/Year Audit ............................................ Unverified

ADVERTISING

Ad Dealine ........................... 1 p.m. Fri. prior Local Advertising Tax Rate ..................... 3% Local Sales Tax Included in Rates

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description................... SAU Column Width ..............................1.8 Inches Classified Columns ......................1.8 Inches Page Depth...................................21 Inches

Circulation cycle ...Three Times Weekly, AM Publication Day(s) ............ Wed., Fri. & Sun. Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total ............................... VI - 1,610, (29), 1,639 ...............Combo Circ. - 2,222, (45), 2,267 Single Copy Price ................................... $1 In County Subscription Rate .......... $62/Year E-Subscription .................Paid, (Free), Total .............................................. 233, (0), 233 Audit ...........Postal Statement of Ownership

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline ........ 11 a.m., 2 weekdays prior Local Advertising Tax Rate .................. 3.5% Local Sales Tax NOT Included in Rates TMC Product(s) .......Name(s), Dist., Day(s); ................... Smart Shopper, 19,013, Wed. ....................Kudos Sedona, 11,875, Wed. ............. Villager, 5,284, 1st of each month

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description.......................... ...................................... 50-in. Broadsheet Column Width ..........................1.556 Inches Classified Columns ..................1.556 Inches Page Depth..............................21.25 Inches

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DOUGLAS

Douglas Dispatch

530 11th St. ....................Douglas AZ 85607 County ............................................ Cochise Telephone ............................(520) 364-3424 FAX ......................................(520) 364-6750 E-Mail Address ............................................ .................... editor@douglasdispatch.com Website.............. www.douglasdispatch.com Year Established .................................. 1902 Owner ................ Wick Communications Co.

PERSONNEL

Publisher............................ Manuel Coppola (520) 415-1836/office ................................ (520) 619-0224/cell ..................................... ................ publisher@douglasdispatch.com Managing Editor .....................Bruce Wetten .................... editor@douglasdispatch.com (520) 364-3424 / Cell: (520) 234-0145...... Circulation Mgr. ................. Manuel Coppola (520) 415-1836/office ................................ (520) 619-0224/cell ..................................... ................ publisher@douglasdispatch.com Advertising Mgr. .............. David Dominguez (520) 364-3424 / Cell (520) 220-8775....... ............advertising@douglasdispatch.com

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ........................Weekly, AM Publication Day(s) ............................... Wed. Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total ..................................... 202 (5,600), 5,802 Single Copy Price .................................... $1 In County Subscription Rate .......... $24/Year Audit ...........Postal Statement of Ownership

ADVERTISING

Local Advertising Tax Rate ................ 2.8% Local Sales Tax NOT Included in Rates

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description.......................... ...................................................... Tall Tab Column Width ............................1.55 Inches Classified Columns .............................1 Inch Page Depth...................................14 Inches


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FLAGSTAFF, NAVAJOHOPI RESERVATION

Navajo-Hopi Observer

2717 N. 4th Street, Suite 110 ...................... .................................... Flagstaff AZ 86004 County .......................................... Coconino Telephone ............................(928) 226-9696 FAX ...................................... (928) 226-1115 E-Mail Address ............................................ ..................... nhographics@nhonews.com Website..........................www.nhonews.com Year Established .................................. 1981 Owner ..................Western News&Info., Inc.

PERSONNEL

Publisher..................................Blake DeWitt (928) 226-9696, Ext. 4103 ........................ .......................bdewitt@williamsnews.com Editor ..................................... Loretta Yerian ....................... lyerian@williamsnews.com (928) 635-4426, Ext. 3609 ........................... Associate Editor..........................Katy Locke (928) 226-9696, Ext. 3507 ........................... .............................. klocke@nhonews.com Advertising Executive ............... Robb Smart (928) 226-9696, Ext. 3506 ........................ .............................. rsmart@nhonews.com Account Executive .................Sandy Hoover (928) 226-9696, Ext. 3314 ........................ ............................shoover@nhonews.com Circulation/Classifieds ................................. (928) 635-4426 ......................................... ..................... nhographics@nhonews.com Web Advertising........................ Robb Smart (928) 226-9696, Ext. 3506 ........................ .............................. rsmart@nhonews.com

CIRCULATION

FLORENCE

FOUNTAIN HILLS

Florence Reminder & Blade-Tribune

The Fountain Hills Times

190 N. Main St. .............. Florence AZ 85132 200 W. 2nd St. ............................................ .............................Casa Grande AZ 85122 County ................................................. Pinal Telephone ............................(520) 868-5897 FAX ......................................(520) 868-5898 Circulation ...........................(520) 423-8685 E-Mail .............. info@florencereminder.com Website......................www.pinalcentral.com Official newspaper of .............. Pinal County Year Established .................................. 1893 Owner ....................................Kramer Media .......Casa Grande Valley Newspapers Inc.

PERSONNEL

Publisher.................. Donovan M.Kramer Jr. (520) 836-7461 ......................................... ..................... dkramerjr@pinalcentral.com Editor .................................Joey Chenoweth (623) 261-0809 ........................................ .................. jchenoweth@pinalcentral.com Director of Digital .................... Brian Kramer ....................... bkramer@pinalcentral.com Special Projects Director .......... Zoe Cooper ........................zcooper@pinalcentral.com Advertising Manager..............Song Ja Haas (520) 723-5441 ......................................... Classified Phone Room .............................. (520) 836-3111 .......................................... ................... classifieds@ pinalcentral.com Circulation Director .............. Martin Kirchner (520) 423-8640 ......................................... .....................mkirchner@pinalcentral.com Production Director ..................Mark Urseth (520) 423-8606 ......................................... ........................murseth@pinalcentral.com

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ........................Weekly, AM Publication Day(s) ................................ Wed Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total ................................... 26, (14,974) 15,000 In County Subscription Rate ..... $52.50/Year Audit .............. Publisher’s Sworn Statement

Circulation cycle ........................Weekly, AM Publication Day(s) .............................. Thurs Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total .............................................. 622, (0), 622 Single Copy Price ................................ .75¢ In County Subscription Rate .......... $34/Year Audit ...........Postal Statement of Ownership

ADVERTISING

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline ...................Wednesday, 3 p.m. Local Advertising Tax Rate ............ 2.281% Local Sales Tax NOT Included in Rates

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description.......................... .......................................22-In Broadsheet Column Width ........................1.5695 Inches Classified Columns ................1.5695 Inches Page Depth...................................21 Inches

Ad Deadline ..........................4 p.m. Monday Local Advertising Tax Rate ................... 2% Local Sales Tax NOT Included in Rates TMC product(s)........Name(s), Dist., Day(s): ............... Tri-Valley Dispatch, 7,067, Wed. .....................Central Saver, 38,073, Tues.

16508 E. Laser Dr., Suite 101 ..................... ................... Fountain Hills AZ 85268-7869 P.O. Box 17869............................................ ................... Fountain Hills AZ 85269-7869 County ...........................................Maricopa Telephone ............................(480) 837-1925 FAX ......................................(480) 837-1951 E-Mail Address ............. brent@fhtimes.com Website............................ www.fhtimes.com Year Established .................................. 1974 Owner ........ Western States Publishers, Inc.

PERSONNEL

Publisher...........................Brent Cruikshank (480) 837-1925 .......... brent@fhtimes.com Editor ..................................... Ryan Winslett (480) 837-1925 ........... ryan@fhtimes.com Gen. Mgr. ............................... Kip Kirkendoll (480) 837-1925 ..............kip@fhtimes.com Classified & Circulation Manager ................ ................................................ Tammie Ott (480) 837-1925 .......tammie@fhtimes.com Creative/Production Director ....................... ......................................... Duke Kirkendoll (480) 837-1925 ...........duke@fhtimes.com

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ........................Weekly, AM Publication Day(s) ................................ Wed Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total ...................................... 3,447, (72), 3,519 Single Copy Price .................................... $1 In County Subscription Rate .......... $47/Year E-subscription ................................ $47/Year ......................................Paid, (Free), Total .............................................. 171, (0), 171 Audit ...........Postal Statement of Ownership

ADVERTISING

Ad deadline................ 3 p.m. Thursday prior Local Advertising Tax Rate ................ 2.9% Local Sales Tax NOT Included in Rates

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description................... SAU Column Width ............................1.69 Inches Classified Columns ....................1.69 Inches Page Depth...................................21 Inches

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description.......................... ...................................... 22-in. Broadsheet Column Width ........................1.5625 Inches Classified Columns ................1.5625 Inches Page Depth................................21.5 Inches

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GLENDALE

GLOBE-MIAMI

GLOBE-MIAMI

The Glendale Star

Arizona Silver Belt

Copper Country News

250 N. Litchfield Rd., #100............................. ....................................... Goodyear AZ 85338 County ...........................................Maricopa

298 N. Pine Street ............. Globe AZ 85501 P.O. Box 31........................ Globe AZ 85502 County ................................................... Gila

298 N. Pine Street ............. Globe AZ 85501 County ................................................... Gila

Telephone ............................(623) 847-4600 FAX ......................................(623) 935-2103 E-Mail Address ......wtoops@star-times.com Website.....................www.glendalestar.com Year Established .................................. 1978 Owner ........................... Times Media Group

Telephone ............................(928) 425-7121 FAX ......................................(928) 425-7001 E-Mail Address .... publisher@silverbelt.com Website..........................www.silverbelt.com Year Established .................................. 1878 Owner ..............................News Media Corp

Telephone ............................(928) 425-0355 FAX ......................................(928) 425-7001 E-Mail Address ............................................ ......... publisher@coppercountrynews.com Website.........www.coppercountrynews.com Year Established .................................. 1984 Owner ..............................News Media Corp

PERSONNEL

PERSONNEL

PERSONNEL

Associate Publisher ...........William E. Toops (623) 847-4602, Ext. 4602 ........................ ............................wtoops@star-times.com Editor .................Christina Fucco-Karasinski (623) 847-4604, Ext. 4604 ........................ .............. christina@timespublications.com Advertising Rep ....................Barbara Duran (623) 847-4608 Ext. 4608 ......................... ............................ bduran@star-times.com Advertising Rep ..................Connie Williams (623) 847-4601, Ext. 4601 ........................ ...............................sales@star-times.com Circulation ............................Aaron Kolodny (623) 535-8439 .........................................

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ........................Weekly, AM Publication Day(s) .............................. Thurs Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total .................................... 0, (12,418), 12,418 Audit .............. Publisher’s Sworn Statement

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline ............... 4 p.m. Thursday prior Local Advertising Tax Rate ................... 3% Local Sales Tax NOT Included in Rates

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description.....................Tab Column Width ............................2.35 Inches Classified Columns ......................1.5 Inches Page Depth................................... 11 Inches

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Publisher............................... Richard Taylor ...............................rtaylor@silverbelt.com Managing Editor ....................Cassie Tafoya ............................. ctafoya@silverbelt.com Business Mgr. / Obituaries/Legals / ............ Classifieds ..................................Alysia Viau ................................ aviau@silverbelt.com Multimedia Sales Consultant ..... Kathy Riley ................................ kriley@silverbelt.com

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ........................Weekly, AM Publication Day(s) ................................ Wed Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total ............................................ 823, (67), 890 Single Copy Price .................................... $1 In County Subscription Rate ..... $44.25/Year Audit ...........Postal Statement of Ownership

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline ........................Noon, Thursday Local Advertising Tax Rate ................ 2.3% Local Sales Tax NOT Included in Rates

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description................... SAU Column Width ..........................1.528 Inches Classified Columns ..................1.102 Inches Page Depth...................................20 Inches

Publisher............................... Richard Taylor ...............................rtaylor@silverbelt.com Managing Editor ....................Cassie Tafoya ............................. ctafoya@silverbelt.com Business Mgr. / Classifieds.........Alysia Viau ................................ aviau@silverbelt.com Multimedia Sales Consultant ..... Kathy Riley ................................ kriley@silverbelt.com

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ........................Weekly, AM Publication Day(s) ............................... Wed. Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total .................................... 0, (10,825), 10,825 Audit .............. Publisher’s Sworn Statement

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline ......................... noon Thursday Local Advertising Tax Rate ................ 2.3% Local Sales Tax NOT Included in Rates

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description.....................Tab Column Width ........................1.5278 Inches Classified Columns ................1.3106 Inches Page Depth...................................10 Inches

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GLOBE-MIAMI, SAN CARLOS

San Carlos Apache Moccasin

GREEN VALLEY

Green Valley News

HOLBROOK, SNOWFLAKE, TAYLOR, WINSLOW

The Tribune 18705 S. I-19 Frontage Road, Suite 125 ..... ............................. Green Valley AZ 85614 P.O. Box 567........... Green Valley AZ 85622 County ................................................ Pima

298 N. Pine Street ............. Globe AZ 85501 P.O. Box 31........................ Globe AZ 85502 County ................................................... Gila Telephone ............................(928) 425-7121 FAX ......................................(928) 425-7001 E-Mail Address .... publisher@silverbelt.com Website..........................www.silverbelt.com Year Established .................................. 1987 Owner ..............................News Media Corp

PERSONNEL

Publisher............................... Richard Taylor ...............................rtaylor@silverbelt.com Managing Editor ....................Cassie Tafoya ............................. ctafoya@silverbelt.com Business Mgr. / Classifieds.........Alysia Viau ................................ aviau@silverbelt.com Multimedia Sales Consultant ..... Kathy Riley ................................ kriley@silverbelt.com

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ........................Weekly, AM Publication Day(s) ................................ Wed Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total ............................................ 823, (67), 890 Single Copy Price .................................... $1 In County Subscription Rate ..... $44.25/Year Audit ...........Postal Statement of Ownership

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline ................Noon, Thursday prior Local Advertising Tax Rate ................ 2.3% Local Sales Tax NOT Included in Rates

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description................... SAU Column Width ..........................1.528 Inches Classified Columns ..................1.102 Inches Page Depth...................................20 Inches

Telephone ............................ (520) 625-5511 FAX ......................................(520) 625-8046 Editorial FAX ........................(520) 625-1603 E-Mail Address ..... dsanchez@gvnews.com Website............................www.gvnews.com Official newspaper of ...............Pima County Year Established .................................. 1963 Owner ................................... Robert J. Wick

PERSONNEL

Publisher..................................Dru Sanchez (520) 547-9722 .. dsanchez@gvnews.com Editor ....................................... Dan Shearer (520) 547-9770 ....dshearer@gvnews.com Business Mgr. ..........................Anne Maner (520) 547-9734 .......amaner@gvnews.com Circulation Manager ...............Bonnie Olsen (520)547-9723 ........ bolsen@gvnews.com Production Manager ......Graham Harrington (520) 547-9754 ............ gsh@gvnews.com Advertising Manager..................Sarah Kieth (520) 547-9729 ........ skieth@gvnews.com Web Advertising.........................Sarah Kieth (520) 547-9767 ........ skieth@gvnews.com

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ..............Twice Weekly, AM Publication Day(s) ......................Wed., Sun. Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total ........................................ 6,337, (4), 6,341 Single Copy Price ............................... $1.25 In County Subscription Rate .......... $83/Year Audit ...........................VAC Audit Statement

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline .................10 a.m., 4 days prior

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description.......................... ...................................................... Tall Tab Column Width ............................1.55 Inches Classified Columns ....................1.55 Inches Page Depth...................................14 Inches

PO Box 670 ...................Holbrook AZ 86025 County .............................................. Navajo Telephone ............................(928) 524-6203 FAX ......................................(928) 524-3541 Website............ www.TribuneNewsNow.com Official newspaper of ............Navajo County Year Established .................................. 1909 Owner ......... Navajo County Publishers, Inc.

PERSONNEL

CEO .................................... Matthew Barger .................................... matt@yourtrib.com Publisher/Editor ............................ Linda Kor (928) 524-6203 .......... linda@yourtrib.com Advertising Manager........... Matthew Barger .................................... matt@yourtrib.com Class./Circulation Mgr........... Debbie Barger ................................ debbie@yourtrib.com Production Manager ........... Matthew Barger .................................... matt@yourtrib.com

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ........................Weekly, AM Publication Day(s) ............................... Wed. Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total ................................. 1,743, (1,450), 3,193 Single Copy Price .................................... $1 In County Subscription Rate .......... $36/Year Audit ...........Postal Statement of Ownership

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline .......................... Friday 10 a.m.

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description................... SAU Column Width ........................1.5556 Inches Classified Columns ................1.5556 Inches Page Depth...................................21 Inches

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KEARNY, HAYDEN, WINKELMAN

Copper Basin News

366 Alden Road ...............Kearny AZ 85137 P.O. Box 579 ....................Kearny AZ 85137 County ................................... Pinal and Gila Telephone ...........................(520) 363-5554 FAX .....................................(520) 363-9663 E-Mail Address ............................................ ................. michaelc@minersunbasin.com Website .....................www.copperarea.com Year Established ................................. 1958 Owner ......... Copper Area News Publishers

PERSONNEL

Publisher .............................. James Carnes General Manager ............... Michael Carnes ................. michaelc@minersunbasin.com Editor .................................. Jennifer Carnes .................. jenniferc@minersunbasin.com Advertising Director .............. James Carnes Circulation Manager ........... Michael Carnes ................. michaelc@minersunbasin.com

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ........................Weekly, PM Publication Day(s) ............................... Wed, Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total ........................................ 1,209, (5), 1,214 Single Copy Price ............................... .50¢ In County Subscription Rate .... $35.50/Year Audit ...........Postal Statement of Ownership

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline ........................... 5 p.m. Friday Local Advertising Tax Rate: .................... 3% Local Sales Tax NOT Included in Rates

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description .................. SAU Column Width ...........................1.51 Inches Classified Columns ...................1.51 Inches Page Depth ...............................9.75 Inches

KINGMAN

KINGMAN

The Miner

The Standard

3015 Stockton Hill Rd. ...Kingman AZ 86401 County .............................................Mohave

221 E. Beale St..............Kingman AZ 86401 County .............................................Mohave

Telephone ............................(928) 753-6397 FAX ......................................(928) 753-5661 Editorial Fax.........................(928) 753-3796 Advertising Fax ....................(928) 753-5661 Website........................... www.kdminer.com Year Established .................................. 1882 Owner ...................Western News&Info, Inc.

Telephone ............................ (928) 753-1143 FAX ......................................(928) 753-1312 E-Mail .......ads@thestandardnewspaper.net Website..... www.thestandardnewspaper.net Year Established .................................. 1990 Owner .... Mohave County Newspapers, Inc.

PERSONNEL

Publisher........................... Matthew Wanner ....... centralbookkeeping2016@gmail.com Editor ..................................Pamela Wanner ............ news@thestandardnewspaper.net Advertising Manager............Bradlee Mackin ........ bradlee@thestandardnewspaper.net Classified/Legal Manager..........Dustin Duke ........... legals@thestandardnewspaper.net -

Publisher........................ Debbie White-Hoel (928) 753-6397, Ext. 5230 ........................ ................................ dwhite@kdminer.com Editor .......................................Casey Jones (928) 753-6397, Ext. 5222 ........................ Advertising Manager................ Jamila Khalil (928) 753-6397, Ext. 5236 ........................ ................................. jkhalil@kdminer.com Circulation Manager................ John Mihalyo (928) 753-6397, Ext. 5262 ........................ .......................... jperkins@prescottaz.com Plant Manger ..................... Rick Beschorner (928) 565-9888 ....rbeschorner@kdminer.com NIE Manager .......................... John Mihalyo (928) 753-6397, Ext. 5262 ........................ .......................... jperkins@prescottaz.com

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ... Three Times Weekly, AM Publication Day(s) .............Sun., Weds., Fri. Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total ...................................... 4,249, (64), 4,313 Sunday Circ. ....................Paid, (Free), Total ...................................... 4,249, (64), 4,313 Single Copy Price ................ $1 M-F, $2 Sun Kingman and Local Carrier Subscription ............................................. $104.10/Year In County & Out of County Mail Subscription ................... $24.41/Month Audit ...........Postal Statement of Ownership

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline .................... Noon, 2 days prior Local Advertising Tax Rate ................. 2.5% Local Sales Tax NOT Included in Rates TMC Product(s) ........Name(s), Dist, Day(s): ........Kingman Smart Buyer, 29,587, Tues.

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description................... SAU Column Width ............................1.57 Inches Classified Columns ....................1.57 Inches Page Depth...............................21.5 Inches

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CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ........................Weekly, PM Publication Day(s) ................................ Wed Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total ................................. 6,100, (1,850), 7,950 Single Copy Price .................................. 50¢ In County Subscription Rate ..... $29.50/Year Audit ...........Postal Statement of Ownership

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline .............................Noon, Friday TMC product(s)....... Name(s), Dist., Day(s): ..................Senior Living of Mohave County, ......................................................... 13,200, Ad Deadline for TMC ................................... .............................. 15th of the month prior TMC Pub. Date ....... First Wed. of the Month Digital product(s) ......................................... .............................. Everything Kingman App Ad Deadline for Digital product(s)................ ...........................................................Rolling Publication Date(s) for Digital product(s) ..... ............................................... On Demand

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description.....................Tab Column Width ..........................2.375 Inches Classified Columns ..................1.284 Inches Page Depth................................... 11 Inches


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MARANA

MARICOPA

Marana News

Maricopa Monitor

MESA / EAST VALLEY: CHANDLER, GILBERT, QUEEN CREEK, TEMPE

East Valley Tribune 7225 N. Mona Lisa Rd., Suite 125 .............. ..................................... Tucson AZ 85741 County ................................................. Pima Telephone ...........................(520) 797-4384 FAX .....................................(520) 575-8891 E-Mail .......... editor@tucsonlocalmedia.com Website .. www.tucsonlocalmedia.com/news/ marana Year Established ................................. 2006 Owner .................Tucson Local Media, LLC

PERSONNEL

President/Publisher ............... Jason Joseph (520) 797-4384, Ext. 15 ............................ .......................jjoseph@azlocalmedia.com Ad Director/Assoc. Publisher ...................... ........................................ Casey Anderson (520) 797-4384, Ext. 22 ............................ ...................casey@tucsonocalmedia.com General Manager ..................... Jaime Hood (520) 797-4384, Ext. 12 ............................ ...................jaime@tucsonlocalmedia.com Executive Editor .........................Jim Nintzel (520) 797-4384, Ext. 38 ............................ .....................jimn@tucsonlocalmedia.com Managing Editor ............Logan Burtch-Buus (520) 797-4384, Ext. 36 ............................ .................. logan@tucsonlocalmedia.com Production Manager ................ David Abbott (520) 797-4384, Ext. 18 ............................ ...................david@tucsonlocalmedia.com Circulation ............................Alex Carrasco (520) 797-4384, Ext. 17 .............................. .....................alex@tucsonlocalmedia.com

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ........................Weekly, AM Publication Day(s) ................................ Wed Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total .................................... 0, (12,163), 12,163 Single Copy Price ................................ Free Audit .............. Publisher’s Sworn Statement

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline ..... 1 p.m. MST, Thursday prior

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description .................. SAU Column Width ...........................1.57 Inches Classified Columns ...................1.57 Inches Page Depth .................................. 11 Inches

The Blue Barn 19428 N. Maricopa Rd., Suite 103 ............... ................................... Maricopa AZ 85139 200 W. 2nd St. .......Casa Grande AZ 85122 County ................................................ Pinal Telephone ............................(520) 568-4198 Website......................www.pinalcentral.com Year Established .................................. 2001 Owner ....................................Kramer Media .......Casa Grande Valley Newspapers Inc.

PERSONNEL

Publisher/Advertising Director ..................... ...........................................Kara K.Cooper (520) 423-0809 ......................................... ........................kcooper@pinalcentral.com Editor .................................Joey Chenoweth (623) 261-4198 ......................................... .................. jchenoweth@pinalcentral.com Director of Digital .................... Brian Kramer (520) 423-8671 ........................................ ....................... bkramer@pinalcentral.com Special Projects Director .......... Zoe Cooper (520) 423-8658 ........................................ ........................zcooper@pinalcentral.com Advertising Sales .....................Kathy Dodge .........................kdodge@pinalcentral.com Classifieds ..................... classifieds@pinalcentralcom Circulation Director .............. Martin Kirchner (520) 423-8640 ......................................... .....................mkirchner@pinalcentral.com Production Director ...................Mark Urseth ........................murseth@pinalcentral.com

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ........................Weekly, AM Publication Day(s) ...............................Tues. Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total ........................................ 0, (2,835), 2,835 3rd Week of Month ...... 0, (22,265), 22,265 Audit ......................... Publisher’s Statement

1620 W. Fountainhead Pkwy., Suite 219 ..... ...................................... Tempe AZ 85282 County ...........................................Maricopa Telephone ............................(480) 898-6500 FAX ......................................(480) 898-5606 Website............. www.eastvalleytribune.com Year Established .................................. 1891 Owner ........................... Times Media Group

PERSONNEL

Publisher............................ Steve Strickbine ...................steve@timespublications.com Executive Editor. ....................Paul Maryniak ...........pmaryniak@timespublications.com Advertising Director .................Michael Hiatt ..................mhiatt@timespublications.com Classified Manager ....................Elaine Cota ..................................... ecota@evtrib.com Circulation Director ...............Aaron Kolodny

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ........................Weekly, AM Publication Day(s) ................................ Sun. Sunday Circ. ...................Paid, (Free), Total ................................ 0, (158,915), 158,915 Audit .............. Publisher’s Sworn Statement

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline ........................... 5 p.m., Weds. Local Advertising Tax Rate ................... 3% Local Sales Tax NOT Included in Rates

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description.....................Tab Column Width ............................2.35 Inches Classified Columns .................... 1.11 Inches Page Depth................................... 11 Inches

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline ...............Thursday for Tuesday Local Advertising Tax Rate ................... 2% Local Sales Tax NOT Included in Rates

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description.......................... ...................................... 22-in. Broadsheet Column Width ........................1.5625 Inches Classified Columns ................1.5625 Inches Page Depth................................21.5 Inches

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NEW RIVER, ANTHEM, BLACK CANYON CITY, CAVE CREEK, CAREFREE, DESERT HILLS

NOGALES

PAGE

Nogales International

Lake Powell Chronicle

Foothills Focus 268 W. View Point Dr. .....Nogales AZ 85621 County ....................................... Santa Cruz 46641 N. Black Canyon Highway, Ste. 1 .... ................................. New River AZ 85087 County ...........................................Maricopa Telephone ...........................(623) 465-5808 FAX .....................................(623) 465-1363 E-Mail ........ foothillsfocus@qwestoffice.net Website ............. www.thefoothillsfocus.com Year Established ................................. 2002 Owner ............... Karen and John Alexander

PERSONNEL

Publisher .............................John Alexander (623) 465-5808 ...foothillsfocus@qwestoffice.net Managing Editor .............. Elizabeth Medora .................... editor@thefoothillsfocus.com Graphics/Production .......... Dave McQueen ................graphics@thefoothillsfocus.com Web Advertising ..................John Alexander (623) 465-5808 ......................................... .................. foothillsfocus@qwestoffice.net

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ........................Weekly, PM Publication Day(s) ................................ Wed Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total .................................... 0, (12,760), 12,760 Single Copy Price ................................ Free In County Subscription Rate ......... $77/Year Audit ............................................ Unverified

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline .............................1 week prior

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description ...................TAB Column Width ................................2 Inches Classified Columns ........................2 Inches Page Depth ............................12.75” Inches

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Telephone ............................(520) 375-5760 FAX ...................................... (520) 761-3115 E-Mail Address ............................................ ....... publisher@nogalesinternational.com Website........www.nogalesinternational.com Official newspaper of ..... Santa Cruz County Year Established .................................. 1925 Owner ................ Wick Communications Co.

PERSONNEL

Publisher / Editor ............... Manuel Coppola (520) 375-5760 ......................................... ...........publisher@nogalesinternational.com Managing Editor .................. Jonathan Clark (520) 375-5760 ......................................... .......... editorial@nogalesinternational.com Classified ..................................................... ...... classifieds@nogalesinternational.com Circulation Manager ........ Richardo Villareal (520) 375-5760 .........................................

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ........................Weekly, AM Publication Day(s) .................................. Fri Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total ........................................ 1,899, (1), 1,900 Single Copy Price .................................. 75¢ In County Subscription Rate .......... $52/Year Audit ...........Postal Statement of Ownership

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline ................................................. .................... 5 p.m., 3 business days prior Local Advertising Tax Rate ................ 2.0% Local Sales Tax NOT Included in Rates

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description............... Tall tab Column Width ............................1.55 Inches Classified Columns .............................1 Inch Page Depth...................................14 Inches

635 Elm Street, Ste. 7 .........Page AZ 86040 P.O. Box 1716......................Page AZ 86040 County .......................................... Coconino Telephone ............................(928) 645-8888 FAX ......................................(928) 645-2209 Website.........www.lakepowellchronicle.com Year Established .................................. 1965 Owner ...................News Media Corporation

PERSONNEL

Publisher...............................Mike Caywood ... mcaywood@ @lakepowellchronicle.com Editor ........................................ Krista Allen ..............Kallen@lakepowellchronicle.com Advertising ....................................Ed Pease ............ epease@lakepowellchronicle.com Circulation Manager ....... Norma Tsinnijinnie ..... ntsinnijinnie@lakepowellchronicle.com Production Mgr. ...........................Marty Sisk ...............msisk@lakepowellchronicle.com

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ........................Weekly, PM Publication Day(s) ................................ Wed Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total ....................................... 813, (500), 1,313 Single Copy Price .................................... $1 In County Subscription Rate ..... $53.15/Year Audit ...........Postal Statement of Ownership

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline .................... 5 p.m. Friday prior Local Advertising Tax Rate ................ 3.3% Local Sales Tax NOT Included in Rates

SPECIFICATIONS

Page Description ....................... Broadsheet Column Width ..........................1.556 Inches Classified Columns ..................1.556 Inches Page Depth................................21.5 Inches

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PARADISE VALLEY

PARKER

Town of Paradise Valley Independent

Parker Pioneer

PAYSON, PINE, STRAWBERRY, STAR VALLEY, TONTO BASIN

Payson Roundup 1317 Joshua Ave., Ste. L ....................................... Parker AZ 85344 P.O. Box 3365................... Parker AZ 85344 County ............................................... LaPaz 23043 N. 16th Lane ........ Phoenix AZ 85027 County ...........................................Maricopa Telephone ............................(623) 972-6101 FAX ......................................(623) 445-2740 E-mail .....................aznews@newszap.com Website..........................www.yourvalley.net Year Established .................................. 1985 Owner ....Independent Newsmedia Inc. USA

PERSONNEL

Publisher............................ Charlene Bisson (623) 445-2823 ......................................... .............................cbisson@newszap.com Managing Editor ............. Terrance Thornton (623) 445-2744 ......................................... ...........................tthornton@newszap.com Nat’l Accts. Coordinator. ......Kevin Mahoney (623) 445-2807 ......................................... ............................... azads@newszap.com

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ........................Weekly, AM Publication Day(s) ................................ Wed Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total ........................................ 0, (8,109), 8,109 In County Subscription Rate ........ $120/Year Audit ............................................ Unverified

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline ................................................. ................ 5 p.m. Thursday prior for Weds. Local Sales Tax Included in Rates

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description.......................... ...................................27.5-In Web Tabloid Column Width ........................1.5625 Inches Classified Columns ................1.1406 Inches Page Depth................................12.5 Inches

Telephone ............................(928) 669-2275 FAX ......................................(928) 669-9624 E-Mail Address pioneer@havasunews.com Website....................www.parkerpioneer.net Year Established .................................. 1954 Owner ............. River City Newspapers, LLC

PERSONNEL

President ................................... Mike Quinn (928) 669-2275 ......................................... .......................... quinn@havasunews.com Managing Editor ................Brandon Bowers (928) 669-2275, Ext. 206 .......................... editor@havasunews.com Advertising & Marketing Director ................. ........................................... Michael Evans (928) 453-4237, Ext. 201 .......................... ...................... mevans@havasunews.com Classified Ads . ............................................ (928) 453-4237, Ext. 246 .......................... .................... classified@havasunews.com Circulation Mgr................Alexis Christensen (928) 453-4237, Ext. 202 .......................... ............................. circ@havasunews.com Advertising/Production Supervisor .............. ..................................................Dina Goss (928) 453-4237, Ext. 211 .......................... ............................ web@havasunews.com

Telephone ............................(928) 474-5251 Advertising ....................... (928) 474-5251 E-Mail Address ............ editor@payson.com Website............................ www.payson.com Official newspaper of .................Gila County Year Established .................................. 1937 Owner ........ White Mountain Publishing LLC

PERSONNEL

Publisher................................. Brian Kramer (928) 537-5721 ......................................... .........................bkramer@wmicentral.com Operations Manager ...............Julie Williams (928) 474-5251, Ext. 107 .......................... ............................. jlwilliams@payson.com Editor ..................................Alexis Bechman (928) 474-5251, Ext. 112 ............................. .................................. editor@payson.com General Manager..................... Gary Tackett (928) 474-5251, Ext. 117 .......................... ...............................gtackett@payson.com Circulation Manager ..................Patty Behm (928) 474-5251, Ext. 108 .......................... ................................ pbehm@payson.com Production Manager ...... Sherrie McQuerrey (928) 474-5251, Ext. 109 .......................... ...........................production@payson.com

CIRCULATION

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ............. Twice Weekly, PM Publication Day(s) ....................... Tues & Fri Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total .................................... 4,635, (195), 4,830 Single Copy Price .................................... $1 In County Subscription Rate .......... $70/Year E-Subscription .................Paid, (Free), Total .................................................. 94, (0), 94 Audit ...........Postal Statement of Ownership

ADVERTISING

ADVERTISING

Circulation cycle ........................Weekly, AM Publication Day(s) ............................... Wed. Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total .................................... 1,893, (136), 2,029 Single Copy Price .................................. 50¢ In County Subscription Rate ..... $23.10/Year Audit ...........Postal Statement of Ownership Ad Deadline ....................... Thursday 4 p.m. Local Advertising Tax Rate ................... 2% Local Sales Tax NOT Included in Rates

SPECIFICATIONS

Newspapers deliver.

708 N. Beeline Hwy ......... Payson AZ 85541 P.O. Box 2520.................. Payson AZ 85547 County ................................................... Gila

Standard Page Description................... SAU Column Width ..........................1.569 Inches Classified Columns ..................1.569 Inches Page Depth...................................21 Inches

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Ad deadline..................10 a.m., 3 days prior Local Advertising Tax Rate .............. 2.88% Local Sales Tax NOT Included in Rates TMC Product(s) .......Name(s), Dist., Day(s): ............. Rim Review, 10,600, Wednesday

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description.......................... ...................................... 50-in. Broadsheet Column Width ........................1.5625 Inches Classified Columns ................1.5625 Inches Page Depth................................21.5 Inches

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PEORIA

PEORIA

PHOENIX, AHWATUKEE

Peoria Independent

Peoria Times

Ahwatukee Foothills News

17220 N. Boswell Blvd., Ste. 101 ............... .................................... Sun City AZ 85373 County ...........................................Maricopa Telephone ............................(623) 972-6101 FAX ......................................(623) 974-6004 Website..........................www.yourvalley.net Year Established .................................. 1999 Owner .... Independent Newsmedia, Inc. USA

PERSONNEL

250 N. Litchfield Rd., #100............................. ....................................... Goodyear AZ 85338 County ...........................................Maricopa Telephone ............................(623) 847-4600 FAX ......................................(623) 935-2103 E-Mail Address ......wtoops@star-times.com Website..................... www.peoriatimes.com Year Established .................................. 1952 Owner ........................... Times Media Group

Telephone ............................(480) 898-7900 FAX ......................................(480) 893-5606 E-Mail Address ............................................ ......................info@timespublications.com Website.......................www.ahwatukee.com Year Established .................................. 1978 Owner ........................... Times Media Group

PERSONNEL

PERSONNEL

Circulation cycle ........................Weekly, AM Publication Day(s) ................................ Wed Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total .................................... 0, (20,645), 20,645 Audit .............. Publisher’s Sworn Statement

Associate Publisher ...........William E. Toops (623) 847-4602, Ext. 4602 ........................ ............................wtoops@star-times.com Editor .................Christina Fucco-Karasinski (623) 847-4604, Ext. 4604 ........................ .............. christina@timespublications.com Advertising Rep ....................Barbara Duran (623) 847-4608 Ext. 4608 ......................... ............................ bduran@star-times.com Advertising Rep ..................Connie Williams (623) 847-4601, Ext. 4601 ........................ ...............................sales@star-times.com Circulation ............................Aaron Kolodny (623) 535-8439 .........................................

ADVERTISING

CIRCULATION

Publisher............................ Charlene Bisson (623) 445-2823 ....cbisson@newszap.com Editor .................................. Philip Haldiman (623) 876-3697 ......................................... ........................ phaldiman@newszap.com Advertising ................ azads@newszap.com

CIRCULATION

Ad Deadline .............................Thurs., Noon Sales Tax .......................... included in rates

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description.......................... ..................................27.5-in. Web Tabloid Column Width ........................1.5625 Inches Classified Columns ................1.1406 Inches Page Depth................................12.5 Inches

Circulation cycle ........................Weekly, AM Publication Day(s) .............................. Thurs Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total .................................... 0, (12,407), 12,407 Audit .............. Publisher’s Sworn Statement

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline ............... 4 p.m. Thursday prior Local Advertising Tax Rate ................... 3% Local Sales Tax NOT Included in Rates

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description.....................Tab Column Width ............................2.35 Inches Classified Columns ......................1.5 Inches Page Depth................................... 11 Inches

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1620 W. Fountainhead Parkway, Ste. 219 .... ....................................... Tempe AZ 85282 County ...........................................Maricopa

Publisher............................ Steve Strickbine ...................steve@timespublications.com Executive Editor.....................Paul Maryniak ...........pmaryniak@timespublications.com Advertising Director .................Michael Hiatt ..................mhiatt@timespublications.com Classified Manager ....................Elaine Cota .............................ecota@ahwatukee.com Circulation Director ...............Aaron Kolodny

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ........................Weekly, AM Publication Day(s) ........................Wed., Fri. Weekday Circ. ................Paid, (Free), Total .................................... 0, (27,893), 27,893 Audit .............. Publisher’s Sworn Statement

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline ................................................. .............. 5 p.m. Thur., week prior for Wed. .................................... 5 p.m. Mon. for Fri. Local Advertising Tax Rate ................... 3% Local Sales Tax NOT Included in Rates

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description.....................Tab Column Width ............................2.35 Inches Classified Columns .................... 1.11 Inches Page Depth................................... 11 Inches

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PHOENIX

PHOENIX

PHOENIX

Arizona Business Gazette

Arizona Capitol Times

Arizona Informant

1835 W. Adams ....Phoenix AZ 85007-2603 P.O. Box 2260........Phoenix AZ 85002-2260 County ...........................................Maricopa

1301 E. Washington St., Suite 101 .............. ..................................... Phoenix AZ 85034 County ...........................................Maricopa

Telephone ............................(602) 258-7026 FAX ......................................(602) 258-2504 Website................. www.azcapitoltimes.com Year Established .................................. 1946 Owner ................Arizona News Service LLC

Telephone ............................(602) 257-9300 FAX ......................................(602) 257-0547 E-Mail Address ............................................ .................. ainewspaper@qwestoffice.net Website..................... www.azinformant.com Year Established .................................. 1960 Owner ...........Arizona Informant Newspaper

200 E. Van Buren ........... Phoenix AZ 85004 P.O. Box 194................... Phoenix AZ 85001 County ...........................................Maricopa Telephone ............................(602) 444-7315 FAX ......................................(602) 444-7364 Website..........................www.abgnews.com Year Established .................................. 1880 Owner ............................... Gannett Co., Inc.

PERSONNEL

Executive Editor........................Greg Burton (602) 444-8797 .......................................... ............ greg.burton@arizonarepublic.com Information Specialist .................Ebony Day (602) 444-8140 ......................................... ........................ ebony.day@azcentral.com Ad Supervisor ......................(602) 444-7333

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ........................Weekly, AM Publication Day(s) .............................. Thurs Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total .............................................. 193, (0), 193 E-copies ..........................Paid, (Free), Total .............................................. 229, (0), 229 Single Copy Price .................................... $1 In County Subscription Rate ... $234.02/Year Audit ...........Postal Statement of Ownership

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline .................... 5 p.m. Friday prior Legal Ad Deadline ..... 5 p.m. Thursday prior

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description........ Broadsheet Column Width ............................. .95 Inches

PERSONNEL

Associate Publisher ...........Luige Del Puerto (602) 889-7131 ......................................... ................ ldelpuerto@azcapitoltimes.com Managing Editor ........................Gary Grado ..................... ggrado@azcapitoltimes.com Advertising ..............................Lisa Simpson .................. lsimpson@azcapitoltimes.com

Publisher..................... Cloves Campbell, Jr. Co-Publisher ..........Roland W. Campbell, Jr. Editor .......................... Cloves Campbell, Jr. Managing Editor ....... Nancy Thomas-Jones Business Manager ........... Lanette Campbell

CIRCULATION

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ........................Weekly, AM Publication Day(s) ................................... Fri Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total ...................................... 1,192, (92), 1,284 Single Copy Price ............................... $2.50 In County Subscription Rate ........ $179/Year E-Subscription ............................. $179/Year ......................................Paid, (Free), Total .............................................. 237, (0), 237 Audit ...........Postal Statement of Ownership

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline ................ 4 p.m., Monday prior Local Advertising Tax Rate ................ 0.5% Local Sales Tax NOT Included in Rates

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description.....................Tab Column Width ..........................2.375 Inches Classified Columns .................2.375 Inches Page Depth............................13.875 Inches

PERSONNEL

Circulation cycle ........................Weekly, AM Publication Day(s) .................... Wednesday Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total .................................... 14,680, (0), 14,680 Audit ............................................ Unverified Single Copy Price ................................ .50¢ In State Subscription Rate ............. $30/Year Out of State Subscription Rate ...... $35/Year

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline .......................... noon, Fri. prior Local Advertising Tax Rate ................ 1.5% Local Sales Tax NOT Included in Rates

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description.....................Tab Column Width ..........................1.625 Inches Classified Columns ..................1.625 Inches Page Depth................................15.5 Inches

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PHOENIX, STATEWIDE

PHOENIX

PHOENIX

AZ Chinese News

Phoenix Business Journal

The Record Reporter

2620 N. 16th St. ............. Phoenix AZ 85006 County ...........................................Maricopa Telephone ............................(602) 269-3062 E-Mail Address ............................................ ......................azchinesenews@gmail.com Website...................... www.azchinese.news Year Established .................................. 1990

PERSONNEL

Publishers ....................................Kaiying Li (602) 269-3062 ............ azcnews@cox.net Director ................................Shuming Wong (602) 269-3062 ......................................... ......................azchinesenews@gmail.com Editor-in-Chief..........................Jianping Sun (480) 628-8433 ......................................... Marketing Director ................... Jenny Wong (602) 269-3062 ............ azcnews@cox.net

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ........................Weekly, AM Publication Day(s) ................................... Fri Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total ........................................ 2,560, (0), 2,560 ..... includes 4 pg. English section: Arizona Chinese American ....................................... In County Subscription Rate .................. $50 Audit .............. Publisher’s Sworn Statement

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline ............................... Weds. prior Local Advertising Tax Rate ................ 1.8% Local Sales Tax NOT Included in Rates

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description.....................Tab Column Width ............................2.75 Inches Classified Columns ....................2.75 Inches Page Depth...................................21 Inches

101 N. First Ave., #2300 .............................. ............................Phoenix AZ 85003-1903 County ...........................................Maricopa Telephone ............................(602) 230-8400 E-Mail Address ... phoenix@bizjournals.com Website......... www.phoenix.bizjournals.com Year Established .................................. 1980 Owner ......American City Business Journals

PERSONNEL

Publisher..................................... Ray Schey (602) 230-8400 .. rschey@bizjournals.com Editor-in-Chief...............................Greg Barr (602) 308-6513 .... gbarr@bizjournals.com Ad Director...............................Amy Lindsey (602) 308-6525 ................................................. Audience Development Director .................. ............................................. Chris Jansen (602) 308-6540 ......................................... Production Manager .............Dave Hostetler (602) 308-6542 ......................................... ...................... dhostetler@bizjournals.com

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ...............................Weekly Publication Day(s) ............................. Friday Weekday Circ. ................Paid, (Free), Total .................................... 13,433, (0), 13,433 Single Copy Price .................................... $6 In County Subscription Rate ........ $140/Year E-Subscription ............................ $115/Year Audit .....................................................AAM

ADVERTISING

2025 N. Third St., Suite #155 ...................... ............................Phoenix AZ 85004-1425 County ...........................................Maricopa Telephone ............................(602) 417-9900 FAX ......................................(602) 417-9910 E-Mail Address ............................................ ............ record_reporter@dailyjournal.com Website................. www.recordreporter.com Year Established .................................. 1914 Owner ............................Daily Journal Corp.

PERSONNEL

Publisher...................................Diane Heuel (602) 417-9900 ......................................... ................. diane_heuel@dailyjournal.com Production Editor ................ Heather Gibson (602) 417-9900 ......................................... ............ heather_gibson@dailyjournal.com

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ...Three Times Weekly, AM Publication Day(s) ............. Mon., Weds, Fri. Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total .................................................. 58, (0), 58 Single Copy Price ............................... $1.75 In County Subscription Rate ..... $56.31/Year Audit ...........Postal Statement of Ownership

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline ..............................1 week prior Local Advertising Tax Rate ................. 0.5% Local Sales Tax NOT Included in Rates

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description............... Tabloid Classified Columns ................1.9375 Inches

Ad Deadline ....... 5 p.m. Wed., 10 days prior Local Advertising Tax Rate ................ 0.5% Local Sales Tax NOT Included in Rates

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description.....................Tab Column Width ..........................2.375 Inches Page Depth..............................12.75 Inches

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PHOENIX / WEST: AVONDALE, BUCKEYE, GOODYEAR, LITCHFIELD PARK, TOLLESON

West Valley View

250 N. Litchfield Rd., #130............................. ....................................... Goodyear AZ 85338 County ...........................................Maricopa Telephone ............................(623) 847-4600 FAX ......................................(623) 935-2103 E-Mail Address ............................................ .............. advertising@westvalleyview.com Website................ www.westvalleyview.com Year Established .................................. 1986 Owner ........................... Times Media Group ......................info@timespublications.com

PERSONNEL

Publisher............................ Steve Strickbine ...................steve@timespublications.com Editor ................ Christina Fuoco-Karasinski .................. christina@westvalleyview.com Advertising Director .................Michael Hiatt ..................mhiatt@timespublications.com Classified Manager ....................Elaine Cota ...................ecota@timespublications.com Circulation Director ...............Aaron Kolodny

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ........................Weekly, AM Publication Day(s) ............................... Wed. Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total .................................... 0, (71,067), 71,067 Audit .............. Publisher’s Sworn Statement

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline .....................5 p.m., Thursdays Local Advertising Tax Rate ................... 3% Local Sales Tax NOT Included in Rates

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description.....................Tab Column Width ............................2.35 Inches Classified Columns .................... 1.11 Inches Page Depth................................... 11 Inches

PRESCOTT VALLEY

SAFFORD

Prescott Valley Tribune

Eastern Arizona Courier

8307 E. State Rte. Highway 69, Ste. B........ .......................... Prescott Valley AZ 86314 P.O. Box 26564.... Prescott Valley AZ 86312 County .............................................Yavapai Telephone ............................(928) 445-3333 FAX ......................................(928) 775-7417 Website............................... www.pvtrib.com Year Established .................................. 1983 Owner ..................Western News&Info., Inc.

PERSONNEL

Publisher/CEO ...............................Kit Atwell (928) 445-3333, Ext. 1070 ........................ Advertising Director ..................................... ............................................. Megan Smith (928) 445-3333, Ext. 2023 ........................ ...........................msmith@prescottaz.com Senior News Editor ....... Tim Wiederaenders (928) 445-3333, Ext. 2032 ........................ ............................ twieds@prescottaz.com Classifieds Director & ................................. WNI Audience Development Director .......... .............................................. Jack Perkins (928) 445-3333, Ext. 1044 ........................ ..................................jperkins@prescottaz

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ........................Weekly, AM Publication Day(s) ............................... Wed. Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total ............................. 2,356, (11,742), 14,098 Single Copy Price .................................. 50¢ In County Subscription Rate ... $125.58/Year Audit .............. Publisher’s Sworn Statement

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline ............... 4 p.m. Thursday prior Local Advertising Tax Rate .............. 2.75% Local Sales Tax NOT included in Rates

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description................... SAU Column Width ........................1.5556 Inches Classified Columns ................1.5556 Inches Page Depth................................21.5 Inches

301 East Highway 70, Suite A ............................. Safford AZ 85546-1245 County ............................................ Graham Telephone ............................(928) 428-2560 FAX ......................................(928) 428-5396 E-Mail Address .......monica@eacourier.com Website......................... www.eacourier.com Official newspaper of .......... Graham County Year Established .................................. 1967 Owner ................ Wick Communications Co.

PERSONNEL

Publisher..............................Monica Watson (928) 428-2560, Ext. 6225 ........................ .............................monica@eacourier.com Business Office Mgr...........Stephanie Jones (928) 428-2560, Ext. 6223 ........................ .......................... business@eacourier.com Editor ........................................... David Bell (928) 428-2560 ...... editor@eacourier.com Advertising Manager............Monica Watson (928) 428-2560, Ext. 6225 ........................ .............................monica@eacourier.com Classified Director ................ Bethani Schaff (928) 428-2560, Ext. 6243 ........................ ............................... classi@eacourier.com Circulation Manager ..........Stephanie Jones (928) 428-2560, Ext. 6223 ........................ .......................... mgrcircu@eacourier.com

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ..............Twice Weekly, AM Publication Day(s) .........................Wed, Sat Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total .................................... 4,815, (352), 5,167 Sat. Circ. ..........................Paid, (Free), Total ...................................... 3,981, (25), 4,006 Single Copy Price .................................... $1 In County Subscription Rate .......... $57/Year Audit ............................................ Unverified

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline ....... Noon Thurs. prior to Wed., .....................Noon Wed. prior to Saturday Local Advertising Tax Rate ..................... 3% Local Sales Tax NOT Included in Rates

SPECIFICATIONS

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Standard Page Description.............. Tall Tab Column Width ............................1.55 Inches Classified Columns .............................1 Inch Page Depth...................................14 Inches

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SAHUARITA

Sahuarita Sun

SAN MANUEL, ORACLE, MAMMOTH

San Manuel Miner

18705 S. I-19 Frontage Road, Suite 125 ..... ............................. Green Valley AZ 85614 County ................................................. Pima Telephone ............................ (520) 625-5511 FAX ......................................(520) 625-8046 Editorial FAX ........................(520) 625-1603 E-Mail Address ..... dsanchez@gvnews.com Website................... www.sahuaritasun.com Year Established .................................. 2005 Owner ................................... Robert J. Wick

PERSONNEL

Publisher..................................Dru Sanchez (520) 547-9722 .. dsanchez@gvnews.com Editor ....................................... Dan Shearer (520) 547-9770 ......................................... .................... dshearer@sahuaritasun.com Regional Business Manager........................ ...............................................Anne Maner (520) 547-9734 ......amaner@gvnews.com Circulation Manager ...............Bonnie Olsen (520) 547-9723 ....... bolsen@gvnews.com Production Manager ......Graham Harrington (520) 547-9754 ....gsh@sahuaritasun.com Advertising Manager..................Sarah Keith (520) 547-9729 ........ skeith@gvnews.com Web Advertising.........................Sarah Keith (520) 547-9767 ........ skeith@gvnews.com

CIRCULATION

139 W. 8th Ave. ........San Manuel AZ 85631 P.O. Box 60...............San Manuel AZ 85631 County ................................................. Pinal Telephone ............................(520) 385-2266 FAX ......................................(520) 363-9663 E-Mail Address ............................................ ................. michaelc@minersunbasin.com Website......................www.copperarea.com Year Established .................................. 1953 Owner ..............Central Pinal Publishing Co.

PERSONNEL

Publisher............................... James Carnes (520) 385-2266 ......................................... Editor .................................. Jennifer Carnes (520) 385-2266 ......................................... .................. jenniferc@minersunbasin.com General Manager................ Michael Carnes ................. michaelc@minersunbasin.com Advertising Director .............. James Carnes Circulation Mgr ................... Michael Carnes ................. michaelc@minersunbasin.com

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ....................... Weekly, AM Publication Day(s) ............................... Wed. Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total .................................... 474, (7,212), 7,686 Single Copy Price ................................ .50¢ In County Subscription Rate .......... $22/Year Audit ...........................VAC Audit Statement

Circulation cycle ........................Weekly, PM Publication Day(s) ................................ Wed Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total ........................................ 1,276, (6), 1,282 Single Copy Price ................................ .50¢ In County Subscription Rate ..... $35.50/Year Audit ...........Postal Statement of Ownership

ADVERTISING

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline .................... Noon, 4 days prior

Ad Deadline ............................ 5 p.m. Friday

SPECIFICATIONS

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description.......................... ...................................................... Tall Tab Column Width ............................1.55 Inches Classified Columns ....................1.55 Inches Page Depth...................................14 Inches

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SEDONA

Sedona Red Rock News

298 Van Deren Road ................................... ............................ Sedona AZ 86336-0619 P.O. Box 619....................Sedona AZ 86339 County .......................................... Coconino Telephone ............................(928) 282-7795 FAX ...................................... (928) 282-6011 E-Mail Address ............................................ .............. klarson@larsonnewspapers.com Website....................www.redrocknews.com Year Established .................................. 1963 Owner ..................Larson Newspapers, LLC

PERSONNEL

Publisher...............................Robert Larson (928) 282-5580, Ext. 212 .......................... .............................bob@redrocknews.com General Manager...................... Kyle Larson (928) 567-3341 ......................................... .............. klarson@larsonnewspapers.com Managing Editor ...Christopher Fox Graham (928) 282-5580, Ext. 129 .......................... Advertising Director .................. Kyle Larson (928) 282-5580, Ext. 114 .......................... Circulation Manager ............... Eric Mageary (928) 282-5580, Ext. 223 .......................... Production Manager .................... Tim Smith (928) 282-5580, Ext. 177 ..........................

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ..............Twice Weekly, AM Publication Day(s) ...................... Wed & Fri. Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total .................................... 4,045, (250), 4,295 E-Subscriptions ....................... 428, (0), 428 Single Copy Price .................................. 75¢ In County Subscription Rate .......... $39/Year Audit ...........Postal Statement of Ownership

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline ............1 p.m. Tues. & Fri. prior

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description................... SAU Column Width ..............................1.8 Inches Classified Columns ......................1.8 Inches Page Depth...................................21 Inches


WEEKLY & SEMIWEEKLY NEWSPAPERS

SHOW LOW, EAGAR, HEBER-OVERGAARD, PINETOP-LAKESIDE, SPRINGERVILLE, ST. JOHNS, SNOWFLAKE, TAYLOR, WHITERIVER

SUN CITY

SUN CITY WEST

Sun City Independent

Sun City West Independent

17220 N. Boswell Blvd., Ste. 101 ................ .................................... Sun City AZ 85373 County ...........................................Maricopa

17220 N. Boswell Blvd., Ste. 101 ................ .................................... Sun City AZ 85373 County ...........................................Maricopa

Telephone ............................(623) 972-6101 FAX ......................................(623) 974-6004 E-Mail Address ...... wvnews@newszap.com Website..........................www.yourvalley.net Year Established .................................. 1960 Owner ....Independent Newsmedia Inc. USA

Telephone ............................(623) 972-6101 FAX ......................................(623) 974-6004 E-Mail Address ............................................ ............................ wvnews@newszap.com Website..........................www.yourvalley.net Year Established .................................. 1978 Owner ....Independent Newsmedia Inc. USA

White Mountain Independent

3191 S. White Mountain Rd., #3.................. ................................. Show Low AZ 85901 P.O. Box 1570............. Show Low AZ 85902 County .......................... Navajo and Apache Telephone ............................(928) 537-5721 FAX ......................................(928) 537-1780 E-Mail Address ...bkramer@wmicentral.com Website.......................www.wmicentral.com Year Established .................................. 1888 Owner ........ White Mountain Publishing LLC

PERSONNEL

Publisher................................. Brian Kramer (928) 537-5721 ......................................... .........................bkramer@wmicentral.com General Manager .................Wiley Acheson ......................wacheson@wmicentral.com Editor ..................................... Trudy Balcom ......................... tbalcom@wmicentral.com Office Manager ........................ Jenna Troutt .................... accounting@wmicentral.com Circulation Manager ..............Susan Gaines

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ..............Twice Weekly, AM Publication Day(s) ....................... Tues & Fri Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total ...................................... 5,566, (17), 5,583 Single Copy Price ................ $1, Tues. & Fri. In County Subscription Rate .......... $62/Year E-Subscription ............................... $62/Year ........................................ 1,817, (0), 1,817 Audit ...........Postal Statement of Ownership

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline ..................... Noon 6 days prior Local Advertising Tax Rate ................... 2% Local Sales Tax NOT Included in Rates TMC Product(s) .......Name(s), Dist., Day(s): ........White Mountain Saver, 24,857, Wed.

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description.......................... ...................................... 22-in. Broadsheet Column Width ........................1.5625 Inches Classified Columns ................1.5625 Inches Page Depth................................21.5 Inches

PERSONNEL

Publisher............................ Charlene Bisson (623) 445-2823 ....cbisson@newszap.com Editor ................................. Rusty Bradshaw (623) 445-2725 ......................................... ........................ rbradshaw@newszap.com National Accounts Coord. ...Kevin Mahoney (623) 876-2569 ......................................... ............................... azads@newszap.com

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ........................Weekly, AM Publication Day(s) ................................ Wed Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total .................................... 0, (19,475), 19,475 E-Subscription ...................................... Free Audit .............. Publisher’s Sworn Statement

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline ................................................. .................. Noon, Thursday prior for Wed. Local Sales Tax .............. included in rates

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description.......................... ..................................27.5-in. Web Tabloid Column Width ........................1.5625 Inches Classified Columns ................1.1406 Inches Page Depth................................12.5 Inches

PERSONNEL

Publisher............................ Charlene Bisson (623) 445-2823 ....cbisson@newszap.com Editor ................................. Rusty Bradshaw (623) 445-2725 ......................................... ........................ rbradshaw@newszap.com National Accounts Coord. ...Kevin Mahoney (623) 876-2569 ......................................... ............................... azads@newszap.com

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ....................... Weekly, AM Publication Day(s) ................................ Wed Weekday Circ. ................ Paid, (Free), Total .................................... 0, (12,267), 12,267 E-Subscription ...................................... Free Audit ............ Publisher’s Sworn Statement

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline ..... Noon Friday prior for Weds.

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description.......................... ..................................27.5-in. Web Tabloid Column Width ........................1.5625 Inches Classified Columns ................1.1406 Inches Page Depth................................12.5 Inches

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SUPERIOR

Superior Sun

SURPRISE, EL MIRAGE

Surprise Independent

467 Main St.. ................. Superior AZ 85173 P.O. Box 579.....................Kearny AZ 85137 County ................................................. Pinal 17220 N. Boswell Blvd., Ste. 101 ............... .................................... Sun City AZ 85373 County ...........................................Maricopa

Telephone ............................(520) 363-5554 FAX ......................................(520) 363-9663 E-Mail Address ............................................ .................... michaelc@minersunbasin.com Website......................www.copperarea.com Year Established .................................. 1920 Owner .......................................................... ..................... Copper Area News Publishers

Telephone ............................(623) 972-6101 FAX ......................................(623) 974-6004 Website..........................www.yourvalley.net Year Established .................................. 1995 Owner .... Independent Newsmedia, Inc. USA

PERSONNEL

PERSONNEL

Publisher/Ad Manager .......... James Carnes .............................................(520) 363-5554 General Manager................ Michael Carnes ................. michaelc@minersunbasin.com Managing Editor ................. Jennifer Carnes .................. jenniferc@minersunbasin.com Circ./Class. Manager .......... Michael Carnes ................. michaelc@minersunbasin.com

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ........................Weekly, PM Publication Day(s) ................................ Wed Weekday Circ. ................. Paid, (Free), Total .............................................. 689, (5), 694 Single Copy Price .................................. 50¢ In County Subscription Rate ..... $35.50/Year Audit ...........Postal Statement of Ownership

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline ............................ 5 p.m. Friday Local Advertising Tax Rate ................... 4% Local Sales Tax NOT Included in Rates

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description................... SAU Column Width ............................1.51 Inches Classified Columns ....................1.51 Inches Page Depth................................9.75 Inches

Publisher............................ Charlene Bisson (623) 445-2823 ....cbisson@newszap.com Editor ....................................... Jason Stone (623) 876-2528 ...... jstone@newszap.com National Accounts Coord. ...Kevin Mahoney (623) 876-2569 ......................................... ............................... azads@newszap.com

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ........................Weekly, AM Publication Day(s) ................................ Wed Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total .................................... 0, (26,538), 26,538 Audit .............. Publisher’s Sworn Statement

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline .........................Thursday, noon

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description.......................... ..................................27.5-in. Web Tabloid Column Width ........................1.5625 Inches Classified Columns ................1.1406 Inches Page Depth................................12.5 Inches

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TUCSON, CATALINA FOOTHILLS, MARANA, ORO VALLEY

Explorer

7225 N. Mona Lisa Rd., Suite 125............... ..................................... Tucson AZ 85741 County ................................................. Pima Telephone ............................(520) 797-4384 FAX ......................................(520) 575-8891 E-Mail .......................................................... ........tucsoneditor@tucsonlocalmedia.com Website............ www.tucsonlocalmedia.com Year Established .................................. 1993 Owner ..................Tucson Local Media, LLC

PERSONNEL

President/Publisher ............... Jason Joseph (520) 797-4384, Ext. 15 ............................ .......................jjoseph@azlocalmedia.com Ad Director/Assoc. Publisher ....................... ........................................ Casey Anderson (520) 797-4384, Ext. 22 ............................ .........................casey@azlocalmedia.com General Manager...................... Jaime Hood (520) 797-4384, Ext. 12 ............................ ...................jaime@tucsonlocalmedia.com Executive Editor..........................Jim Nintzel (520) 797-4384, Ext. 38 ............................ .....................jimn@tucsonlocalmedia.com Managing Editor ............Logan Burtch-Buus (520) 797-4384, Ext. 36 ............................ .................. logan@tucsonlocalmedia.com Production Manager ................ David Abbott (520) 797-4384, Ext. 18 ............................... ...................david@tucsonlocalmedia.com Circulation .............................Alex Carrasco (520) 797-4384, Ext. 17 ............................... .....................alex@tucsonlocalmedia.com

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ........................Weekly, AM Publication Day(s) ................................ Wed Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total .................................. 14, (30,452), 30,466 Single Copy Price ................................. Free In County Subscription Rate ..... $50.25/Year Audit .............. Publisher’s Sworn Statement

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline ..... 1 p.m., MST, Thursday prior

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description................... SAU Column Width ............................1.57 Inches Classified Columns ....................1.57 Inches Page Depth................................... 11 Inches


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TUCSON

WICKENBURG

WILLCOX

Tucson Weekly

The Wickenburg Sun

Arizona Range News

7225 N. Mona Lisa Rd., Suite 125............... ..................................... Tucson AZ 85741 County ................................................. Pima

180 N. Washington St. ................................. ............................... Wickenburg AZ 85390 County ...........................................Maricopa

122 S. Haskell ..................Willcox AZ 85643 P.O. Box 1155 ...................Willcox AZ 85644 County ............................................ Cochise

Telephone ............................(520) 797-4384 FAX ......................................(520) 575-8891 E-Mail .......................................................... ........tucsoneditor@tucsonlocalmedia.com Website............ www.tucsonlocalmedia.com Year Established .................................. 1993 Owner ..................Tucson Local Media, LLC

Telephone ............................(928) 684-5454 Website................ www.wickenburgsun.com Year Established .................................. 1934 Owner ............ Brehm Communications, Inc.

Telephone ............................(520) 384-3571 FAX ......................................(520) 384-3572 E-Mail rangenews@willcoxrangenews.com Website............www.willcoxrangenews.com Year Established .................................. 1884 Owner ................ Wick Communications Co.

PERSONNEL

President/Publisher ............... Jason Joseph (520) 797-4384, Ext. 15 ............................ .......................jjoseph@azlocalmedia.com Ad Director/Assoc. Publisher ....................... ........................................ Casey Anderson (520) 797-4384, Ext. 22 ............................ ...................casey@tucsonocalmedia.com General Manager...................... Jaime Hood (520) 797-4384, Ext. 12 ............................ ...................jaime@tucsonlocalmedia.com Executive Editor..........................Jim Nintzel (520) 797-4384, Ext. 38 ............................ .....................jimn@tucsonlocalmedia.com Managing Editor ............Logan Burtch-Buus (520) 797-4384, Ext. 36 ............................ .................. logan@tucsonlocalmedia.com Production Manager ................ David Abbott (520) 797-4384, Ext. 18 ............................... ...................david@tucsonlocalmedia.com Circulation .............................Alex Carrasco (520) 797-4384, Ext. 17 ............................... .....................alex@tucsonlocalmedia.com

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ........................Weekly, AM Publication Day(s) .............................. Thurs Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total .................................... 0, (27,975), 27,975 In County Subscription Rate ........ $110/Year Audit .............. Publisher’s Sworn Statement

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline .......... 1 p.m., MST, Friday prior

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description.......................... ......................................22-In Web Folded Column Width ............................2.41 Inches Classified Columns ....................1.57 Inches Page Depth................................... 11 Inches

PERSONNEL

Publisher..............................Jeanie Hankins (928) 684-5454 ......................................... ................ publisher@wickenburgsun.com Editor ...................................... Shawn Byrne (928) 684-5454 ......................................... ...................... editor@wickenburgsun.com Advertising Mgr. ....................... Jaque Miller ..............advertising@wickenburgsun.com Production Manager .............. Juan Jimenez ................. graphics@wickenburgsun.com

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ........................Weekly, AM Publication Day(s) ................................ Wed Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total ..................................... 2,800 (103), 2,903 Single Copy Price .................................... $1 In County Subscription Rate .......... $46/Year E-subscription ..................Paid, (Free), Total .................................................. 30, (0), 30 Audit ...........Postal Statement of Ownership

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline ................. 9 a.m. Monday prior Local Advertising Tax Rate .................. 2.2% Local Sales Tax NOT Included in Rates TMC Product(s) ......Name(s), Dist., Day(s): ..................... Shopper News, 3,000, Wed.

PERSONNEL

Publisher..............................Monica Watson (928) 428-2560, Ext. 6225 ........................ ..........................mwatson@eacourier.com Business Manager .............Stephanie Jones (928) 428-2560, Ext. 6236 ........................ Interim Managing Editor ............. David Bell

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ........................Weekly, AM Publication Day(s) ............................... Wed. Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total .................................... 1,985, (178), 2,163 Single Copy Price .................................. 75¢ In County Subscription Rate .......... $35/Year Audit ............................................ Unverified

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline ........................Noon, Thursday

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description.............. Tall Tab Column Width ............................1.55 Inches Classified Columns .............................1 Inch Page Depth...................................14 Inches

SPECIFICATIONS

Column Width ........................1.6944 Inches Classified Columns ................1.6944 Inches Page Depth................................21.5 Inches

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WINDOW ROCK, NAVAJO NATION

Williams-Grand Canyon News

Navajo Times

118 S. Third St. ...............Williams AZ 86046 County .......................................... Coconino

Hwy. 264 & Rt. 12 ........................................ ............................ Window Rock AZ 86515 P.O. Box 310.......... Window Rock AZ 86515 County ............................................. Apache

• upcoming events

Telephone ............................ (928) 871-1130 FAX ...................................... (928) 871-1159 E-Mail Address ... tarviso@navajotimes.com Website.....................www.navajotimes.com Year Established .................................. 1959 Owner .....Navajo Times Publishing Co., Inc.

• member benefits

Telephone ............................(928) 635-4426 E-Mail Address ............................................ .................advertising@williamsnews.com Website................... www.williamsnews.com Official newspaper of .......Coconino County Year Established .................................. 1889 Owner ..................Western News&Info., Inc.

PERSONNEL

Publisher..................................Blake DeWitt (928) 635-4426 ......................................... .......................bdewitt@williamsnews.com Editor ..................................... Loretta Yerian ....................... lyerian@williamsnews.com Advertising Dir. ..................Connie Hiemenz ...................chiemenz@williamsnews.com Classifieds & Circulation .............................. (928) 635-4426 .........................................

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ........................Weekly, AM Publication Day(s) ................................ Wed Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total ......................................... 972, (30), 1,002 Single Copy Price .................................... 1$ In County Subscription Rate ..... $32.50/Year Audit ...........Postal Statement of Ownership

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline .............................Noon, Friday Local Advertising Tax Rate ................ 3.5% Local Sales Tax NOT Included in Rates

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description.......................... ...................................... 22-in. Broadsheet Column Width ........................1.5695 Inches Classified Columns ................1.5695 Inches Page Depth...................................21 Inches

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PERSONNEL

Publisher/CEO ....................... Tom Arviso Jr. (928) 871-1135 .......................................... ......................... tarviso@navajotimes.com Editor .......................................Duane Beyal (928) 871-1136 .......................................... ...........................editor@navajotimes.com Ad Director.............................Vernon Yazzie (928) 871-1145 .......................................... ..................... advertise@navajotimes.com Classifieds/Legals.....................Ophelia Nez (928) 871-1148 .... onez@navajotimes.com Circulation Manager ................. Rhonda Joe (928) 871-1149 .......................................... ....................circulation@navajotimes.com Production Manager ...........Olson Patterson (928) 871-1152 ... olson@navajotimes.com Controller ...............................Olivia Benally (928) 871-1134 .......................................... ...................... obenally@navajotimes.com

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle .......................Weekly, AM Publication Day(s) .............................. Thurs Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total .................................. 15,458, (15), 15,473 Single Copy Price .................................... $1 In County Subscription Rate ........ $120/Year E-Subscription ............................... $75/Year Audit ...........Postal Statement of Ownership

ADVERTISING

Ad deadline.................. 5 p.m. Monday prior Local Advertising Tax Rate ..................... 6% Local Sales Tax NOT Included in Rates

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description................... SAU Column Width ..........................2.125 Inches Classified Columns ......................1.5 Inches Page Depth...................................21 Inches

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ARIZONA CITY

APACHE JUNCTION

Arizona City Independent/Edition

Apache Junction/Gold Canyon Independent

710 N. Main St. . . . . . . . . . . Eloy AZ 85131 200 W 2nd St. ........Casa Grande AZ 85122 County ................................................. Pinal Telephone ............................(520) 466-7333 FAX ......................................(520) 466-7334 Circulation ...........................(520) 423-8685 Website......................www.pinalcentral.com Year Established .................................. 1978 Owner ....................................Kramer Media .......Casa Grande Valley Newspapers Inc.

PERSONNEL

Publisher/ Advertising Director .................... .........................................Kara K. Cooper ........................kcooper@pinalcentral.com Editor ....................................... Andy Howell ........................ ahowell@pinalcentral.com Advertising Representative.........Linda Metz (520) 466-7333 ... lmetz@pinalcentral.com Classified Phone Room ....... (520) 836-3111 .................... classifieds@pinalcentral.com Director of Digital .................... Brian Kramer (520) 423-8671 ........................................ ....................... bkramer@pinalcentral.com Special Projects Director .......... Zoe Cooper (520) 423-8658 ........................................ ........................zcooper@pinalcentral.com Circulation Director .............. Martin Kirchner (520) 423-8640 ......................................... .....................mkirchner@pinalcentral.com Production Director ...................Mark Urseth (520) 423-8606 ......................................... ........................murseth@pinalcentral.com

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ............ Twice Monthly, PM Publication Day(s) ...............2nd & 4th Wed. Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total ........................................ 0, (4,268), 4,268 Audit .............. Publisher’s Sworn Statement

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline ................................. Fri. 4 p.m. TMC product(s)........Name(s), Dist., Day(s): .....................Central Saver, 38,073, Tues.

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description.......................... ...................................... 22-in. Broadsheet Column Width ........................1.5625 Inches Classified Columns ................1.5625 Inches Page Depth................................21.5 Inches

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23043 N 16th Lane ........ Phoenix AZ 85027 County ................................................. Pinal Telephone ............................(480) 972-6101 E-Mail address........aznews@newszap.com Website..........................www.yourvalley.net Year Established .................................. 1959 Owner ....Independent Newsmedia Inc. USA

PERSONNEL

Publisher............................ Charlene Bisson (623) 445-2823 ....cbisson@newszap.com Editor ...................................... Richard Dyer (623) 445-2835 ........rdyer@newszap.com Nat’l Accts. Coordinator .......Kevin Mahoney (623) 445-2807 ......................................... ............................... azads@newszap.com Classifieds ......iniclassifieds@newszap.com

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ..............................Monthly Publication Day(s) ....................1st of month Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total .................................... 0, (33,030), 33,030 Audit ............................................ Unverified

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline ..................15th of every month Local Sales Tax Included in Ad Rates

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description.......................... ..................................27.5-in. Web Tabloid Column Width ........................1.5625 Inches Classified Columns ................1.1406 Inches Page Depth................................12.5 Inches

CHANDLER, GILBERT EAST VALLEY

SanTan Sun News

1620 W. Fountainhead Parkway, Ste. 219 .........................................Tempe AZ 85282 County .......................................... Maricopa Telephone .......................... (480) 898-6500 Fax: ................................... (480) 898-5606 Website ...................... www.santansun.com Year Established ................................. 1979 Owner ..........................Times Media Group

PERSONNEL

Publisher ........................... Steve Strickbine .................. steve@timespublications.com Managing Editor ................... Paul Maryniak .......... pmaryniak@timespublications.com Advertising Director ................ Michael Hiatt ................. mhiatt@timespublications.com Classified Manager .................. Elaine Cota .................... ecota@timespublications.com Circulation Director ............. Aaron Kolodny

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ................... Twice Monthly Publication Day(s) ................. 1st & 3rd Sat. Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total ....................................0, (29,412), 29,412 Audit ..............Publisher’s Sworn Statement

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline ................................................ ............... 10 days prior to publication date Local Advertising Tax Rate ................... 3% Local Sales Tax NOT Included in Rates

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description ................... Tab Column Width ............................ 1.8 Inches Page Depth .............................. 13.3 Inches

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ELOY, PICACHO, TOLTEC

Eloy Enterprise

GLENDALE

QUEEN CREEK

Glendale Independent

Queen Creek Independent

710 N. Main St. ...........Eloy AZ 85131-2007 200 W 2nd St. ........Casa Grande AZ 85122 County ................................................. Pinal

17220 N. Boswell Blvd., Ste. 101 ............... .................................... Sun City AZ 85373 County ...........................................Maricopa

Telephone ............................(520) 466-7333 FAX ......................................(520) 466-7334 Circulation............................(520) 423-8685 Website.....................www. pinalcentral.com Year Established .................................. 1947 Owner ....................................Kramer Media .......Casa Grande Valley Newspapers Inc.

elephone ..............................(623) 972-6101 FAX ......................................(623) 974-6004 Website..........................www.yourvalley.net Year Established .................................. 1995 Owner .... Independent Newsmedia, Inc. USA

PERSONNEL

Publisher................. Donovan M. Kramer Jr. (520) 836-7461 ......................................... ..................... dkramerjr@pinalcentral.com Editor ....................................... Andy Howell (520) 423-8614.....ahowell@pinalcentral.com Director of Digital .................... Brian Kramer (520) 423-8671 ........................................ ....................... bkramer@pinalcentral.com Special Projects Director .......... Zoe Cooper (520) 423-8658 ........................................ ........................zcooper@pinalcentral.com Advertising Representative.........Linda Metz (520) 466-7333 .....lmetz@pinalcentral.com Classifieds ......classifieds@pinalcentral.com Public Notices ... publicnotices@pinalcentral.com Circulation Director .............. Martin Kirchner (520) 423-8640 ......................................... .....................mkirchner@pinalcentral.com Production Director ..................Mark Urseth (520) 423-8606 ......................................... ........................murseth@pinalcentral.com

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle .............Twice Monthly, AM Publication Day(s) .............2nd & 4th Thurs. Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total .............................................. 296, (0), 296 Single Copy Price ................................ .75¢ In County Subscription Rate .......... $25/Year Audit ...........Postal Statement of Ownership

PERSONNEL

Publisher............................ Charlene Bisson (623) 445-2823 ......................................... .............................cbisson@newszap.com Editor ...................................... Mark Carlisle (623) 876-2518 ......................................... ...........................mcarlisle@newszap.com National Accounts Coord. ...Kevin Mahoney (623) 876-2569 ......................................... ............................... azads@newszap.com

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle .......................Monthly, AM Publication Day(s) ............................... Wed Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total .................................... 0, (22,545), 22,545 Audit ............................................ Unverified

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline .............................Thurs., Noon Local Sales Tax ................ included in rates

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description.......................... ..................................27.5-in. Web Tabloid Column Width ........................1.5625 Inches Classified Columns ................1.1406 Inches Page Depth................................12.5 Inches

23043 N. 16th Lne. ..................................... ..................................... Phoenix AZ 85027 County ...........................Pinal and Maricopa Telephone ............................(623) 972-6101 E-mail .....................aznews@newszap.com Website ...........................www.yourvalley.net Year Established .................................. 2004 Owner ....Independent Newsmedia Inc. USA

PERSONNEL

Publisher............................ Charlene Bisson (623) 445-2823 ......................................... .............................cbisson@newszap.com Editor ...................................... Richard Dyer (480) 982-7799 ........rdyer@newszap.com Nat’l Accts. Coordinator. .....Kevin Mahoney (623) 445-2807 ......................................... ............................... azads@newszap.com Classifieds ................................................... 972-6101 ................................................... ....................... iniclassads@newszap.com

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ..............................Monthly Publication Day(s) ....................1st of month Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total .................................... 0, (23,217), 23,217 Audit ............................................ Unverified

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline ..................15th of every month

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description ....... 27.5-In. Web Tabloid Column Width ........................1.5625 Inches Classified Columns ................1.1406 Inches Page Depth................................12.5 Inches

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline ..........................4 p.m. Monday Local Advertising Tax Rate ................... 3% Local Sales Tax NOT Included in Rates TMC product(s)........Name(s), Dist., Day(s): ............... Tri-Valley Dispatch, 7,067, Wed. .....................Central Saver, 38,073, Tues.

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description.......................... .......................................22 in. broadsheet Column Width ........................1.5625 Inches Classified Columns ................1.5625 Inches Page Depth................................21.5 Inches

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SCOTTSDALE (SALT RIVER PIMA-MARICOPA INDIAN COMMUNITY)

SCOTTSDALE

TUCSON

Scottsdale Independent

Arizona Jewish Post

23043 N. 16th Lane ..................................... ..................................... Phoenix AZ 85027 County ...........................................Maricopa

3718 E. River Rd., Suite 272 ...................... ........................................Tucson AZ 85718 County ................................................ Pima

Telephone ............................(623) 972-6101 E-mail .....................aznews@newszap.com Website..........................www.yourvalley.net Year Established .................................. 1981 Owner ....Independent Newsmedia Inc. USA

Telephone ...........................(520) 319-1112 FAX .....................................(520) 319-1118 Website ..................www.azjewishpost.com Year Established .................................1946 Owner ........Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona

O’odham Action News

10005 E. Osborn Road, Ste. 104 ................ ................................. Scottsdale AZ 85256 County ...........................................Maricopa Telephone ............................(480) 362-7750 Fax: .....................................(480) 362-5592 Website: ................... www.oodhamnews.org Year Established .................................. 1972 Owner .................Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community

PERSONNEL

Managing Editor .................... Dodie Manuel (480) 362-7731 ......................................... .................dodie.manuel@srpmic-nsn.gov Advertising Dept. ................Jessica Joaquin (480) 362-7362 ......................................... ...............jessica.joaquin@srpmic-nsn.gov

Publisher............................ Charlene Bisson (623) 445-2823 ......................................... .............................cbisson@newszap.com Managing Editor ............. Terrance Thornton (623) 445-2774 ......................................... ...........................tthornton@newszap.com Nat’l Accts. Coordinator .......Kevin Mahoney (623) 445-2807 ......................................... ............................... azads@newszap.com

CIRCULATION

CIRCULATION

PERSONNEL

Circulation cycle ....................Bimonthly, AM Publication Day(s) ..............1st & 3rd Thurs. Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total ...................................... 32, (3,768), 3,800 In County Subscription Rate .......... $31/Year Audit .............. Publisher’s Sworn Statement

Circulation cycle ..............................Monthly Publication Day(s) .......... 1st Wed. of month Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total .................................... 0, (74,061), 74,061 Audit ............................................ Unverified

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline ................. First & Third Fridays

Ad Deadline ...................15th of each month Local Sales Tax Included in Rates

SPECIFICATIONS

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description.....................Tab Column Width .................................11 Picas Page Depth..............................15.75 Inches

ADVERTISING

Standard Page Description.......27.5-In Web Tabloid Column Width ........................1.5625 Inches Classified Columns ................1.1406 Inches Page Depth................................12.5 Inches

PERSONNEL

Executive Editor .....................Phyllis Braun ...................... pbraun@azjewishpost.com Assistant Editor ..................Debe Campbell ................. dcampbell@azjewishpost.com (520) 647-8474 .......................................... Advertising Sales Manager .... Bertí Brodsky (520) 647-8461 ...berti@azjewishpost.com Production Manager ......... Michelle Shapiro ............................ads@azjewishpost.com

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle ...........Twice Monthly,, AM Publication Day(s) ................................ Fri. Weekday Circ. ................ Paid, (Free), Total ................................ 2,414, (4,351), 6,765 In County Subscription Rate ........ $36/Year Audit ............. Publisher’s Sworn Statement

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline .... noon Tuesday, 8 days prior

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description ...................Tab Column Width ........................ 1.569 Inches Classified Columns ................ 1.569 Inches Page Depth ............................ 12.75 Inches

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TUCSON

WHITERIVER

Inside Tucson Business

Fort Apache Scout

7225 N. Mona Lisa Dr., #125 ....................... ...................................... Tucson AZ 85741 County ................................................. Pima Telephone ............................(520) 797-4384 FAX ......................................(520) 575-8891 Website......www.insidetucsonbusiness.com Year Established .................................. 1991 Owner ..................Tucson Local Media, LLC

PERSONNEL

President/Publisher ............... Jason Joseph (520) 797-4384, Ext. 15 ............................ .......................jjoseph@azlocalmedia.com Associate Publisher/Ad Director .................. ........................................ Casey Anderson (520) 797-4384, Ext. 22 ............................ ..................casey@tucsonlocalmedia.com General Manager...................... Jaime Hood (520) 797-4384 ......................................... ...................jaime@tucsonlocalmedia.com Executive Editor..........................Jim Nintzel (520) 797-4384, Ext. 38 ............................ .....................jimn@tucsonlocalmedia.com Managing Editor ............Logan Burtch-Buus (520) 797-4384, Ext. 36 ............................ .................. logan@tucsonlocalmedia.com Production Manager ................ David Abbott (520) 797-4384, Ext. 18 ............................ ...................david@tucsonlocalmedia.com Circulation .............................Alex Carrasco (520) 797-4384 ......................................... .....................alex@tucsonlocalmedia.com

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle .............Twice Monthly, AM Publication Day(s) ................................... Fri Weekday Circ. .................Paid, (Free), Total .................................... 812, (3,641), 4,453 Single Copy Price .................................... $1 In County Subscription Rate .......... $50/Year Audit .............. Publisher’s Sworn Statement

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline ...... 9 a.m.,MST, Thursday prior

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description.......................... ...............................22-In Web Roll Folded Column Width ............................1.57 Inches Classified Columns ....................Unavailable Page Depth................................... 11 Inches

5 E. Manzanita St. .......Whiteriver AZ 85941 P.O. Box 890.......Whiteriver AZ 85941-0890 County .............................................. Navajo Telephone ............................(928) 338-4813 - E-Mail Address .......................................... ......................herbertwayne@hotmail.com Year Established .................................. 1962 Owner .... The White Mountain Apache Tribe

PERSONNEL

Publisher/Office Manager .....Bennett Cosay ..............................bcosay84@yahoo.com Advertising Manager.............Herbert Moody ......................herbertwayne@hotmail.com

CIRCULATION

Circulation cycle .............Twice monthly, AM Publication Day(s) ................................... Fri Weekday Circ. .................................... 1,600 In County Subscription Rate .......... $16/Year Audit ...........Postal Statement of Ownership

ADVERTISING

Ad Deadline ...............................7 days prior

SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Page Description.....................Tab Column Width .................................2 Inches Page Depth...................................16 Inches

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COLLEGE & UNIVERSITY NEWSPAPERS

FLAGSTAFF

GLENDALE

TEMPE

The Lumberjack

The Voice

The State Press

Mailing address: ......................................... P.O. Box 6000....... Flagstaff AZ 86011-6000 Location: ..................................................... NAU Communication Bldg. #16, Rm.101 .... 700 S. Knoles Dr. ........................................ County .......................................... Coconino

6000 W. Olive, High-Tech Center 2, Room 125 ....................................Glendale AZ 85302 County ...........................................Maricopa

950 S Cady Mall .......................................... P.O. Box 871502...... Tempe AZ 85287-1502 County ...........................................Maricopa

Newsroom ...........................(623) 845-3821 FAX ......................................(623) 845-3072 Website................. www.thevoice.gccaz.edu Year Established .................................. 1965 Owner ......... Maricopa Community Colleges

Newsroom ...........................(480) 965-2292 FAX ......................................(602) 496-2170 Website....................... www.statepress.com Year Established .................................. 1890 Owner .................... Arizona State University

PERSONNEL

PERSONNEL

TOMBSTONE

TUCSON

TUCSON

The Tombstone Epitaph (University of

Arizona Daily Wildcat

Aztec Press

615 N. Park Ave., Rm. 101 .......................... ...................................... Tucson AZ 85721 County ................................................. Pima

2202 W. Anklam Rd. .................................... ............................. Tucson AZ 85709-0210 County ................................................. Pima

Telephone ............................(520) 621-3408 FAX ......................................(520) 626-5986 Website......................www.dailywildcat.com Year Established .................................. 1899 Owner ..........................University of Arizona

Telephone ............................(520) 206-6800 FAX ......................................(520) 206-6834 News E-Mail .............aztecpress@pima.edu Website............. www.aztecpressonline.com Year Established .................................. 1970 Owner ..................Pima Community College

(Northern Arizona University)

Telephone ............................(928) 523-4921 FAX ......................................(928) 523-9313 E-Mail Address .......... lumberjack@nau.edu Website........................ www.jackcentral.org Year Established .................................. 1914 Owner ...............Northern Arizona University

PERSONNEL

(Glendale Community College)

Advisor.................................. Jenna Duncan (623) 845-3914 ......................................... .........................jenna.duncan@gccaz.edu

Advisor................................. David Harpster ........................... david.harpster@nau.edu

(University of Arizona)

(Arizona State University) Online only

Director of Student Media .... Jason Manning (602) 496-5199 ...jason.manning@asu.edu Executive Editor........................................... ................. execed.statepress@gmail.com

(Pima Community College)

Arizona)

School of Journalism, University of Arizona ............................. Tucson AZ 85721-0158 P.O. Box 210158B ....................................... ............................. Tucson AZ 85721-0158 County ................................................. Pima Telephone ............................(520) 621-7556 FAX ......................................(520) 621-7557 E-Mail .............. journal@E-mail.arizona.edu Website........................................................ www.journalism.arizona.edu/tombstoneepitaph ......................................................... Year Established .................................. 1890 Owner ..........................University of Arizona

PERSONNEL

Director ........................................ Brett Fera (520) 621-3408 ... bfera@email.arizona.edu

PERSONNEL

Advisor................................. Valerie Vinyard (520) 206-6635 ..........vvinyard@pima.edu

PERSONNEL

GM/Editor .............................. Terry Wimmer (520) 626-6575 ......................................... ................... twimmer@E-mail.arizona.edu

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ASSOCIATE MEMBERS Arizona Broadcasters Association

426 N. 44th Street, Suite 310 ...................... Phoenix, AZ 85008 ..................................... Telephone ............................(602) 252-4833 FAX ......................................(602) 252-5265 E-Mail .................. info@azbroadcasters.org Website................. www.azbroadcasters.org Executive Director ...................... Chris Kline

Associated Press

1850 N. Central Ave., Suite 640 .................. Phoenix AZ 85004 ....................................... Telephone ............................(602) 258-8934 FAX ......................................(602) 254-9573 Toll Free: .............................(800) 352-4093 U.S. West News Director ...Peter Prengaman Telephone ............................(602) 417-4800 E-Mail ........................ pprengaman@ap.org

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Inland Press Association 701 Lee St., Suite 925 ................................. Des Plaines IL 60016 .................................. Telephone ............................(847) 795-0380 FAX ......................................(847) 795-0385 E-Mail .....................inland@inlandpress.org Website....................... www.inlandpress.org Executive Director ................ Tom Slaughter

Local Media Association

116 Cass Street ........................................... Traverse City, MI 49684............................... Telephone ............................(888) 486-2466 FAX ......................................(231) 932-2985 Website ....................... www.localmedia.org President ................................. Nancy Lane ..........................nancy.lane@localmedia.org Director of Meeting and Member Services.... ............................... Lindsey Leisher Estes ...................lindsey.estes@localmedia.org

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ANA MEMBERS WITH PRINT FACILITIES Arizona Daily Sun 1751 South Thompson Street Flagstaff, AZ 86001 Telephone ............................(928) 556-2279 Contact ..................................Colleen Brady E-mail ................... cbrady@azdailysun.com Specialties ................................................... Full color printing, creative services, fully automated direct mail processing and USPS standardization. High quality printing of full color newsprint tabloids and broadsheets. Casa Grande Valley Newspapers Inc. 200 W. 2nd St. Casa Grande, AZ 85122 Telephone ............................(520) 836-7461 Contact ........... Mark Urseth, Production Dir. E-mail ................murseth@pinalcentral.com Specialties ................................................... Quality, full-color printing: digital, sheet-fed and web. Complete graphics and design; full bindery service. Central Printing Facility (Kingman Miner) 7080 Hwy 68 Golden Valley, AZ 86413 Telephone ............................(928) 565-9888 Contact .............................. Rick Beschorner E-mail ............... rbeschorner@kdminer.com Specialties ................................................... Web printing, broadsheet, tabloid, magazine with bindery/inserting/mailing capabilities. Gannett Publishing Services (The Arizona Republic) 22600 N 19Ave Phoenix AZ 85027 Telephone ............................(602) 444-7278 Contact ................................... Ray Thomas E-mail ..................... rjthomas@gannett.com Specialties ................................................... One stop shop for all your printing, packaging and distribution needs. Herald/Review 102 Fab Ave. Sierra Vista, AZ 85635 Telephone ............................(520) 458-9440 FAX ......................................(520) 459-0120 Contact .................................. Rob Bauwens E-mail ...rob.bauwens@myherladreview.com Specialties ................................................... High quality, award-winning web offset printing. Broadsheet or 14 inch height tab. Recycled content and Hi-brite available. Navajo Times Publishing Company, Inc. P.O. Box 310 Jct. Hwy 264 & Navajo Rt. 12 Window Rock, AZ 86515 Telephone ............................ (928) 871-1130 Contact: ..... Ron Livingston, Press Foreman Contact: ....... Tom Arviso Jr., CEO/Publisher E-mail: ................ tarviso@navajotimes.com Specialties: .................................................. Press equipment includes a 6-Unit Heidelberg Harris printing press; a Web Press Quad-Stack printing press. We specialize in quality full-color printing, black and white printing, or a combination. Newspaper printing, broadsheet and tabloid formats. Half-folds and quarter-folding

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available. Newsprint and Hi-Brite stock available. We also have quality Layout & Design and full Pre-Press Production. News West Publishing Company, Inc. (Mohave Valley Daily News) 2435 Miracle Mile Bullhead City, AZ 86442 Telephone ............................(928) 763-2505 Contact ................................. Larry Kendrick E-mail .......................... Larry@nwppub.com Specialties ................................................... Broadsheet, tabloid and flexi size web printing Prescott Newspapers, Inc. – Prescott Valley Print Facility (Western News&Info, Inc) 8249 East St. Route 69 Prescott Valley, Arizona 86314 Telephone ............................(928) 775-3804 Contact .........Gary Brinkman, Plant Director E-mail ..............gbrinkman@prescottaz.com .............Armando Rodarte, Plant Manager ................................................... Ext. 1039 E-mail ................. arodarte@prescottaz.com Specialties ................................................... Web and 8 unit didde press, stitching, inserting, folding, mailing Valley Newspapers (a division of Independent Newsmedia Inc. USA) 23043 N. 16th Ln. Phoenix, AZ 85027 Telephone ............................(623) 445-2800 Contact .................................... Mike Jacobs E-mail ................... mjacobs@newszap.com Specialties ................................................... 40 unit Goss Magnum web press using various uncoated stocks specializing in small to medium run market. Newspapers, newsletters, directories and phone books. In-house stitcher/trimmer and mailing service. Yuma Sun 2055 S. Arizona Avenue Yuma, AZ 85364 Telephone........................ (928) 783-3333 Publisher.................................. Lisa Reilly Contact................................ David Fornof ........................................ (928) 539-6988 E-mail................. dfornof@yumasun.com Specialties ................................................. Newspaper printing, broadsheet and tab formats

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ARIZONA SONORA NEWS

NEWS SERVICES

Arizona Sonora News is produced by students in the University of Arizona School of Journalism, Tucson. Its main focus is on Southern Arizona and the border region. All material may be reproduced — with byline and credit to Arizona Sonora News Service, please. Website........................................................ www.arizonasonoranewsservice.com/about/ University of Arizona School of Journalism 845 N. Park Ave., 3rd. floor ......................... Tucson, AZ 85721 ....................................... Main Phone: .......................(520) 621-7556 FAX ......................................(520) 621-7557

ASSOCIATED PRESS

1850 N. Central Ave., Suite 640 .................. Phoenix AZ 85004 ....................................... Main Phone .........................(602) 258-8934 FAX ......................................(602) 254-9573 Toll Free ..............................(800) 352-4093 Peter Prengaman ...U.S. West News Director Phone ..................................(602) 417-4800 E-Mail ........................ pprengaman@ap.org

CRONKITE NEWS

Cronkite News is the news division of Arizona PBS, the world’s largest media organization operated by a journalism school. With reporting bureaus in Phoenix, Washington, D.C., and Los Angeles, we deliver important, impactful Arizona news to more than 1.9 million homes and news organizations across the state. Cronkite News is a product of the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University. The program has more than 16 full-time editors/ professionals and more than 130 students who produce daily and enterprise news and sports content on TV, digital and social media platforms for Arizona audiences. They pitch story ideas, get assignments and report and produce multimedia stories on deadline under the direction of professional editors for Cronkite News and sports – all while meeting the expectations of this professional news organization. Phoenix Bureau 555 N. Central Ave., Suite 302 ................... Phoenix, AZ 85004-1248 ............................. Main Phone .........................(602) 496-5050 Email....................... cronkitenews@asu.edu Washington, D.C. Bureau 1834 Connecticut Ave. NW.......................... Washington, D.C., 20009 ............................ Main Phone ........................(202) 684-2400 Email............................cronkitedc@asu.edu Phoenix Sports Bureau 555 N. Central Ave., Suite 302 ................... Phoenix, AZ 85004-1248 ............................. Main Phone .........................(602) 496-5020 Email........................... newsroom@asu.edu Los Angeles Bureau 725 Arizona Ave........................................... Santa Monica, CA 90401 ............................. Main Phone .........................(424) 238-0272 Email.............................cronkitela@asu.edu

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Mark Lodato ............................................... Associate Dean and Associate General Manager, Arizona PBS Adnan Alam ................................................ Web Developer, Phoenix News Bureau Pauline Arrillaga ........................................ Director for RWJF Health Initiative, Phoenix News Bureau Sadie Babits ............................................... Content Director for Sustainability, Phoenix News Bureau Paola Boivin ............................................... Director for Digital Content, Phoenix Sports Bureau Christy Bricks ............................................ Executive Producer for Broadcast, Phoenix News Bureau Julio Cisneros ............................................ Content Director for Health, Phoenix News Bureau Steve Crane ................................................ Director, Washington, D.C., Bureau Martin Dolan ............................................... Copy Editor, Phoenix News Bureau Heather Dunn ............................................. Content Director for Politics and Next Gen, Phoenix News Bureau Valeria Fernandez ...................................... Director, Noticias Jim Jacoby ................................................. Director of Studio Production, Cronkite News/Arizona PBS Venita Hawthorne James .......................... Content Director for Money and Social Justice, Phoenix News Bureau Brett Kurland.............................................. Director, Phoenix Sports Bureau Christina Leonard ...................................... Executive Editor, Cronkite News Shaya Tayefe Mohajer ............................... Director, Los Angeles Bureau Frank Mungeam ......................................... Director for TV News Innovation, Cronkite News

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ARIZONA RADIO BROADCAST STATIONS ASSOCIATION KNAU-FM / KPUB / KNAA / KNAG / KNAQ / KNAD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (NAU School of Communications) P.O. BOX 5764 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Flagstaff, AZ 86011. . . . . . . . . . . . . Shelly Watkins . . . . . . . (928) 523-2232 . . . . . . . . . . shelly.watkins@nau.edu

426 N. 44th St., Suite 310 Phoenix, AZ 85008 • Phone (602) 252-4833 • FAX (602) 252-5265 www.azbroadcasters.org info@azbroadcasters.org

RADIO STATIONS

KSED-FM / KFLX-FM / KWMX-FM / KBTK-FM (Stone Canyon Media) 2409 N. 4th St. Ste. 101 . . . . . . . . . . Flagstaff, AZ 86004 . . . . . . . . . . . . Joe Rusch . . . . . . . . . (928) 779-1177 . . . . . . jrusch@stonecanyonmedia.com

GLOBE

KRDE-FM . . . . (Tri-Media, Inc.) 800 N. Main St. . Globe, AZ 85501 . Mindy Ensey . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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GREEN VALLEY

KWLP / EPCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Hualapai Health Education & Wellness) P.O. BOX 394 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Peach Springs, AZ 86434 . . . . . . . . . Terri Hutchens . . . . . . . (928) 769-1110 . . . . . . . . . . . . terri.kwlp@gmail.com

KEAMS

KTAR-AM/FM/ KMVP-FM . . . . . . . . . (Bonneville Phoenix) 7740 N 16th St., Ste. 200 . . . . . . . . . Phoenix, AZ 85020 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Scott Sutherland . . . . . . (602) 200-2638 . . . . . . . . ssutherland@bonneville.com

COTTONWOOD

KUYI-FM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (The Hopi Foundation) P.O. BOX 1500 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Keams, AZ 86034 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Monica Nuvamsa. . . . . . (928) 765-4930 . . . monica.nuvamsa@hopifoundation.org

DOUGLAS

KRMC, KRMB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (World Radio Network) 426 E. 8th St.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Douglas, AZ 85607 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cecy Coronado. . . . . . . (520) 364-5392 . . . . . . . . .ccoronado@inspiracom.org

FLAGSTAFF

KAFF AM-FM / KMGN-FM / KTMG-FM / KNOT / KFSZ-FM . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Great Circle Media) P.O. BOX 1930 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Flagstaff, AZ 86001 . . . . . . . . . . . . Steve Hoshor. . . . . . . . (928) 774-5231 . . . . . . . . . . . steve.hoshor@kaff.com

PAYSON

GOLD CANYON

KRWV-LP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Gold Canyon Public Radio) 6649 S. Kings Ranch Rd., Ste. 6-80 . . . . Gold Canyon, AZ 85118 . . . . . . . . . . Scott Kramer . . . . . . . . (480) 288-5800 . . . . . . info@goldcanyonpublicradio.org

CASA GRANDE

KVRD-FM / KKLD-FM / KVNA AM-FM / KQST-FM / KYBC . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Yavapai Broadcsting Corp) P.O. BOX 187 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cottonwood, AZ 86326 Mike Puetz . . . . . . . . . (928) 634-2286 . . . . . . . . . . mike@myradioplace.com

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KXAZ-FM / KPGE / K252FG-LPFM . . . . (Lake Powell Communications) P.O. BOX 1030 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page, AZ 86040 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Janet Brown . . . . . . . . (928) 645-8181 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . janet@kxaz.com KMOG-FM, KRIM-LP . . . . . . . . . . . (Farrell Enterprises) 500 E. Tyler Pkwy . . . . . . . . . . . . . Payson, AZ 85541 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mike Farrell. . . . . . . . . (928) 474-2427 . . . . . . . . . . debbie@1420kmog.com

KGVY-AM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (KGVY LLC) P.O. BOX 767 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Green Valley, AZ 85622 . . . . . . . . . . Jim Walker . . . . . . . . . (520) 399-1000 . . . . . . . . . . Kgvyfm@kgvy1080.com

KVNG-FM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Calvary Chapel of Casa Grande) 962 W. Gila Bend Hwy. . . . . . . . . . . Casa Grande, AZ 85122. . . . . . . . . . Karen Stam . . . . . . . . (520) 426-7911 . . . . . . . . . . freegrace@calvarycg.org

NOGALES

KNOG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (World Radio Network) 150 W. 1st St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nogales, AZ 85621 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Marcos Romero . . . . . . (520) 287-5206 . . . . . . . . . mromero@inspiracom.org

KINGMAN

PEACH SPRINGS

PHOENIX

KOOL-FM / KALV-FM / KMLE-FM . . . . (Entercom Phoenix) 840 N. Central Ave. . . . . . . . . . . . . Phoenix, AZ 85004 . . . . . . . . . . . . . David Pugh . . . . . . . . . (602) 452-1000 . . . . . . . . .david.pugh@entercom.com

KGMN-FM/KZKE-FM, KYET-FM . . . . . (Route 66 Broadcasting) 812 E. Beale St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kingman, AZ 86401 . . . . . . . . . . . . Cari Hokanson . . . . . . . (928) 753-9100 . . . . . . . . . . . saleskgmn@gmail.com

KLNZ-FM / KDVA-FM / KVVA-FM / KBMB. . (Entravision) 501 N. 44th St., Ste. 125 . . . . . . . . . . Phoenix, AZ 85008 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dean Apostalides. . . . . . . . . . . . . . (602) 776-1400 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . dapostalides@entravision.com

KVIT-FM / KPNG-FM . . . . . . . . . . . (EVIT East Valley Institute of Technology) 1601 W. Main St. Mesa, AZ 85201 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Steve Grosz . . . . . . . . (480) 461-4000 . . . . . . . . . . . . steve@pulseradio.fm

KFNX-AM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Futures & Options Inc) 4527 N. 16th St., Ste. 101 . . . . . . . . . Phoenix, AZ 85016 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bill Brady . . . . . . . 602-277-1100 x.1446 . . . . . . . . . . . . . wjbrady1@aol.com

KQSS and KJAA . . (Globecasting, Inc.) P.O. BOX 292 . . . . Miami, AZ 85539 . . . Rollye James . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

KDKB-FM / KUPD-FM / KSLX-FM / KDUSAM / KAZG-AM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Hubbard Radio Phoenix) . . . . . . . . 1100 N. 52nd St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Phoenix, AZ 85008 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Trip Reeb. . . . . . . . . . (602) 629-8660 . . . . . . . . . .treeb@hubbardradio.com

MESA

MIAMI

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ARIZONA BROADCAST ASSOCIATION

KESZ-FM / KZZP-FM / KMXP-FM / KNIXFM / KYOT-FM / KFYI-AM / KGME-AM / KOY-AM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (iHeart Phoenix) 4686 E. Van Buren St., Ste. 300 . . . . . . Phoenix, AZ 85008 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Linda Little . . . . . . . . . (602) 374-6000 . . . . . . . . lindalittle@iheartmedia.com KKFR-FM / KZON-FM / KOAI-FM / KMVA-FM (Riviera Broadcast Group) 4745 N 7th St., #410 . . . . . . . . . . . . Phoenix, AZ 85014 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Michael Cutchall . . . . . . (602) 648-9800 . . . . . . . . . . . . michael@cutchall.net KKNT-FM / KPXQ-FM / KXXT-AM. . . . . (Salem Broadcasting) 2425 E. Camelback Rd., #570 . . . . . . . Phoenix, AZ 85016 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jim Ryan . . . . . . . . . . (602) 955-9600 . . . . . . . . . . . . jryan@salemphx.com KAJM-FM / KNRJ-FM . . . . . . . . . . . (Sierra H Broadcasting Inc.) 1710 E Indian School Rd., Ste. 205 . . . . Phoenix, AZ 85016 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ken Brentlinger. . . . . . . (480) 626-6269 . . . . . . . .Ken.brentlinger@sierrah.com

SAFFORD

KTHQ / KQAZ / KRVZ / KJIK / KNKI . . . (Country Mountain Airwaves) 1491 W. Thatcher Boulevard, Ste. 107. . . Safford, AZ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85546 Camden Smith . . . . . . . (928) 532-1010 . . . . . . . . . . camden@majik101.com KXKQ-FM / KWRQ-FM / KATO . . . . . . (Double R Media) P.O. BOX L . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Safford, AZ 85548 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Reed Richins . . . . . . . . (928) 428-1230 . . . . . . . . . . reed@doublermedia.net

SCOTTSDALE

KFNN AM-FM / KQFN AM-FM. . . . . . . (CRC Broadcasting) 8145 E. Evans Rd., #8 . . . . . . . . . . . Scottsdale, AZ 85260 . . . . . . . . . . . Ron Cohen . . . . . . . . . (602) 241-1510 . . . . . . . . . rcohen@moneyradio.com

SELLS

KOHN-FM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Tohono O’Odham Nation) P. O. BOX 837 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sells, AZ 85634 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sial Thonolig . . . . . . . . (520) 361-5011 . . . . . . . sial.thonolig@tonation-nsn.gov

SHOW LOW

KWKM-FM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (KM Communications) 1520 B Commerce Dr. . . . . . . . . . . . Show Low, AZ 85901. . . . . . . . . . . . Jean Barton . . . . . . . . (928) 532-2949 . . . . . . . . . . . jeanbarton@kwkm.com

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SIERRA VISTA

KWRB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (World Radio Network) 3320 Fry Blvd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sierra Vista, AZ 85635 . . . . . . . . . . . Samuel Johnson . . . . . . (520) 452-8022 . . . . . . . . . sjohnson@inspiracom.org

SOMERTON

KYMZ-FM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Campesinos Sin Fronteras) 663 E Main St., Ste. A . . . . . . . . . . . Somerton, AZ 85350 . . . . . . . . . . . . Emma Torres . . . . . . . . (928) 627-5995 etorres@campesinossinfronteras.org

SUN CITY WEST

Sally Barton . . . . . . . . (800) 776-1070 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . sbarton@flc.org KXCI-FM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Foundation for Creative Broadcasting, Inc.) 220 S. 4th Ave. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tucson, AZ 85701 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cathy Rivers . . . . . . . . (520) 623-1000 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . cathy@kxci.org KSFQ / KXMK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Good News Communications) 7604 N. LaCholla Blvd.. . . . . . . . . . . Tucson, AZ 85741 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Doug Martin . . . . . . . . (520) 382-9258 . . .doug@goodnewscommunications.com

KSCW-LP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Sun City West Broadcast Club) P.O. BOX 5432 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sun City West, AZ 85376-5432 . . . . . . Dwight Senne . . . . . . . (602) 538-1031 . . . . . . . . suncitywestradio@gmail.com

KXEW / KRQQ-FM / KMIY-FM / KOHT-FM / KTZR / KNST / KYWD-FM. . . . . . . . . (iHeartMedia Tucson) 3202 N. Oracle Rd. . . . . . . . . . . . . Tucson, AZ 85711 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mike Saffer . . . . . . . . . (520) 618-2100 . . . . . . . . mikesaffer@iheartmedia.com

KJZZ-FM / KBAQ-FM (Rio Salado College) 2323 W. 14th St. . . . Tempe, AZ 85281 . . Bill Shedd . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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KDRI-AM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Tucson Radio Inc.) 64 E. Broadway Blvd. . . . . . . . . . . . Tucson, AZ 85701 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jim Arnold . . . . . . . . . . (520) 815-537 . . . . . . . . . . jimarnoldaz@gmail.com

KGHR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Tuba City High School Board) P.O. BOX 160 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tuba City, AZ 86045 . . . . . . . . . . . . Jim Anderson. . . . . . . . (928) 283-6271 . . . . . . . jim.anderson@goalbusters.net

KSWG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Barna Broadcasting) 801 W. Wickenburg Way . . . . . . . . . . Wickenburg, AZ 85390 . . . . . . . . . . . Mike Barna . . . . . . . . . (602) 254-6644 . . . . . . . . . mikebarna963@gmail.com

KLPX-FM / KFMA-FM / KCMT-FM / KTKT/ KMXZ / KFFN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Arizona Lotus Corp Radio) 3871 N. Commerce Dr.. . . . . . . . . . . Tucson, AZ 85705 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ken Kwilosz . . . . . . . . (520) 407-4500 . . . . . . . . . . . Kkwilosz@azlotus.com

KHIL/KWQR-FM/KWCX/KAZK-FM . . . . (Wilcox Radio) 1350 N. Hamilton Rd. . . . . . . . . . . . Willcox, AZ 85644 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mark Lucke . . . . . . . . . (520) 384-4626 . . . . . . . . marklucke@willcoxradio.com

TEMPE

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TUBA CITY

TUCSON

KTGV / KVOI. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Bustos Media) 7604 N. LaCholla Blvd.. . . . . . . . . . . Tucson, AZ 85741 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Amador Bustos . . . . . . . (520) 790-2440 . . . . . . . . abustos@bustosmedia.com

WICKENBURG

WILLCOX

WINDOW ROCK

KTNN-AM/KWRK-AM . . . . . . . . . . . (Native Broadcast Enterprise) P.O. BOX 2569 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Window Rock, AZ 86515 . . . . . . . . . . Troy Little. . . . . . . . . . (928) 871-3553 . . . . . . . . . . troylittle@ktnnonline.com

WINSLOW

KIIM-FM / KHYT-FM / KSZR-FM / KCUB / KTUC. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Cumulus Media) 575 W. Roger Rd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tucson, AZ 85705 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ken Kowalcek . . . . . . . (520) 887-1000 . . . . . . . .Ken.kowalcek@cumulus.com

KINO-AM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Sunflower Communications, Inc.) Box K . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Winslow, AZ 86047 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Loy Engelhardt . . . . . . . (928) 289-3364 Kinoradio@cableone.net

KFLT-FM / KFLR-FM / KJTA-FM / KQTH. . . (Family Life) 7355 N. Oracle Rd.. . . . . . . . . . . . . Tucson, AZ 85704 . . . . . . . . . . . . .

KBLU / KTTI-FM / KQSR-FM . . . . . . . (El Dorado Broadcasters) 755 W. 28th St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Yuma, AZ 85364-7136 . . . . . . . . . . .

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Bob Villones . . . . . . . . (928) 344-4980 . . . . . bobvillones@edbroadcasters.com KCYK-FM/ KLJZ-FM. . . . . . . . . . . . (Monster Media) 949 S. Avenue B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Yuma, AZ 85364 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Keith Lewis . . . . . . . . . (928) 782-4321 . . . . . . . . . . . Klewis@z93yuma.com KYRM-FM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (World Radio Network) 1830 S 8th Ave., Ste. A. . . . . . . . . . . Yuma, AZ 85364 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Emi Ibarra . . . . . . . . . (928) 341-0919 . . . . . . . . . . emi@manantialyuma.org

CALIFORNIA – NEEDLES

KTOX-AM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Rubin Broadcasting) 100 Balboa Pl. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Needles, CA 92363. . . . . . . . . . . . . Steve Rubin . . . . . . . . (408) 728-4330 . . . . . . . . ser@rubinbroadcasting.com

TELEVISION STATIONS PHOENIX

KPHE-TV. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Arizona Lotus Corp TV) 2412 E. University Dr. . . . . . . . . . . . Phoenix, AZ 85034 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ken Kwilosz . . . . . . . . (602) 220-9944 . . . . . . . . . . . kkwilosz@azlotus.com KAET-TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Arizona PBS) 555 N. Central Ave., Ste. 500 . . . . . . . Phoenix, AZ 85004 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mary Mazur. . . . . . . . . (602) 496-8888 . . . . . . . . . . . .mary.mazur@asu.edu KNXV-TV/ KASW-TV . (EW Scripps Phoenix) 515 N. 44th St . . . . . Phoenix, AZ 85008 . . . Anita Helt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (602) 273-1500 .ahelt@abc15.com

KAZT-TV / NAZT-TV . . . . . . . . . . . . (Londen Media) 4343 E. Camelback Rd., Ste. #130 . . . . Phoenix, AZ 85018 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rich Howe . . . . . . . . . (602) 977-7700 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . rhowe@aztv.com KPHO-TV, KTVK-TV . (Meredith Corp) 5555 N. 7th Ave. . . . Phoenix, AZ 85017 . . Kevin James . . . . .

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (602) 207-3333

. . . . . . . . . kevin.james@azfamily.com

KTAZ-TV, NTAZ-TV, KHRR-TV . . . . . . (NBCUniversal Media, LLC) 4625 S. 33rd Pl. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Phoenix, AZ 85040 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Andrew Deschapelles . . . (602) 648-3900 . . . . . andrew.deschapelles@nbcuni.com KPNX-TV / KNAZ-TV . . . . . . . . . . . (Tegna Phoenix) 200 E. Van Buren St. . . . . . . . . . . . . Phoenix, AZ 85004 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dean Ditmer . . . . . . . . (602) 444-1212 . . . . . . . . . . . dditmer@12news.com KHOT-FM / KHOV-FM / KQMR-FM / KOMRFM / KKMR-FM / KTVW-TV / KUVE-TV / KFPH-TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Univision Arizona) 6006 S. 30th St. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Phoenix, AZ 85042 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Gerardo Higginson . . . . . (602) 233-3519 . . . . . . . ghigginson@UNIVISION.NET

TUCSON

KECY-TV / KYMA-TV / KESE-TV/ KSWT-TV (NPG of Yuma-El Centro LLC) 1965 S. 4th Ave. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Yuma, AZ 85364 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dave Miller . . . . . . . . . (928) 217-5513 . . . . . . . . . . dave.miller@npgco.com

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KUDF-TV. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Azteca Tucson) 1201 E. Broadway Blvd. . . . . . . . . . . Tucson, AZ 85719 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rudy Velez . . . . . . . . . (520) 441-4993 . . . . . . . . . . . . rodolfo@lmmedia.us

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KGUN-TV / KWBA-TV . . . . . . . . . . . (EW Scripps Tucson) 7280 E. Rosewood St. . . . . . . . . . . . Tucson, AZ 85710 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kara McNeely . . . . . . . (520) 290-7600 . . . . . . . . kara.mcneely@scripps.com

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KOLD-TV. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (Gray Television) 7831 N. Business Park Dr. . . . . . . . . . Tucson, AZ 85743 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Eric Duncan . . . . . . . . (520) 744-1313 . . . . . . eduncan@tucsonnewsnow.com KVOA-TV . . . . (Quincy Media) P.O. Box 5188 . . Tucson, AZ 85703 Bill Shaw . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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KMSB-TV/ KTTU-TV. . . . . . . . . . . . (Tegna Tucson, Operated by Gray Television) 7831 N. Business Park Dr. . . . . . . . . Tucson, AZ 85743 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Lec Coble . . . . . . . . . (520) 624-0180 . . . . . . . . . . . . . LCoble@kmsb.com

YUMA

KSWT-TV / KYMA-TV / OSWT-TV. . . . . (Blackhawk Broadcasting) 1965-B S. 4th Ave. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Yuma, AZ 85364 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dave Miller . . . . . . . . . (928) 539-9990 . . . . . . . . . . dave.miller@npgco.com

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STATE, REGIONAL and INTERNATIONAL PRESS ASSOCIATIONS Alabama Press Association 600 Vestavia Pkwy., Suite 291 Vestavia Hills AL 35216 Telephone ............................(205) 871-7737 .........................................1-800-264-7043 FAX ......................................(205) 871-7740 E-Mail .................felicia@alabamapress.org ............................. www.alabamapress.org Executive Director ................. Felicia Mason

Association of Alternative Newsweeklies 1156 15th Street, N.W., Suite 905 Washington DC 20005 Telephone ............................(202) 289-8484 FAX .....................................(202) 289-2004 E-Mail .................................... web@aan.org ..............................................www.aan.org Executive Director ..............Jason Zaragoza

Alberta Weekly Newspaper Association 3228 Parsons Road Edmonton, Alberta, Canada T6N 1M2 Telephone ............................(780) 434-8746 FAX ......................................(780) 438-8356 E-Mail ................................. info@awnet.net ......................................... www.awna.com Executive Director ................. Dennis Merrill

Associated Press Media Editors 50 Rockefeller Plaza New York NY 10020 Telephone ............................(212) 621-1838 FAX .....................................(212) 506-6102 E-Mail ....................................apme@ap.org ......................................... www.apme.com President ................................... Bob Heisse

Allied Daily Newspapers Of Washington P.O. Box 29 Olympia WA 98507-0029 Telephone ............................(360) 943-9960 FAX ......................................(360) 943-9962 E-Mail .......................anewspaper@aol.com Executive Director ....... Rowland Thompson

British Columbia & Yukon Community Newspaper Association 1020 Mainland St., Suite 122 Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada V6B 274 Telephone ............................(866) 669-9222 FAX ......................................(866) 684-4713 E-Mail ............info@bccommunitynews.com .................... www.bccommunitynews.com General Manager..................George Affleck

American Court & Commercial Newspaper Association P.O. Box 50301 Arlington VA 22205 Telephone ............................(703) 237-9801 FAX ......................................(703) 237-9808 E-Mail .......................................................... .... information@americanpressworks.com Executive Director ....................Carol Pierce American Press Institute 11690 Sunrise Valley Drive Reston VA 20191 Telephone ............................ (703) 620-3611 FAX ......................................(703) 620-5814 E-Mail .......info@americanpressinstitute.org ................www.americanpressinstitute.org Interim Executive Dir....... Carol Ann Riordan American Society of Newspaper Editors 11690-B Sunrise Valley Drive Reston, VA 20191 Telephone ............................ (703) 453-1122 FAX ...................................... (703) 453-1133 E-Mail ................................. asne@asne.org ............................................www.asne.org Executive Director ................Richard Karpel Arkansas Press Association 411 S. Victory St. Little Rock AR 77201-2932 Telephone ............................(501) 374-1500 FAX ......................................(501) 374-7509 E-Mail ...............ashley@arkansaspress.org ............................ www.arkansaspress.org Executive Director ...........Ashley Wimberley

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California Newspaper Publishers Association 2701 K Street Sacramento CA 95816-5131 Telephone ............................(916) 288-6000 FAX ......................................(916) 384-3700 E-Mail ................................. tom@cnpa.com ......................................... www.cnpa.com Executive Director ................... Tom Newton Canadian Community Newspapers Association / Canadian Newspaper Association 890 Yonge Street, Suite 200 Toronoto, Ontario M4W 3P4 Telephone ............................(416) 482-1090 FAX ......................................(416) 482-1908 E-Mail .....................................info@ccna.ca ............................................. www.ccna.ca Executive Director ..................... John Hinds Catholic Press Association 205 W. Monroe Street, Suite 470 Chicago IL 60606 Telephone ............................(312) 380-6789 FAX ......................................(312) 361-0256 E-Mail ................. twalter@cathplicpress.org ...............................www.catholicpress.org Executive Director .......... Timothy M. Walter

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Colorado Press Association/ Sync2 Media 1120 Lincoln Street, Ste. 912 Denver CO 80203 Telephone ............................ (303) 571-5117 FAX ......................................(303) 571-1803 SYNC2 FAX .........................(303) 571-0051 E-Mail ..........................CEO@colopress.net ......... www.coloradopressassociation.com ...............................www.sync2media.com CEO ...................................... Jill Farschman ..........................................(720) 274-7171 Connecticut Daily Newspapers Association 330 Main Street, 3rd Floor Hartford CT 06106 Telephone ............................(860) 716-4461 FAX ......................................(860) 541-6484 E-Mail ..............jessica@ctcapitolgroup.com ............................... www.ctdailynews.com Executive Director ..............Jessica Olander First Amendment Center Telephone ............................(202) 292-6288 FAX ......................................(202) 292-6295 E-Mail ...................................... info@fac.org ...............................................www.fac.org Executive Director ...............Gene Policinski Florida Press Association 336 E. College Ave., Ste. 203 Tallahassee, FL 32301 Telephone ............................(850) 222-5790 FAX ......................................(850) 224-6012 E-Mail ........................ fpa-info@flpress.com ....................................... www.flpress.com Executive Director ..................Dean Ridings Georgia Press Association 3066 Mercer University Drive, Suite 100 Atlanta GA 30341 Telephone ............................(770) 454-6776 FAX ......................................(770) 454-6778 E-Mail ................. rrhodes@mindspring.com .......................................www.gapress.org Executive Director .................Robin Rhodes Hawaii Publishers Association 575 Cooke St, Suite A, PMB #2406 Honolulu, HI 96813 Telephone ............................(808) 738-4992 FAX ......................................(808) 664-8892 E-Mail .......................................................... ... hawaiipublishersassociation@gmail.com Executive Director ....................Rick Asbach Hoosier State Press Association 212 W. 10th St., Suite B340 Indianapolis IN 46202 Telephone ............................(317) 803-4772 FAX ......................................(317) 624-4428 E-Mail ..........................dstamps@hspa.com .......................................... www.hspa.com Executive Director ...................Stephen Key


STATE & REGIONAL PRESS ASSOCIATIONS Illinois Press Association 900 Community Drive Springfield IL 62703 Telephone ............................(217) 241-1300 FAX ......................................(217) 241-1301 E-Mail ................................ilpress@aol.com ................................. www.illinoispress.org Executive Director ..................... Sam Fisher

Kansas Press Association 5423 SW 7th Street Topeka KS 66606-2330 Telephone ............................(785) 271-5304 FAX ......................................(785) 271-7341 E-Mail .............................info@kspress.com .................................... www.kspress.com Executive Director .............. Emily Bradbury

Inland Press Association 701 Lee St., Suite 925 Des Plaines IL 60016 Telephone ............................(847) 795-0380 FAX ......................................(847) 795-0385 E-Mail ........................... Inlander1@aol.com ................................. www.inlandpress.org Executive Director ................ Tom Slaughter

Kentucky Press Association 101 Consumer Lane Frankfort KY 40601-8489 Telephone ............................(502) 223-8821 FAX ......................................(502) 226-3867 E-Mail .................dthompson@kypress.com ......................................www.kypress.com Executive Director .........David T. Thompson

InterAmerican Press Association Jules Dubois Building 1801 S.W. 3rd Avenue Miami FL 33129 Telephone ............................(305) 634-2465 FAX ......................................(305) 635-2272 E-Mail ............................... info@sipiapa.org ........................................ www.sipiapa.org Executive Director ................Julio E. Muñoz

Local Media Association 16 Cass St. Traverse City MI 49684 Telephone ............................(888) 486-2466 FAX ......................................(231) 932-2985 E-Mail ........................... hq@localmedia.org .................................. www.localmedia.org Executive Director .................... Nancy Lane

International Newspaper Financial Executives 550 W. Frontage Road, Ste. 3600 Northfield IL 60093 Telephone ............................(847) 716-7000 FAX ......................................(847) 718-7004 E-Mail ..................................... info@infe.org ..............................................www.infe.org President & CEO .................Mary M. Collins

Louisiana Press Association 404 Europe St. Baton Rouge LA 70802-6403 Telephone ............................(225) 344-9309 FAX ......................................(225) 344-9344 E-Mail .............................. will@lapress.com .................................... www.lapress.com Director .................................. Will Chapman

International Newspaper Marketing Association P.O. Box 740186 Dallas TX 75374 Telephone ............................ (214) 373-9111 FAX ...................................... (214) 373-9112 E-Mail ....................................www.inma.org Executive Director .............Earl J. Wilkinson

Maine Press Association 1079 River Road Buxton, ME 04093 Telephone ............................(207) 351-1033 FAX ......................................(800) 799-6008 E-Mail .................mainepress@hotmail.com ...................... mainepress.wordpress.com Executive Director .................. Diane Norton

International Society of Weekly Newspaper Editors c/o Missouri Southern State 3950 East Newman Road Joplin MO 64801 Telephone ............................(417) 625-9736 FAX .....................................(417) 659-4445 E-Mail ............... stebbins-c@mail.mssc.edu .......................................... www.iswne.org Secretary Treasurer ..............Chad Stebbins

Manitoba Commmmunity Newspapers Association 943 McPhillips Street Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada R2X 2J9 Telephone ............................(204) 947-1691 FAX ......................................(204) 947-1919 E-Mail ................................ info@mcna.com ....................................... www.mcna.com Executive Director .................... Steve Nixon

Iowa Newspaper Association 319 East 5th St. Des Moines IA 50309-1931 Telephone ............................(515) 244-2145 FAX ......................................(515) 244-4855 E-Mail ............................. ina@inanews.com .....................................www.inanews.com Executive Director ...Susan Patterson Plank

Maryland-Delaware-DC Press Association (MDDC) 60 West Street, Suite 107 Annapolis, MD 21401-2479 Toll-Free Phone ....1-855-721-MDDC (6332) ................................ www.mddcpress.com E-mail ................. rsnyder@mddcpress.com Executive Director .............Rebecca Snyder

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Massachusetts Newspaper Publishers Association 70 Washington St., Suite 214 Salem MA 01970 Telephone ............................(978) 546-2400 FAX ......................................(978) 418-9161 E-Mail ..................info@masspublishers.org ...........................www.masspublishers.org Executive Director ...........Robert J. Ambrogi Michigan Press Association 827 N. Washington Ave. Lansing MI 48906-5199 Telephone ............................(517) 372-2424 FAX ......................................(517) 372-2429 E-Mail .................. mpa@michiganpress.org .......................... www.michiganpress.org Executive Director .................James Tarrant Minnesota Newspaper Association 10 South 5th Street, #1105 Minneapolis MN 55402-1036 Telephone ............................(612) 332-8844 FAX ......................................(612) 342-2958 E-Mail ...................................mna@mna.org ........................................... www.mna.org Executive Director ......................... Lisa Hills Mississippi Press Association 371 Edgewood Terrace Jackson MS 39206-6217 Telephone ............................(601) 981-3060 FAX ......................................(601) 981-3676 E-Mail ..................... mspress@mspress.org .................................... www.mspress.org Executive Director ................... Layne Bruce Missouri Press Association 802 Locust St. Columbia MO 65201-4888 Telephone ............................(573) 449-4167 FAX ......................................(573) 874-5894 E-Mail .......................................................... .................................... www.mopress.com Executive Director ................. Mark Massen Montana Newspaper Association 825 Great Northern Blvd., Suite 202 Helena MT 59601-3340 Telephone ............................(406) 443-2850 FAX ......................................(406) 443-2860 E-Mail ........... mtnews@mtnewspapers.com ......................... www.mtnewspapers.com Executive Director ...................Jim Rickman ...........................jim@mtnewapapers.com National Newspaper Association 101 S. Palafox, Unit 13323 Pensacola FL 32591 Telephone ............................(850) 542-7087 ....................................... www.nnaweb.org Executive Director ................... Lynne Lance

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STATE & REGIONAL PRESS ASSOCIATIONS National Newspaper Publishers Association 3200 13th St., NW Washington DC 20010 Telephone ............................(202) 588-8764 FAX ......................................(202) 588-5302 E-Mail .................................. julie@nnpa.org ............................................www.nnpa.org Native American Journalists Association 395 W. Lindsey Norman OK 73019-4201 Telephone ............................(405) 325-9008 FAX ......................................(405) 325-6945 E-Mail .................................. info@naja.com ........................................... www.naja.com Executive Director ........................ Jeff Harjo Nebraska Press Association 845 “S” Street Lincoln NE 68508-1226 Telephone ............................(402) 476-2851 FAX ......................................(402) 476-2942 E-Mail ................. nebpress@nebpress.com ................................... www.nebpress.com Executive Director ..............Allen Beermann Nevada Press Association 102 N. Curry Street Carson City NV 89703 Telephone ............................(775) 885-0866 FAX ......................................(775) 885-8233 E-mail ........................ nevadapress@att.net ............................. www.nevadapress.com Executive Director ..................Richard Karpl

New York Press Association 621 Columbia St. Ext. Cohoes, NY 12047 Telephone ............................(518) 464-6483 FAX ......................................(518) 464-6489 E-Mail ................ nypa@nynewspapers.com ...........................www.nynewspapers.com Executive Director ...................Michelle Rea News Media Alliance – formerly: Newspaper Association of America 4401 Wilson Blvd., Suite 900 Arlington, VA 22203-1867 Telephone ............................(571) 366-1000 Fax....................................... (571) 366-1195 E-mail ............ info@newsmediaalliance.org ..................... www.newsmediaalliance.org President & CEO ..................David Chavern Newspaper Association of Idaho 333 Northgate Mile Idaho Falls ID 83401 Telephone ............................(208) 522-1800 FAX ......................................(208) 375-0914 E-Mail ...............rplothow@postregister.com Executive Director ................Roger Plothow Newspaper Association Managers P.O. Box 458 Essex MA 01929 Telephone ............................(978) 210-6832 Fax.......................................(978) 744-0333 ........................... www.nammanagers.com Executive Director ................... Layne Bruce

New England Newspaper and Press Association 370 Common Street, Suite 319 Dedham MA 02026 Telephone ............................(781) 320-8050 FAX ......................................(781) 320-8055 E-Mail ............................... info@nenpa.com ........................................ www.nenpa.com Executive Director .................Linda Conway

North Carolina Press Association 5171 Glenwood Ave., Suite 486 Raleigh NC 27612 Telephone ............................(919) 516-8009 FAX ......................................(919) 516-8005 E-Mail .............................phil@ncpress.com ..................................... www.ncpress.com Executive Director ......................... Phil Lucey

New Jersey Press Association 850 Bear Tavern Road, Suite 102 W. Trenton NJ 08628 Telephone ............................(609) 406-0600 FAX ......................................(609) 406-0300 E-Mail .............................. njpress@njpa.org .............................................www.njpa.org Executive Director .......................................

North Dakota Newspaper Association 1435 Interstate Loop Bismarck ND 58503 Telephone ............................(701) 223-6397 FAX ......................................(701) 223-8185 E-Mail ................................. info@ndna.com .......................................... www.ndna.com Executive Director .................. Steve Andrist

New Mexico Press Association P.O. Box 95198 Albuquerque NM 87199-5198 Telephone ............................(505) 275-1241 FAX ......................................(505) 275-1449 E-Mail ............................. info@nmpress.org ......................................www.nmpress.org Executive Director ...........Rory McClanahan

Ohio Newspaper Association 1335 Dublin Road, Suite 216-B Columbus OH 43215-1000 Telephone ............................(614) 486-6677 FAX ......................................(614) 486-4940 E-Mail ................. mnieporte@ohionews org .................................... www.ohionews.org Executive Director ............ Monica Nieportel

New York News Publishers Association 252 Hudson Ave. Albany, NY 12210 Telephone ............................(518) 449-1667 FAX ......................................(518) 449-5053 E-Mail ........................... nynpa@nynpa.com ........................................ www.nynpa.com President .............................Diane Kennedy

Oklahoma Press Association 3601 N. Lincoln Blvd. Oklahoma City OK 73105-5499 Telephone ............................(405) 499-0020 FAX ......................................(405) 499-0048 E-Mail ....................mthomas@okpress.com ..................................... www.okpress.com Executive Vice President ....... Mark Thomas

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Ontario Community Newspapers Association 3050 Harvester Road, Suite 103 Burlington, Ontario, Canada L7N 3J1 Telephone ............................(905) 639-8720 FAX ......................................(905) 639-6962 E-Mail ................................... info@ocna.org ............................................www.ocna.org Executive Director Caroline MedwellOregon Newspaper Publishers Association 4000 Kruse Way Place, Bldg.2 - Ste.160 Lake Oswego, OR 97035 Telephone ............................(503) 624-6397 FAX ...................................... (503) 624-9811 E-Mail ......................... onpa@orenews.com .................................... www.orenews.com Executive Director ..................... Laurie Hieb Pacific Northwest Newspaper Association 708 10th Street Sacramento, CA 95814 Telephone ............................(916) 288-6006 FAX ......................................(916) 288-6002 E-Mail ................................. tom@pnpa.com .......................................... www.pnna.com Executive Director ................... Tom Newton Pennsylvania Newspaper Association 3899 N. Front St. Harrisburg PA 17110-1536 Telephone ............................(717) 703-3000 FAX ......................................(717) 703-3001 E-Mail .................... info@pa-newspaper.org ........................... www.pa-newspaper.org President ..................................Mark Cohen Public Notice Resource Center P.O. Box 5337 Arlington VA 22205 Telephone ............................(703) 237-9806 FAX ......................................(703) 237-9808 E-Mail .................................... info@pnrc.net ........................................... www.pnrc.net Executive Director ................ Gregory Glass Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press 1101 Wilson Blvd., Suite 1100 Arlington VA 22209 Telephone ............................(703) 807-2100 FAX .....................................(202) 822-0929 E-Mail .....................................rcfp@rcfp.org ..............................................www.rcfp.org Executive Director .................. Lucy Dalglish Rhode Island Press Association University of Rhode Island Kingston RI 02881 Telephone ............................(408) 792-2195 FAX .....................................(410) 792-2892 .........................................www.ripress.org Secretary ................................... Linda Levin Saskatchewan Weekly Newspaper Association #14-401 45th St. West Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Canada S7L 5Z9 Telephone ............................(306) 382-9683 FAX ......................................(306) 382-9421 Web .....................................www.swna.com Executive Director .................... Steve Nixon


STATE & REGIONAL PRESS ASSOCIATIONS Society of American Business Editors and Writers 555 N. Central Ave., Suite 416 Phoenix, AZ 85004 Telephone ............................(602) 496-7862 FAX ...................................... (602) 496-5116 E-Mail .................................info@sabew.org ......................................... www.sabew.org Executive Director .......... Katherine Graham ................................ kgraham@sabew.org Society of News Design 424 E. Central Blvd. Suite 406 Orlando FL 32801 Telephone ............................(407) 420-7748 FAX ......................................(407) 420-7697 E-Mail ..................................... snd@snd.org ..............................................www.snd.org Executive Director ........... Stephen Komives South Carolina Press Association 106 Outlet Point Blvd. Columbia SC 29210 Telephone ............................(803) 750-9561 FAX ......................................(803) 551-0903 E-Mail ........................scpress@scpress.org ....................................... www.scpress.org Executive Director ..........Willliam C. Rogers South Dakota Newspaper Association P.O. Box 8100 1125 32nd Street Brookings SD 57006 Telephone ............................(605) 692-4300 FAX ......................................(605) 692-6388 E-Mail ............................... sdna@snda.com .......................................... www.sdna.com General Manager............... David Bordewyk Southern Newspaper Publishers Association 3680 N. Peachtree Road, Suite 300 Atlanta GA 30341 Telephone ............................(404) 256-0444 FAX ......................................(404) 252-9135 E-Mail ............................. paulette@aol.com ............................................www.snpa.org Executive Director ............ Edward VanHorn Student Press Law Center 1101 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 1100 Arlington VA 22209-2275 Telephone ............................(703) 807-1904 FAX .....................................(703) 807-2109 E-Mail ....................................splc@splc.org ............................................. www.splc.org Executive Director ................... Hadar Harris Tennessee Press Association 412 N. Cedar Bluff, #403 Knoxville TN 37923 Telephone ............................(865) 584-5761 FAX ......................................(865) 558-8687 E-Mail ...................... cdaniels@tnpress.com ...................................... www.tnpress.com Executive Director ........ Carol Goss-Daniels Texas Daily Newspaper Association 823 Congress Avenue, Suite 1550 Austin TX 78701 Telephone ............................(512) 476-4351 FAX ......................................(512) 476-0515 E-Mail ............................ kwhalen@tdna.org .............................................www.tdna.org Exececutive Director.................Ken Whalen

Texas Press Association 8800 Business Park Drive, Ste. 100 Austin TX 78759-7403 Telephone ............................(512) 477-6755 FAX ......................................(512) 477-6759 E-Mail .......... mikehodges@texaspress.com .................................www.texaspress.com Executive Director ..............Michael Hodges Utah Press Association 9716 South 500 West Sandy UT 84070 Telephone ............................(801) 308-0268 FAX ......................................(801) 308-0269 E-Mail ................... balffrey@utahpress.com .................................. www.utahpress.com Executive Director .................... Brian Alffrey Verified Audit Circulation 900 Larkspur Landing Circle, Suite 295 Larkspur, CA 94939 Telephone ............................(415) 461-6006 FAX ......................................(415) 461-6007 E-Mail ......................info@verifiedaudit.com ...............................www.verifiedaudit.com CEO ............................................ Tim Prouty Vermont Press Association Journalism Dept., St. Michaels College Colchester VT 05439-0284 Telephone ............................(802) 654-2442 FAX ......................................(802) 654-2560 E-Mail ................... mdonoghue@smcvt.edu Executive Director ......... Michael Donoghue Virginia Press Association 11529 Nuckols Road Glenn Allen VA 23059 Telephone ............................(804) 521-7570 FAX ......................................(804) 521-7589 E-Mail ................................ betsyg@vpa.net .............................................. www.vpa.net Executive Director ............... Betsy Edwards Washington Newspaper Publishers Association P.O. 389 Portstownsend WA 98368 Telephone ............................(206) 634-3838 FAX ......................................(888) 673-6209 E-Mail ........................ fredobee@wnpa.com ......................................... www.wnpa.com Executive Director ...................... Fred Obee West Virginia Press Association 3422 Pennsylvania Ave. Charleston WV 25302-4633 Telephone ............................(800) 235-6881 FAX ......................................(800) 526-6939 E-Mail ...................... wvpress@wvpress.org ...................................... www.wvpress.org Executive Director .......................Don Smith Wisconsin Newspaper Association 34 Schroeder Court, Suite 220 Madison, Wisconsin 53711 Telephone ............................(608) 238-7620 FAX ......................................(608) 238-4771 E-Mail .......................... info@wnanews.com .................................. www.wnanews.com Executive Director ...................Beth Bennett

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Wyoming Press Association 2121 Evans Ave. Cheyenne WY 82001 Telephone ............................(307) 635-3905 FAX ......................................(307) 635-3912 E-Mail .................. wyopress@wyopress.org .................................... www.wyopress.org Executive Director ...............Darcie Hoffland

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ANA NEWSPAPER of the YEAR RECIPIENTS DAILY CIRCULATION

2019............................................... Herald/Review Jennifer Sorenson / Publisher 2018 .................................. The Arizona Republic Greg Burton / Executive Editor 2017 .................................. The Arizona Republic Mi-Ai Parrish / Publisher 2016 .................................. The Arizona Republic Mi-Ai Parrish / Publisher 2015 .................................. The Arizona Republic John Zidich / Publisher 2014 .................................. The Arizona Republic John Zidich / Publisher 2013 .................................. The Arizona Republic John Zidich / Publisher 2012 ......................................................Yuma Sun Joni Brooks / Publisher 2011 ....................................... Sierra Vista Herald Phil Vega / Publisher 2010 .................................. The Arizona Republic John Zidich / Publisher 2009 ...............................The East Valley Tribune Julie Moreno / Publisher 2008 ...............................The East Valley Tribune Julie Moreno / Publisher 2007................................The East Valley Tribune ..................................... Karen Wittmer / Publisher 2006................................The East Valley Tribune ..................................... Karen Wittmer / Publisher 2005 ...............................The East Valley Tribune Karen Wittmer / Publisher 2004 ...............................The East Valley Tribune ..................................... Karen Wittmer / Publisher 2003 ..........................................Arizona Republic ............................. Sue Clark-Johnson / Publisher 2002 .........................................Arizona Republic ............................. Sue Clark-Johnson / Publisher 2001 ..........................................Arizona Republic ............................. Sue Clark-Johnson / Publisher 2000 ..........................................Arizona Republic ................................John F. Oppedahl / Publisher 1999 ..........................................Arizona Republic ................................John F. Oppedahl / Publisher 1998 .................................Casa Grande Dispatch ...................... Donovan M. Kramer Sr. / Publisher 64

WEEKLY CIRCULATION

2019.................................................Navajo Times Tom Arviso Jr. / Publisher 2018.................................................Navajo Times Tom Arviso Jr. / Publisher 2017.................................................Navajo Times Tom Arviso Jr. / Publisher 2016.................................................Navajo Times Tom Arviso Jr. / Publisher 2015.......................................... Payson Roundup John Naughton / Publisher 2014.......................White Mountain Independent Greg Tock / Publisher 2013.................................. Arizona Capitol Times Ginger Lamb / Publisher 2012.................................. Arizona Capitol Times Ginger Lamb / Publisher 2011 .............................................. Tucson Weekly Tom Lee / Publisher 2010 ......................................... Payson Roundup John Naughton / Publisher 2009 ......................................... Payson Roundup John Naughton / Publisher 2008 ......................................... Payson Roundup John Naughton / Publisher 2007.......................................... Payson Roundup Richard Haddad/ Publisher 2006.......................................... Payson Roundup ................................. Richard Haddad / Publisher 2005.......................................... Payson Roundup ................................. Richard Haddad / Publisher 2004 - Tie .............................. Coolidge Examiner ....................... Donovan M. Kramer Jr. / Publisher ................................................ Payson Roundup ................................. Richard Haddad / Publisher 2003 ......................................... Payson Roundup ................................. Richard Haddad / Publisher 2002.......................................... Payson Roundup ................................. Richard Haddad / Publisher 2001.......................................... Payson Roundup ................................. Richard Haddad / Publisher 2000 ......................................... Payson Roundup ................................. Richard Haddad / Publisher 1999 ......................................... Payson Roundup ................................. Richard Haddad / Publisher

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ANA HALL of FAME HONOREES 2008 ......................Josephine Brawley Hughes, Arizona Daily Star ............................. Kevin Cloe, Wickenburg Sun 2006 ..................................Brendan FitzSimons, Wick Communications .................................................. Chris Limberis, Arizona Daily Star / Tucson Weekly .....................................Elvira Espinoza, La Voz ........................................ Luis Manuel Ortiz, La 2005 ..................... William Sr. & Darlene Toops, Glendale Star / Peoria Times 2004 .... Cloves Campbell Sr., Arizona Informant ................. Bruce Itule, Arizona State University .................Walter M. Wick and Robert J. Wick, Wick Communications 2003 .......... Paul Barger, Holbrook Tribune-News ......... L. Alan Cruikshank, Fountain Hills Times 2002 .....Diana Creighton, Arizona Capitol Times ................ Donald Carson, University of Arizona 2001 ............. C. Donald HatďŹ eld, Tucson Citizen 1999 ........William Shover, The Arizona Republic ..................................................Hugh Harelson, University of Arizona, Arizona Highways 1998 .............................Donovan M. Kramer Sr., Casa Grande Valley Newspapers Inc. ......... Donald Soldwedel, Western Newspapers ............. Jack Smyth, Independent Newspapers 1997 .......................James Garner, Daily Courier ...........C.R. Waters, Mohave Valley Daily News 1996 ..... Donald F. Bolles, The Arizona Republic ............... Pierson W. Dooner, Weekly Arizonian ............ Dwight B. Heard, The Arizona Republic ............... Frank E. Johnson, Arizona Daily Star .... Jonathan Marshall, Scottsdale Daily Progress ............................................Harry Montgomery, The Arizona Republic/Phoenix Gazette .................. Morris Richards, The Winslow Mail .................... Hanson Ray Sisk, Nogales Herald .......... Charles Thornton, The Arizona Republic ..........................Milton Wick, Wick Newspapers 1981 ..................................... Eugene C. Pulliam, The Arizona Republic/Phoenix Gazette ............................................ Ernest B. Douglas, Verde Copper News, Arizona Farmer-Ranchman

1980 .............. Anna B. Anderson, Arizona News 1979 ......William R. Mathews, Arizona Daily Star Mulford Winsor, Yuma Morning Sun/ Tucson Citizen/Daily Globe 1978 ........................................Columbus Giragi, Holbrook Tribune-News/Coconino Sun, Tombstone Epitaph 1977 ............................Charles F. Willis, Pay Dirt 1976 ......... Harold H. Wrenn, Coolidge Examiner 1973 ........ Clayton A. Smith, Tombstone Epitaph 1972 .... Douglas D. Martin, University of Arizona 1971 ........... William Hattich, Tombstone Epitaph ...............V.P. Richards, Holbrook Tribune-News 1970 .................... Curt Miller, Tempe Daily News ........................... John Wasson, Arizona Citizen 1969 ....................... W.P. Stuart, Prescott Courier 1967 ............ Charles H. Akers, Arizona Gazette 1966 ... George H. Smalley, Tucson Daily Citizen 1965 .....................Angela Hutchinson Hammer, The Dispatch 1964 ..........Stanley A. Bagg, Tombstone Epitaph 1963 ....................John H. Marion, Arizona Miner 1962 ..............................Robert Christian Smith, Snowake Herald 1961 ........ John W. Dorrington, Arizona Sentinel 1960 ..................................... Thomas F. Weedin, Florence Blade-Tribune 1959 ...........................Judge Aaron H. Hackney, Arizona Silver Belt 1958 ...Alfred Franklin Banta, Douglas Dispatch 1957 ........... Edward C. Cross, Weekly Arizonian 1956 ....................... Carmel Giragi, Winslow Mail 1955 ..................... Fred S. Breen, Coconino Sun 1954 .........Allan S. Jaynes, Tucson Daily Citizen 1953 ..... Anson H. Smith, Mohave County Miner 1952 ............ George H. Kelly, Arizona Daily Star 1951 ............... J.W. Spear, The Arizona Republic 1950 .............. John P. Clum, Tombstone Epitaph 1949 ........ William Wrightson, Weekly Arizonian

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ANA – PAST PRESIDENTS 2019.....................................................Kyle Larson 2017-18 ........................................Manuel Coppola 2016........................................ Donovan Kramer Jr. 2015.................................................... Don Rowley 2014.................................................... Joni Brooks 2013..................................................... Pam Miller 2012............................................... John Naughton 2011 .................................................. Ginger Lamb 2010........................................................ Teri Hayt 2009....................................................Dick Larson 2008..................................................... John Wolfe 2007-08 ..................................................Pam Mox 2006............................................... Michael Quinn 2005.................................................. Julie Moreno 2004...............................................Bobbie Jo Buel 2003 ......................................................Greg Tock 2002...............................................Michael Limon 2001..................................................... Paul Schatt 2000..................................................... Kevin Cloe 1999................................................Bret McKeand 1998..................................................Blake DeWitt 1997 ....................................... L. Alan Cruikshank 1996......................................... C. Donald Hatfield 1995........................................... William E. Toops 1994..................................................Linda Ritchie 1993..................................................... Hal Paradis 1992.................................................... Sam Pepper 1991................................................... Steve Jewett 1989-90 ...............................................Bob Larson 1988................................................ Joe Soldwedel 1987................................................... Jon Fishman 1986......................................................... Ed Dulin 1985..................................................Darrow Tully 1983-84 ........................................... Burl L. Lyons 1982............................................ James Afinowich ..........................................William J. Woestendiek 1981................................................... Frank Brady 1980.................................Donovan M. Kramer Sr. 66

1979............................................... E.D. Jewett, Jr. 1978..............................................Aaron E. Loney 1977.......................................... Eugene N. Marten 1976............................................Frank E. Johnson 1975............................................ Clyde S. Roberts 1974..................................................... Cleo Smith 1973................................................. Burt Freireich 1972.......................................... Jonathan Marshall 1971.................................................... C.R. Waters 1970.............................................. Quintin J. Robb 1969............................................ James F. Hudson 1968............................................Leland M. Hover 1967.......................................... Roger M. Hoskins 1966.......................................................Platt Cline 1965..................................................Bill Cameron 1964........................................ Harry Montgomery 1963................................................ John D. Seater 1962..................................................R. W. Calvert 1961.............................................Sig. H. Atkinson 1960....................................... Thomas T. Clark, Jr. 1959........................................... Tom E. Anderson 1958.................................................... Oliver King 1957............................................Clayton A. Smith 1956.............................................Frank Drachman 1955..........................................J. Morris Richards 1954......................................William A. Small, Jr. 1953............................................William M. Ryan 1952....................................... Francis N. Connolly 1951........................................... R. Lynn Williams 1950..................................................Jones Osborn 1949............................................Harold H. Wrenn 1948......................................... J. Newell Johnston 1946-47 ........................................... V. P. Richards 1944-45 ............................... George W. Chambers 1942-43 ..............................................W. P. Stuart 1936-39 ...............................................W. B. Kelly 1934-35 ......................................Columbus Giragi 1930-33 ................................................W.P. Stuart

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ANA MEMBER SERVICES & BENEFITS Access ANA through your favorite social network

In the networked digital era, ANA is reaching out to members through the Internet and social networks. Find us on Facebook and Twitter. Search our Flickr account for photos of ANA events. We also have an Issuu account where we host and archive our e-Newsletter: ANAgrams. Arizona Newspapers Association -Public Group @ANAnewsflash www.flickr.com/photos/ ananewsflash/albums www.issuu.com/ ananewsflash/docs

Ad Placement Services

Placement of advertising in newspapers across the state and across the country using the One Order/One Bill service makes advertising easy. ANA member newspapers can generate additional revenue by participating in:  AzCAN – Arizona Classified Advertising Network  AzDAN – Arizona Display Advertising Network  Target Arizona – Pre-printed insert delivery program These networks make it possible for small businesses to profit from exposure to hundreds of thousands of readers across the country and at a very effective cost. In addition to placing ads in member newspapers in Arizona, we also place ads in many other

states that have similar newspaper network programs. Newspapers can increase their revenue by selling ads into the networks and retaining a share of the sales.

Advertising & Newsroom AnswerLine

Staffed by attorney John Moody of the firm Peters, Cannata & Moody (602) 248-2900, get answers to your advertising and newsroom questions regarding legal issues.

ANAgrams

ANAgrams is the free member E-mail newsletter of the Arizona Newspapers Association. Each issue contains news and features on ANA members and their employees, personnel news, job openings, columns on industry changes, writing and advertising, ANA activities and more.

Annual Awards

ANA celebrates the industry with several different awards.  Better Newspapers Contest In partnership with the Arizona Associated Press Media Editors, ANA presents these joint awards annually for excellence in journalism.  Excellence in Advertising Competition This advertising and design contest recognizes excellence and creativity among newspaper advertising staffs.  Hall of Fame Nominations are accepted anytime for the recognition usually 2020 Arizona Media Directory

presented in early Fall. A link to the nomination form is available on the ANA website. You also can read the list of previous honorees.  Newspaper of the Year You can’t win if you don’t enter BOTH the Excellence in Advertising Awards contest and the Better Newspapers Contest.

Arizona Newspapers Foundation

Donations support journalism education. Since 2008, eleven students have received $11,000 in tuition assistance. To make a donation or pledge a gift through a will or trust, please contact ANA at (602) 261-7655.

Conventions and Training

Attend our conventions and training seminars to keep up with what’s going on in the industry. These events allow newspaper professionals to network and advance their education and skills. New ANA directors and officers are elected by the membership at the Annual Fall Meeting during the convention.

Job Bank

Access the Job Bank at ananews. com to immediately see what positions are available. Submit your newspaper job openings to us by E-mail at office@ananews. com.

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Legislative & Lobbying Activities

ANA is the official voice of Arizona’s newspapers in the state legislature. The association retains a lobbyist who works proactively to protect newspapers’ business interests and First Amendment activities on the state, county and local levels. During the legislative session, members receive a weekly E-mail publication, “Legislative Alert,” to keep them informed of matters occurring at the Capitol.

Media Hotline

Media law questions are referred to the Media Hotline, (602) 351-8000, which is staffed by attorneys from the law firm of Perkins Coie. A call to the hotline can save a newspaper thousands of dollars in legal fees. Pre- and post-publication advice is offered on access to government records and other First Amendment issues.

online-only publications may now apply for ANA membership

The ANA Board of Directors has changed the bylaws in order to accept a new class of member: That of an online newspaper. In today’s changing news environment, we should embrace those sites which disseminate news in a journalistic manner, whether is it in print or online. For more details about online membership, call the ANA office at (602) 261-7655.

Reference Materials

 Arizona Media Directory  Ad Guidelines Handbook available online at: 68

www.ananews.com/resources/  Public Notice Handbook (updated in 2017)  Arizona Reporter’s Handbook on Media Law, 7th Edition. Download your copy at: www.ananews.com/resources/

www.ANAnews.com

ANA maintains a website at www.ananews.com. It has been recently updated and we look forward to utilizing it on a regular basis. It contains links to the pages of member newspapers, and extensive information about ANA and its activities. Access upcoming events, member benefits, videos, public notices and our annual directory.

www.PublicNoticeAds.com

ANA created a website where member newspapers could make public notices available electronically. At no cost to the taxpayer or advertiser, the website can be accessed from anywhere on the Internet. Go to www.publicnoticeads.com/az. Seven states have licensed the software and also use PublicNoticeAds.com.

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