The Atchison Daily Globe is a local twice-weekly newspaper for Atchison, Kansas. The newspaper also maintains an online presence. The newspaper was founded in 1874 by E. W. Howe. The Howe family sold it in 1951 to the editor, Paul Allingham and Winnie Allingham. The Allinghams sold it in 1979 to Thomson Newspapers. Thomson sold it in 1993 to American Publishing.
The Buffalo Center Tribune is a weekly newspaper published in Buffalo Center, Iowa in the United States. It is the official newspaper for the communities of Buffalo Center, Lakota, Rake, and Thompson, Iowa.
124 N. Main Street
Buffalo Center, Iowa 50424
The Traer Star-Clipper is the weekly newspaper of Traer, Iowa. It is published on Fridays and has a circulation of roughly 2,500. The newspaper was founded in 1876. The paper primarily serves the community of Traer, but also provides news and sports coverage of neighboring communities in Tama County, Iowa.
CITYVIEW is an American Alternative newsmagazine newspaper in the Des Moines, Iowa, area. Cityview is known for its coverage of local restaurants, bars, and music. The paper includes columns by Gartner and by Carroll Daily Times Herald publisher Douglas Burns.
5619 N.W. 86th St., Suite 600
Johnston, Iowa 50131
The Conservative Chronicle is a weekly newspaper featuring nationally syndicated columnists and cartoonists who comment on world events and politics from a conservative point of view. From David Limbaugh to Phyllis Schafly, Ann Coulter and George Will, the Conservative Chronicle presents a variety of conservative critiques and insight in a weekly publication.
The Standard, formerly the Waukon Standard is the local paper in Waukon, Iowa and Lansing, Iowa. It, along with the Postville Herald, cover all the top stories in NE Iowa. Each paper cost $1.25 to purchase. Each paper includes sections from education, to agriculture, to viewpoints of local residents.
Nearly three decades after the introduction of compulsory superannuation in Australia, and with compulsory super set to rise to 12 per cent of wages by 2025, it’s time to take stock of what the system has achieved, and where to go from here.