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Encyclopedia > The Gazette (Colorado Springs)

The Gazette is a newspaper based in Colorado Springs, Colorado that is lauded for its local reporting and large margins that make it easier to read. It is published daily by Freedom Communications. Nickname: The Springs Official website: http://www. ... Freedom Communications Logo Freedom Communications, Inc. ...


History

In 1946, the Colorado Springs Gazette and the Colorado Springs Evening Telegraph merged to form the Colorado Springs Gazette-Telegraph. Its name was changed to The Gazette in 1997.


External links

  • The Gazette Telegraph

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