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Granite Enterprise

Granite Enterprise

The Granite Enterprise was published by James Scarborough in 1900 on a weekly basis. It was a four-page, five-column newspaper measuring at 13 by 20 inches. It was published every Friday with J. W. Ryder as managing editor of the newspaper. The subscription cost one dollar per year in advance and the paper did not support any political parties when it was first founded.

The Guthrie Daily Leader

The Guthrie Daily Leader

In 1892, cowboy turned teacher, Roy Hoffman, established the Daily Leader in Guthrie, Logan County, Oklahoma Territory. One year later, Hoffman added the town’s name to the title. The Guthrie Daily Leader quickly became the leading newspaper in the territory.

Guymon Herald

Guymon Herald

The Guymon Herald was published from 1891 until 1925 on a weekly basis (every Thursday). It was also referred to as the Herald. A subscription could be purchased for one dollar for a year or fifty cents for six months.

The Gayly Oklahoman

The Gayly Oklahoman

Founded originally as The Gayly Oklahoman in 1983, now operating as the Gayly, this regional newspaper is the premier and most trusted source of news for LGBT and straight allies in the south central United States. The Gayly covers LGBT community topics and events as well as things throughout the state of Oklahoma and surrounding region. The Gayly newspaper is published by RD-T Media.