The newspaper was founded in 1862. In 1960, longtime owner and publisher Gilbert Giese sold it to the owner of the Holyoke Transcript-Telegram. In 1964, the newspaper was purchased by Decatur, Illinois-based Lindsay-Schaub Newspapers. It was acquired by the Hearst Corporation in 1979.
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The 1963 NCAA College Division football rankings are from the United Press International poll of College Division head coaches and from the Associated Press. The 1963 NCAA College Division football season was the sixth year UPI published a Coaches Poll in what was termed the "Small College" division. It was the fourth year for the AP version of the poll, which only listed 10 teams.All About Soap
All About Soap was a fortnightly UK magazine founded in October 1999. It was released on Tuesdays. Storylines of the shows it covers are from soap operas shown in the United Kingdom and from Australia, including EastEnders, Coronation Street, Emmerdale, Hollyoaks, Neighbours and Home and Away.Best (magazine)
Best is a UK women's magazine printed weekly by Hearst magazines.Cosmopolitan Television
Cosmopolitan Television is a television network brand that targets a young female demographic consisting of acquired scripted television series, films, lifestyle series and more. The network's name is licensed from the Hearst Communications magazine title Cosmopolitan. Cosmopolitan Television consists of three local cable and satellite channels worldwide:
Cosmopolitan TV (Canada) (33%)
Cosmopolitan TV (Latin America)
Cosmopolitan TV (Spain)Country Living
Country Living is an American lifestyle and home magazine published by the Hearst Corporation since 1978. The monthly magazine focuses on food, home renovation, home decor, DIY and lifestyle. The magazine hosts four Country Living Fairs a year in Rhinebeck, NY, Nashville, TN, Columbus, OH and Atlanta, GA.
In 2014 the magazine relocated its editorial offices from New York City to Birmingham, Alabama. The current editor-in-chief is Rachel Hardage Barrett.Edwardsville, Illinois
Edwardsville is a city in Madison County, Illinois, United States. As of the 2010 census, the population was 24,293. It is the county seat of Madison County. The city was named in honor of Ninian Edwards, then Governor of the Illinois Territory.
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, the Edwardsville Arts Center, the Edwardsville Journal, the Madison County Record, and the Edwardsville Intelligencer are here. Edwardsville High School and Metro-East Lutheran High School serve students in the area.
Edwardsville is a part of Southern Illinois, the Metro East region, and Greater St. Louis. It is part of the Edwardsville School District, which also includes the villages of Glen Carbon, Hamel, and Moro, as well as the townships areas around them.
A 2010 issue of Family Circle magazine named Edwardsville third of their "Top 10 Best Towns for Families."Efiwe.org
Efiwe.org is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization based in Edwardsville, Illinois whose goal is to send one million books to libraries in post-secondary schools across Africa.Elle Decor
Elle Decor is a magazine that focuses on home decor. It is published by Hearst Magazines, who bought Hachette Filipacchi Media U.S. in 2011. The magazine was launched in 1989.House Beautiful
House Beautiful is an interior decorating magazine that focuses on decorating and the domestic arts. First published in 1896, it is currently published by the Hearst Corporation, who began publishing it in 1934. It is the oldest still-published magazine in what is known as the "shelter magazine" genre.The magazine was launched in the UK in the early 1950s, positioned for young 'home-makers'; and it is still sold in the UK where it has a circulation of 118,290Inside Soap
Inside Soap is a weekly UK magazine, released every Tuesday. It covers current and future storylines in soap operas shown in the United Kingdom.Mannie Jackson
Mannie Jackson (born May 4, 1939) is the chairman and owner of the Harlem Globetrotters, for whom he played from 1962 to 1964. He was the first African American with controlling ownership in an entertainment organization and international sports. Jackson has been heavily recognized throughout his career including an acknowledgment as one of the nation's 30 most powerful and influential black corporate executives, one of the nation's top 50 corporate strategists, and one of the 20 African-American high-net-worth entrepreneurs.Motor (Hearst magazine)
MOTOR is a monthly American automobile magazine first published by Hearst Magazines in 1903 as THE MOTOR. The founder was William Randolph Hearst. The magazine is based in Troy, Michigan.Newspapers of New England, Inc.
Newspapers of New England, Inc. (NNE) is a privately owned publisher of nine daily and weekly newspapers in the U.S. states of Massachusetts and New Hampshire.
The company's flagship publication is the Concord Monitor, in New Hampshire's capital. Its largest circulation newspaper in Massachusetts is the Daily Hampshire Gazette of Northampton.Reed Brennan Media Associates
Reed Brennan Media Associates (RBMA) is a service owned by Hearst Communications, and was a unit of Hearst Holdings, Inc., that handles current King Features Syndicate comic strips and columns. Reed Brennan was established in 1993.
Reed Brennan allows King Features' cartoonists to scan their comic strips and columns into their computers at 600dpi, and, for the Sunday strips, they color them on their computers. Reed Brennan also colorizes daily strips.Streamliners (Illinois Terminal Railroad)
The Streamliners were a fleet of three streamlined electric multiple units built by the St. Louis Car Company for the Illinois Terminal Railroad in 1948–1949. They operated primarily between St. Louis, Missouri and Peoria, Illinois in the late 1940s and early to mid-1950s. They were the last interurban cars manufactured in the United States.Suburban Journals
Suburban Journals of Greater St. Louis is a group of publications in the St. Louis region owned by Lee Enterprises. The chain serves St. Louis and St. Louis and St. Charles counties in Missouri and Madison County in Illinois.
It publishes community newspapers, the Ladue News, Savvy Family, St. Louis' Best Bridal and Feast. Publications are grouped in regional offices in Town and Country, Missouri, and Collinsville, Illinois.
The chain for years was distributed to homes for free. The papers became subscription-only in November 2008.
The chain's main competition are the Webster-Kirkwood Times, The South County Times and Call Newspapers in Missouri and The Alton Telegraph, Edwardsville Intelligencer, and Belleville News-Democrat in Illinois.The College Kidnappers
The College Kidnappers was a group of alumni from the University of Illinois who specialized in kidnapping wealthy mobsters for ransom. These mobsters were targets because they were less likely to approach the police and could pay the ransom.The group was a ten-man, Chicago-based group led by Theodore "Handsome Jack" Klutas.The Intelligencer
The Intelligencer can refer to the following newspapers:
The Intelligencer (Doylestown, Pennsylvania) in Doylestown, Pennsylvania
The Intelligencer and Wheeling News Register in Wheeling, West Virginia
The Intelligencer, an 18th-century periodical launched by Jonathan Swift and Thomas Sheridan in 1728.
The Belleville Intelligencer, daily newspaper published in Belleville, Ontario
The Edwardsville Intelligencer, daily newspaper published in Edwardsville, Illinois.
Ames Tribune, originally known as The Intelligencer.The Lake Houston Observer
The Lake Houston Observer is a weekly community newspaper serving the Crosby and Huffman communities in northeast Harris County, Texas, United States.
It was owned by ASP Westward LP until 2012, when it was acquired by 1013 Star Communications as part of its acquisition of Houston Community Newspapers. In 2016, the Hearst Corporation acquired Houston Community Newspapers; it is the parent company of the Houston Chronicle. As part of the deal the Observer became a part of the Hearst Corporation.