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Finding News Sources


How do I find a specific newspaper?

Search the library catalog by typing the newspaper title in the search box. Your results will indicate if it is available in print, microfilm and/or online.

Where are the current print newspapers?

On the 2nd Floor of the Main Library. A list of titles is located on the sides of the shelves. See 2nd Floor Map.

What about online newspapers?

View Databases by Subject - News/Newspapers.

How do I search for newspapers from a particular city, state, or country?

In the library catalog, select Subject from the drop-down menu and type newspapers. On the second line, select Subject again and type the name of the city, state, or country. Click Search.

This search method is not precise and may retrieve results about newspapers.

How do I find newspapers in a specific language?

In the library catalog, select Subject from the drop-down menu and type newspapers. In the Language box under Limit to, use the drop-down menu to select the language then click Search.

This search method is not precise and may retrieve results about newspapers.

How do I find more newspapers from a particular city, state or country?

There are newspapers the library doesn't subscribe to that have websites providing the most current articles. Use these sites to browse newspaper titles by region:

Abyz News Links

Links to over 16,000 newspapers and other news sources from around the world.

NewsLink

Links to newspapers in the US and around the world by location or type of paper. Also includes links to TV and radio sites.

Last modified: April 29, 2013