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List of major newspapers in Indiana featuring news and latest information on local politics, events, business, sports, education, jobs, and more. See following table for 82 Indiana local newspapers, each with official name, city location and Internet website address. All find related online resources that may help you living in or moving to the state of Indiana.

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Indiana Newspapers List

Indiana - The Land of the Indians

Indiana, the state name means translated The Land of the Indians. The state is located in the midwestern United States, east of Illinois. Like Illinois, Indians are located south of Lake Michigan.

Endless expanses and lake landscapes

Indiana is characterized by a flat, wide landscape. Lake Michigan is in the north and many other lakes and rivers run through the country. The well-known Wabash River is one of the largest free flowing rivers east of the Mississippi. The Wabash River is Indiana's official river.

Indiana's climate is very continental, which means warm summers and relatively cold winters. Snow also falls in winter. The climate and rainfall are not negligibly influenced by the large lakes in the north of the USA.

The state's capital and largest city is Indianapolis. The city is located in the center of the country and was founded in 1821.

Michael Jackson - Famous Indian sprout

Another famous city is Gary. The city lies on the border with Illinois and belongs to the Chicago metropolitan area. The city has spawned a number of celebrities. The best known is Michael Jackson, who was born here on August 29, 1958. The city was his family's hometown.

A story full of nature and changing residents

Long before the Europeans settled here, various Indian peoples lived in this region. These are the Delaware, Miami, Potawatomi, Shawnee and Wea Indians. In the Indianapolis area of ​​Miami and Lenape Indians. However, they were distributed before 1820. The French were the first Europeans to arrive in this area. Like many other northern areas, Indiana fell to the British later in history.

The area was hardly used by the settlers and was almost uninhabited for a long time. When the Indiana Colonization Society was created in 1829, the area was selected to create a new home for African-Americans. In the meantime, some of the historic buildings from that time have been declared National Historic Landmarks.

Newspapers Location Image Website
Anderson Herald Bulletin Anderson, IN
Banner-Graphic Greencastle, IN
Bedford Times-Mail Bedford, IN Bedford Times-Mail
Bluffton News Banner Bluffton, IN Bluffton News Banner
Brown County Democrat Nashville, IN Brown County Democrat
Chesterton Tribune Chesterton, IN Chesterton Tribune
Chronicle-Tribune Marion, IN
Commercial Review Portland, IN
Crown Point Star Crown Point, IN
Daily Journal of Johnson County Franklin, IN
Daily Ledger Noblesville, IN
Daily Reporter Greenfield, IN
Evansville Courier Evansville, IN
Evening News and Tribune Jeffersonville, IN
Fort Wayne Journal Gazette Fort Wayne, IN
Gary Post Tribune Gary , IN
Goshen News Goshen, IN
Greensburg Daily News Greensburg, IN
Hartford City News-Times Hartford City, IN
Herald Journal Monticello, IN
Herald Press Huntington, IN
Herald-Argus LaPorte, IN
Hoosier Topics Cloverdale, IN
Indianapolis Business Journal Indianapolis, IN
Indianapolis Star Indianapolis, IN
Jackson County Banner Brownstown, IN
Journal & Courier Lafayette, IN
Journal of Business Terre Haute, IN
Journal Review Crawfordsville, IN
Kokomo Perspective Kokomo, IN
Kokomo Tribune Kokomo, IN
Linton Daily Citizen Linton, IN
Madison Courier Online Madison, IN
Mooresville Times Mooresville, IN
Newburgh Chandler Register Newburgh, IN
News 4U Evansville, IN
News Sun & Evening Star DeKalb Co., IN
Noblesville Daily Times Noblesville, IN
Nuvo Newsweekly Indianapolis, IN
Osgood Journal Versailles, IN
Palladium-Item Richmond, IN
Peru Tribune Peru , IN
Pharos-Tribune Logansport, IN
Plain Dealer & Sun North Vernon, IN
Post-Tribune Merrillville, IN
Princeton Daily Clarion Princeton, IN
Rochester Sentinel Rochester, IN
Rushville Republican Rushville, IN
Seymour Tribune Seymour, IN
Shelbyville News Shelbyville, IN
Shelbyville News Plainfield, IN
South Bend Tribune South Bend, IN
Spencer Evening World Spencer, IN
The Corydon Democrat Corydon, IN
The Courier Times New Castle, IN
The Elkhart Truth Elkhart, IN
The Evening Star Auburn, IN
The Flyer Group Newspapers Plainfield, IN
The Herald Tribune Batesville, IN
The Herald-Times Bloomington, IN
The Indianapolis Recorder Indianapolis, IN
The Indy Outlook Indianapolis, IN
The News-Dispatch Michigan City, IN
The News-Sentinal Fort Wayne, IN
The Post & Mail Columbia City, IN
The Reporter Lebanon, IN
The Reporter Times Martinsville, IN
The Republic Columbus, IN
The Sheridan News Sheridan, IN
The Southside Times Indianapolis, IN
The Star Press Muncie, IN
The Times Munster, IN
The Times Frankfort, IN
The Times Valparaiso, IN
Times Sentinel Zionsville, IN
Times-Union Warsaw, IN
Topics Newspapers Noblesville, IN
Tribune-Star Terre Haute, IN
Versailles Republican Versailles, IN
Vincennes Sun-Commercial Vincennes, IN
Wabash Plain Dealer Wabash, IN
Washington Times-Herald Washington, IN
  • IN Municipalities: Alphabetical list of all cities and towns in Indiana. Check now for top 10 largest cities by population and land area. Also covers geographical map of Indiana.
  • AllCityPopulation: Offers a list of big cities and towns in Indiana by population. Also covers state facts and overview.

Indiana offers tourists the attractions of American culture, in the heart of the country's Midwest. One of the must-see places there is Parke County, known for being the "covered bridge capital of the world".

The place is home to no less than 31 covered bridges, filled with stories, architecture and beautiful outdoor landscapes. One of the must-see spots is the Mansfield Covered Bridge during the Covered Bridge Festival, one of North America's best autumn festivals.


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