Nevada News Sources in Print and Online

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Nevada became a state in 1864, when the Civil War needed gold and silver to help finances. The first Nevada newspaper sprang into being the following year. Current times and new media have brought online news to compete with printed versions. While daily newspapers still flourish, many people rely on the Internet to get their news.

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The Nevada Appeal

Nevada’s oldest daily newspaper is The Nevada Appeal. It began in 1865, when it was called the Carson Daily Appeal. Ownership changed over the years; in 1947 it was sold to Arthur Suverkrup, who changed the name to the Nevada Appeal.

The newspaper is delivered six days a week in the mornings. Readership is over 25,000 daily and 35,000 on Sundays. It is the longest continuously operating business in Carson City.

The Nevada Appeal supplies its readers with information and news including:

  • Sports
  • Opinion
  • Entertainment
  • Community
  • Outdoors

Nevada News Bureau

The Nevada News Bureau is a non-partisan and independent news service that covers politics and government in Nevada. They are a member of the Investigative Reporters and Editors and the Nevada Press Association. Their staff is credentialed by the Nevada Legislative Counsel Bureau.

This growing online Nevada news source provides free, quality news content to its readers and other media outlets. Their stories have been both linked to and published by several Nevada news publications including The Ely Times, Las Vegas Review Journal, Nevada Appeal, Las Vegas CityLife, and the Las Vegas Tribune.

Elizabeth Crum has been editor of NNB since its founding in October 2009. She is also the political analyst for KTNV-TV Channel 13 Action News (a CBS affiliate) in Las Vegas. She provides analysis and commentary on current political events. She has been published and quoted in several national publications including the U.S. News and World Report and the Wall Street Journal.

The Las Vegas Informer

A group of individuals created the Las Vegas Informer in order to provide well-written, quality news articles for the educated Las Vegas online reader. Their goal is to provide the news with an open-minded and balanced approach. They welcome constructive comments and debates that relate to their posts and stories.

The Las Vegas Informer concentrates on Las Vegas local news, providing up-to-date information on a daily basis. They provide National and State coverage as deemed appropriate.

Categories on the Website include:

  • Politics
  • Editorial
  • Sports
  • Fun and Games
  • Business
  • Education
  • Real Estate
  • Community News
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