Alabama Newspapers

Dothan Eagle

The Dothan Eagle is a daily newspaper serving Dothan, Alabama and the surrounding communities. It was owned by the Thomson Corporation until 2000, when it was sold to Media General. In 2012, Media General sold most of its newspapers, including the Eagle, to current owner Berkshire Hathaway. It was founded in 1908.

Opelika-Auburn News

The Opelika-Auburn News is a daily newspaper in Alabama serving Opelika, Auburn, and the surrounding communities. It first began publication in 1904, operating as the Opelika Daily News ; in 1968 Millard B. Grimes and investors purchased the paper, changing its name to the Opelika-Auburn News in 1969, and selling it in 1977.

Tuscaloosa News

The Tuscaloosa News is a daily newspaper serving Tuscaloosa, Alabama, USA, and the surrounding area in west central Alabama.Since January 6, 2012, Halifax Media Group has owned The Tuscaloosa News. Prior to that the paper's owner was The New York Times. The New York Times Company acquired the News in 1985 from the Public Welfare Foundation, a charitable entity. The News had been donated to that foundation by its owner Edward Marsh, along with other newspapers he owned, before his death in 1964. The News has twelve-month average circulation of 32,700 daily and 34,600 Sunday.