Howell Area Archives Digital Archive

Newspaper

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Newspaper

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  • Brighton Argus (1880-2000) - we have microfilm holdings of this newspaper from 1880-1968 in the Local History Room. Brighton Library also has holdings of this newspaper in their Brighton Room.
  • Community Life (Hartland) (1933-present) - we have microfilm holdings of this newspaper from 1933-1991.
  • Fowlerville News and Views (1984-present)- a newspaper that has been covering the Fowlerville, Webberville, and Howell areas. View Digital Copies (contains 2018-present newspapers and 2015-present blog entries)
  • Fowlerville Review (1875-1971) - we have microfilm of this newspaper in the Local History Room.
  • Gregory Gazette (1912–1913) - digital copies of newspaper. View Digital Copies
  • Livingston Community News (2003–2009) - digital copes of newspaper. The Livingston Community News was a local community newspaper, housed in downtown Brighton, with a weekly circulation of 54,000. Encompassing a News, Features and Sports sections, the paper operated from 2003 to 2009 under the umbrella of The Ann Arbor News. View Digital Copies (view in library only)
  • Livingston County Argus-Dispatch (1965-1969) - Brighton Argus and Pinckney Dispatch merged in 1965. Then became Brighton Argus again in 1969. See either Pinckney Dispatch or Brighton Argus for access to this newspaper.
  • Livingston County Press (1937-1980) - Livingston Republican Press changes name in 1937. In 1980 Brighton Argus buys and continues to publish both Brighton Argus and Livingston County Press. In 1997 both papers are published twice weekly. (view in library only) View Digital Copies
  • Livingston Courier (1843-1857) - we have 1843-1846 in digital format. We don't have the rest of the date range. Becomes Livingston Democrat in 1857. Have microfilm for 1843-1856 in Local History Room.(view in library only) View Digital Copies
  • Livingston Daily Press & Argus (2000-present) - In September 2000, two successful twice-weekly newspapers the Livingston County Press and the Brighton Argus – that had each been publishing in various forms for more than 100 years - became one. The first edition of the Livingston County Daily Press & Argus hit the streets Sept. 7, 2000. Gannett purchased the newspaper in 2005 as part of the acquisition of Hometown Communications Inc. (view in library only) View Digital Copies
  • Livingston Democrat (1857–1928) - index of one of two of Livingston County, Michigan oldest newspapers. The index can be used in the Local History room on the Reference level of the library. The microfilm is processed by edition date. View Index or (view in library only) View Digital Copies
  • Livingston Herald (1886–1887) - digital copies of newspaper. (view in library only) View Digital Copies
  • The Livingston Post (2009-present) - a all-digital information and opinion site in Livingston County, Michigan. View Digital Copies
  • Livingston Republican (1855–1929) - index of one of two of Livingston County, Michigan oldest newspapers. The index can be used in the Local History room on the Reference level of the library. The microfilm is processed by edition date. View Index or (view in library only) View Digital Copies
  • Livingston Republican Press (1929-1937) - Livingston Republican and Livingston Democrat merged in 1929. (view in library only) View Digital Copies
  • Pinckney Dispatch (1883–1965) - digital copies of newspaper. We have all the years except 1890 and 1894-1896 are missing. View Digital Copies
  • Stockbridge Brief Sun (1883-1965) - we have microfilm holdings of this newspaper in the Local History Room.
  • Stockbridge Town Crier (1966-1999) - we have microfilm holdings of this newspaper in the Local History Room.

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