Racine Journal Times
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This article is intended to provide historical context for Bluepages articles that reference the Racine Journal Times. For more general information about the Racine Journal Times, see the Wikipedia article on the Racine Journal Times.
The Racine Journal Times is a daily newspaper based in Racine, Wisconsin, owned by Lee Enterprises. The paper was created by the merger of the Journal Printing Company, which published the Racine Journal-News, and the Call Publishing Company, which published the Racine Times-Call. The Journal Times was first printed on Sunday, June 26, 1932. For decades, the newspaper also operated the WRJN radio station. Lee Enterprises purchased the paper in 1968.
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- ↑ "The Racine Journal-News And Racine Times-Call Merge", Racine Journal-News, June 25, 1932, front page.
- ↑ "Journal-Times and WRJN Sold to Lee Enterprises", Racine Journal Times, December 18, 1968, front page.