The Mining Journal

The Mining Journal
The Mining Journal
Type Daily newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Owner Ogden Newspapers Inc.
Publisher Jim Reevs
Editor Bud Sargent
Founded 1841 (as The Mining Journal)
Headquarters 249 W. Washington St.
Marquette, Michigan 49855
 United States
Circulation 18,000 Daily
30,000 Sunday
Official website

The Mining Journal is the predominant daily newspaper of Marquette, Michigan and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.

Like most market-dominant daily papers, the MJ is a seven-day morning paper. The Mining Journal is distributed over a wide area, in part because Marquette is the largest city for a considerable radius in any direction. The MJ can be found in all of the Upper Peninsula, and it maintains bureaus in many of the cities of the U.P.

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