The Gazette

The Green Bay Press-Gazette has a long, distinguished history of service to the people of Green Bay and Northeastern Wisconsin. We are delighted to extend that service to Internet users the world over. We trace our roots to the Green Bay Gazette, founded by Dwight Follett in 1866 as a weekly newspaper. The Gazette became a daily newspaper in 1871, and often was known as the State Gazette. In 1914, the Green Bay Free Press was founded by local attorney Victor Minahan, and the Free Press and the Gazette became intense competitors. The resulting war for readers pushed both papers to near-collapse, ...


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