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Sault Star

The Sault Star
Type Daily newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Owner(s) Sun Media
Publisher Lou Maulucci
Editor Frank Rupnik
Founded 1912
Headquarters 145 Old Garden River Road, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
Circulation 13,168 weekdays
13,326 Saturdays in 2011[1]
ISSN 0839-203X
OCLC number 18242726
Website The Sault Star

The Sault Star is a daily newspaper in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario and owned by Sun Media.

The northern newspaper has a current daily subscription of over 12,000 households to the Sault Ste. Marie area and Algoma District.

Pre-press facilities are in Barrie, Ontario with Sault Ste. Marie facilities closed in 2009.[2]

History

The Sault Star was established in 1912, the same year Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario became a city.[3] It was transformed into a daily newspaper by James W. Curran, who purchased the The Sault Weekly Star from lawyer (and later jurist) Moses McFadden.[4] Curran renamed the paper The Sault Daily Star and remained the paper's publisher and owner until 1941. From 1941 to 1975 the paper was led by his son Robert Curran.

Family ownership ended in 1975 when it was sold to Southam Newspaper, later acquired by Hollinger International (1996) and by Osprey Media (2002). In 2007 Osprey and the Sault Star was acquired by Sun Media.

Former staff

  • E. Paul Wilson, publisher 1988-1992
  • Bob Richardson, publisher 1992-1999

See also

References

  1. ^ Paid circulation cited in "Daily Newspaper Circulation Statement for the 12 Month Period Ended December 2012". Toronto:  
  2. ^ http://www.saultstar.com/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=1510862&archive=true
  3. ^ http://www.celebrate100saultstemarie.com/modules/content/index.php?id=1
  4. ^ The Sault Star, Views of the Sault, Heather Ingram, 1995, p147

External links

  • Sault Star


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