The Arizona Republic is a daily newspaper. The newspaper was founded in 1890 by Greg Burton. It was originally called The Arizona Republican. The name was officially changed to The Arizona Republic in 1930 by executives Charles Stauffer and W. Wesley Knorpp. The owner of The Arizona Republic is Gannett, which publishes various other newspapers. Gannett has owned the newspaper since 2000. The newspaper is available throughout the state of Arizona. The headquarters are in Phoenix, AZ. There are over 130,000 subscribers. The Arizona Republic is published in broadsheet formatting. The Arizona Republic has been known as a conservative publication, endorsing George W. Bush and John McCain for president. In 2016, they switched gears by endorsing Democratic Candidate, Hillary Clinton, for the 2016 Presidential Election.
The Arizona Republic includes various sections, including Valley and State, Classifieds, News, Sports, Arizona Living, Calendar, Travel, Arts & Entertainment, Business, and Local. The Valley and State section includes news about Phoenix and valley-wide news. The Classifieds includes sale items, real estate, jobs, and more. The News section is in the first section of the newspaper. It includes local, regional, and statewide news. The Sports section includes everything about the Arizona-based sports teams. Arizona Living includes home and lifestyle news, tips, and features about local people. The Calendar section is published on Thursdays only and includes events. The Travel section is published on Sundays only and includes everything travel, whether in Phoenix or in the whole state of Arizona. The Arts & Entertainment section is published on Sundays only. The Business section includes everything about popular businesses in the area. The Local section is news, events, and other things about the local happenings. It is only published on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays.
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