The Courier and The Findlay Publishing Company, has a robust and vibrant publishing history. The Courier, now over 175 years old and Findlay’s oldest surviving business, has been in continuous existence since Jacob Rosenberg published the first edition of The Findlay Courier on November 10, 1836. Although The Findlay Courier was the area’s first newspaper, it faced stiff competition from other local papers for almost 100 years. One such newspaper was The Republican, which was owned by The Findlay Publishing Company and began daily publication in 1886. Surviving competition from the other newspapers that came and went, The Republican and The Courier came under common ownership when The Findlay Publishing Company purchased The Courier in 1926.
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