Rome News-Tribune

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Rome News-Tribune
Type Daily newspaper[1]
Owner(s) Times-Journal Inc.
Publisher Otis Raybon[2]
Founded 1843[3]
Headquarters 305 East 6th Avenue, Rome, Georgia, USA
Website Rome News Tribune

Rome News-Tribune is the local daily newspaper of Rome, Georgia, in the United States. Begun originally as a weekly newspaper, the paper has survived several merges with other newspapers. Aside from several months during the Civil War, the paper has been published continuously since 1843.[3] It was owned by the Mooney family from 1928 to 2015, when it and its sister weekly papers were sold in a bankruptcy auction to the parent of the Marietta Daily Journal.[5]

Notable former writers


  • 2007 New Frontier Award
  • 2006 Ron Autry Award


  1. ^ News Publishing Company – History
  2. ^ a b Editorial Department Rome News-Tribune
  3. ^ a b Cox, Calvin; Grimes, Millard B. (1985). The last linotype: the story of Georgia and its newspapers since World War II. Macon, GA: Mercer University Press. p. 403. ISBN 0-86554-190-6.
  4. ^ Rome News-Tribune Newseum
  5. ^ Marietta Daily Journal has successful bid for Rome newspaper group

External links

  • Rome News-Tribune

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