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Asotin County Newspapers

Asotin County Sentinel
, in 1883, D. B. Pettijohn and J. H. Ginder bought the Pataha Spirit, formerly owned by Dr. J. S. Denison and on October 12, moved the plant and issued the Asotin Spirit to boom the new town and to advocate the division of Garfield County. T. M. E. Shank secured the paper in 1884 and changed its name to Sentinel. Editors and proprietors changed frequently until September 25, 1891, when I. S. Waldrip & Son sold to Al Stiffel, one of the former proprietors. (History of Southeastern Washington, pages 820-821.)


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