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The Arizona Republic
The center-right Arizona Republic is the foremost newspaper in the city of Phoenix, Arizona (466,926 circ.) and the U.S. state of Arizona.
It is owned by Gannett, one of the larger U.S. newspaper chains
Over the years, the newspaper changed its name and its views on race. During the mid-1990s, the newspaper merged with Phoenix's other large newspaper, The Phoenix Gazette . Also during the 1990s, it gave much coverage to the boxing career of Michael Carbajal, a Mexican-American fighter. During the 2000s, The Arizona Republic has followed the career of another Mexican-American boxer, Jesus Gonzales, very closely. In addition, the newspaper has Hispanic writers such as Mark Armijo and Richard Ruelas , as well as some important black writers.
Oone of Arizona's most well known sports writers, Norm Frauenheim, works at this newspaper
- Arts and Leisure
- News (first section)
- The Rep (on thursdays only)
- Travel (on sundays only)
- Valley scene
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