Choteau Acantha

Newspaper
The Choteau Acantha weekly newspaper was originally established on September 15, 1894 in Dupuyer, Montana, a small rural community some 30-plus miles north of Choteau. The newspaper was established a year after Teton County was carved out of the much larger Chouteau County region. Three communities, Choteau, Bynum and Dupuyer, vied for the honor of hosting the county seat, and the Acantha's original publishers were convinced Dupuyer should be the county seat. They editorialized in favor of their community to no avail. By popular election, Choteau was the overwhelming choice. Ten years later, the Dupuyer Acantha moved to Choteau and became the Choteau Acantha. The newspaper has now been published continuously for the past 119 years. Source

Scope Local
Language English
Country United States of America
Media Market ? Great Falls
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Frequency ? Weekly
Days Published Wed