The Wisconsin Newspaper Association’s database provides access to its 235 daily and weekly member-newspapers. Newspaper content is available from April 2005 with a 90 day embargo period. Provided by Badgerlink
Index to the Stevens Point Journal via Newspapers.com. Free search of the SPJ archives. A subscription is needed to access the articles online, but the newspaper is available on microfilm in the UWSP archives.
This index attempts to provide comprehensive coverage of campus life, opinion, and local events. Feature stories, letters to the editor, and the Pointer poll are fully indexed. Only division level or championship sporting events are indexed. Current issues (current school year only) of the Pointer are shelved in the Current Periodicals area on the 2nd floor of the University Library. Issues from 1895 on are in University Archives on the 5th floor.
Historical Newspaper Databases of Broader Interests at UWSP
Search and Access PDF Full-text Articles from Major Newspapers:
Provides comprehensive indexing, full text and images for articles since its launch in 1851. Includes editorials, letters to the editor, obituaries, birth and marriage announcements, photos, and advertisements. More recent years are available through Newspaper Source Plus.
Primary source materials from 18th and 19th Century Publications. Includes eyewitness accounts of historical events, descriptions of daily life, editorial observations, advertisements, and genealogical information.
Historically significant 18th, 19th- and 20th-century newspapers including big-city dailies, regional publications. Includes William Lloyd Garrison's The Liberator, and the North Star founded by Frederick Douglass; aka Early American Newspapers.
An index to the most popular general-interest periodicals published in the United States, reflecting the history of 20th century America. A source for locating television, theater, film, and book reviews for older works.
Provides links to the Web versions of 65 US newspapers from 29 states and their full text, online back files. Some of the archives go back to the '80s, but most are from the '90s. Searching is free, but articles are $1.00 per item (some are free). Providing links to archives makes this news service unique.