What Is the Circulation of the Jamestown Post-Journal?

The Jamestown Post-Journal has a circulation of more than 20,000 newspapers. It is a conservative daily local newspaper that covers the area around Jamestown, New York, in Chautauqua County.

The first issue of the Jamestown Post-Journal was published 189 years ago by a man named Adolphus Fletcher when the population of Jamestown was only 400. The Jamestown Post-Journal is owned by Ogden Newspapers, Inc, as of 2015. Its neighboring sister publications are the Warren Times-Observer and the Dunkirk Observer. Several options are available for those who wish to subscribe to the Jamestown Post-Journal, including seven-day home delivery and Sunday delivery.