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We want to help you continue doing
business. Tell us your challenges, your
needs and your message.
The Capital Journal team is focused
on developing appropriate marketing
solutions to help you, including online,
print, email and social marketing
solutions available at significantly
reduced rates with higher frequency of
As we work and implement solutions
with other local businesses, let us be
your guide through a difficult time.
Call Advertising Supervisor, Julie Furchner, for solutions (605) 224-7301 ext. 142
The Capital Journal 333 W. Dakota Ave., Pierre, SD • P: (605) 224-7301
The Capital Journal
The Capital Journal has been the official printed record of Hughes and Stanley counties since 1881 and currently has 7,000 daily readers. We publish Monday through Friday mornings, except on major holidays. The paper is printed on our premises at 333 W. Dakota Ave, Pierre, SD.
We are a dedicated group of newspaper professionals comprised of local journalists, press and production professionals and sales associates, all committed to delivering a quality community newspaper to our readers each morning. We strive to provide the most up-to-date information available in the communities we serve.
Each Wednesday, we also publish the Reminder Plus which has nearly 40,000 readers. This publication is available free of charge.
In 2006, the Capital Journal went through a major redesign, including press upgrades and significant capital improvements, following its purchase by Wick Communications in Sierra Vista, Arizona. The pages were redesigned again in 2019.
Wick Communications is a group of family owned community newspapers with 30 newspapers and specialty publications in 13 states.
The Capital Journal is published Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday with more than 7,000 readers.
www.capjournal.com features most of the content from the newspaper online. It averages 250,000 unique visitors a month.
Reminder Plus Each Wednesday, we also publish the Reminder Plus which has nearly 40,000 readers. This publication is available free of charge.