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The Dennison Observer is a newspaper published daily in Dennison, Sierra (Federal States). It is one of the top-read newspapers in the country, certainly in the state and the west. The observer publishes Monday to Saturday, with the Weekend Observer being published on Sunday. The Observer has been based out of Observer Plaza in Dennison since 1947.
The Dennison Daily Observer was founded in 1866 as the second newspaper in the city by Charles Germain Wright. The Observer was aimed at rivaling the more conservative Dennison City Post, and used a lot more sensational articles and headlines to grab attention, while taking away from the journalistic seriousness.
In 1923 the Observer took over the Post, and continued publishing both papers until stopping printing of the Post in 1927.
The Weekend Observer (until 2005 the Sunday Observer) is the Sunday edition of the newspaper.
The newspaper has been based at Observer Plaza (11th Avenue and Newton St. North) since 1947, when construction of the building was completed. Prior to then, it occupied the old Observer Building on Fairborn Avenue, across from Union Station; this building no longer exists. The building was design with large glass windows, and at the time was the most modern building in the city, with most being turn of the century and art deco structures.