The Sullivan Review, Sullivan County's weekly newspaper, is located in historic downtown Dushore. Founded in 1878 and purchased by the Shoemaker family in 1966, The Sully is now in its 45th year as a Shoemaker family enterprise.
The newspaper office is located in the two-story red and white building that was constructed at the turn of the century for the Dushore Fire Company. The Sullivan Review Print Shop is located across Water Street in the former Cole's Hardware building.
The Sullivan Review newspaper is available each Wednesday and has a circulation of approximately 7,000. Subscribers hail from as far away as Alaska and from many states around the country, and include vacationers, hunters, college students, and members of the military.
Yearly subscription rates are: $31.00 for Sullivan County, $40.00 for elsewhere in Pennsylvania, and $45.00 for out-of-state. Newsstand price is 75 cents a copy.
The Sullivan Review has a large selection of maps on hand, including county highway and topographical maps and Loyalsock Trail maps. Also for sale are local history books on lumbering, logging and railroads. Mail orders are available. The Print Shop offers custom business and personal printing. To subscribe, for advertising rates, or for print shop information contact us at:
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