How to Search the Archives of the Arizona Republic
By Edmund Lukavics
The Arizona Republic, the largest newspaper in Arizona, was founded in 1890 to oppose the favored political views of the time period. The newspaper has continued past its politically motivated origins to report on national, international and local news for more than 100 years. As time progressed and stories continued to accumulate, the Arizona Republic started to keep an archive of past stories, which includes all articles published since January 1999. The archive can be accessed online with the payment of a subscription fee, which ranges from $3.50 to $59.95 based on the subscription chosen.
Access the Arizona Republic online archives. See "Resources" for the direct link.
Type the keywords of the desired article or topic into the search box and click the "search" button.
Choose an appropriate link from the search results to view an archived article.
Edmund Lukavics has been writing professionally since 2009. He has served as the copy editor for the blog Hello Moon and has experience in the hotel and travel agency industries. Lukavics is pursuing an associate degree in information technology and website design from the University of Phoenix.