The Fairfield Echo was a weekly broadsheet newspaper founded in Fairfield, Ohio. It was owned by Cox Enterprises until the company ceased publication of the Echo in January, 2013. The paper covered Fairfield and Fairfield Township in Butler County.The Echo was established on September 7, 1956, nearly a year after Fairfield became a city (October 1955).

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  • The Fairfield Echo was a weekly broadsheet newspaper founded in Fairfield, Ohio. It was owned by Cox Enterprises until the company ceased publication of the Echo in January, 2013. The paper covered Fairfield and Fairfield Township in Butler County.The Echo was established on September 7, 1956, nearly a year after Fairfield became a city (October 1955). (en)
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  • January, 2013
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  • Tom and Dorothy Logsdon
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  • Weekly newspaper
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  • The Fairfield Echo was a weekly broadsheet newspaper founded in Fairfield, Ohio. It was owned by Cox Enterprises until the company ceased publication of the Echo in January, 2013. The paper covered Fairfield and Fairfield Township in Butler County.The Echo was established on September 7, 1956, nearly a year after Fairfield became a city (October 1955). (en)
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  • Fairfield Echo (en)
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  • Fairfield Echo (en)
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