America's News, LexisNexis, and Newspaper Source Plus provide full-text articles from thousands of newspapers. Search them using their native interfaces or search OneSearch and then refine the search by clicking "Newspaper Articles."
This group of resources includes individual local and major national newspapers plus information about print indexes.
Did you find an article you'd like read, but don't know if the library owns the journal? Enter the journal title below to find the full text.
The majority of the Library's newspaper holdings are in microfilm format. The microfilm machines will print the articles you need or convert them to pdf files that can be saved on a flash drive or emailed as an attachment. Pdf files can be viewed on computers using Adobe Reader, which has a useful magnification feature.
Newspaper Holdings List (Reference Desk): This binder was put together by Eli M. Oboler Library staff and is a valuable finding aid to the newspapers on microfilm held by the library. Included are title and city alphabetical lists and an account of the "miscellaneous" Idaho newspaper microfilm. Copies of these finding aids are also available in the microfilm area.