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Denver Post News Archives

Search the NewsBank online archive for Denver Post stories back to June, 1989. The archive includes staff-written articles, obituaries and editorials but does not include stories from wire services and syndicates; photographs, graphics or charts; sports statistics; stock market tables; weather information or or any ads. Searches are free, and you will receive a list of matching articles. Each listing includes the headline, date of publication and the beginning of the article. There’s a $2.95 fee if you want to get the full text of an article on your screen.

The Post’s archive generally does not include Associated Press articles that you may have seen in the printed paper. It also does not include print articles from other syndicates or wire services.

Denver Post Photo Reprints

To order reprints of Denver Post staff photos for personal use, go here: Use the search box to locate a photo; click the ‘Buy This Photo’ button to start an order. If you cannot locate a photo, email to request assistance. To license or republish a Denver Post photo in a book, documentary video or other media, please contact our vendor, Getty Images. Go to to make a request. Fees vary. Only Post staff photos are available for reprint.

Recent newspapers / Back Issues

Contact and sales information for Denver Post back issues.

Old Denver Post Newspapers

The entire Post from present to 1895 is available on microfilm at the Western History section of the Denver Public Library’s Main Branch in downtown Denver. Their phone number is 720-865-1821. For the Denver Post going back to 1978, local libraries across Colorado may have microfilm copies. Consult the reference department at your local branch.