It started on 3 July 1872 by Olaus Arvesen, who had been fired as editor of the conservative newspaper Hamar Stiftstidende. He remained editor until 1906, and supported the Liberal Party. It was published twice a week, from 1879 three days and from 1889 six days a week.
After Arvesen left the editor chair, the newspaper shifted towards the right (Coalition Party, later Liberal Left Party). In other words Oplandenes Avis coverged with Hamar Stiftstidende, and in March 1916 editor of the latter Erling Bühring-Dehli asked Oplandenes Avis editor Johannes Martens if he wanted to sell his newspaper. Martens agreed, and after a while Oplandenes Avis came with its last issue on 30 June 1916.
- ^ a b c Ovlien, Lars; Søberg, Einar (2010). "Oplandenes Avis". In Flo, Idar (in Norwegian). Norske aviser fra A til Å. Volume four of Norsk presses historie 1660–2010. Oslo: Universitetsforlaget. p. 261. ISBN 978-82-15-01604-7.
- ^ a b Ovlien, Lars; Søberg, Einar (2010). "Hamar Stiftstidende". In Flo, Idar (in Norwegian). Norske aviser fra A til Å. Volume four of Norsk presses historie 1660–2010. Oslo: Universitetsforlaget. p. 157. ISBN 978-82-15-01604-7.
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