A privately owned news publication that is based in Agenstrath, but reports on national as well as some global current events. The publication was originally started in Optilocus, but relocated to Argenstrath for financial reasons in the mid-19th century.
The popularity of the publication declined as more competitors arose, such as the Ticking Clock, however they still maintain a steady, loyal readership both in Antiford and a few surrounding countries.
Their journalism was distinguished through two major stories which set them apart from their competition. In 1877 they covered in-depth the serial homicides in Argenstrath, which remain unsolved to this day, and they were the first and primary news source for the wildly popular trial of Ryan Holme in 1880.