From the same location, the Hokubei Jiji (The North American Times) had been issued as a daily from 1902 until March 12, 1942.
From 1946 to the end of 1948 the North American Post was issued weekly and then started publishing three times a week. In March 1950, it increased to a daily issued five days a week. On March 20, 1981, the newspaper reduced its frequency to three times a week.
The publication continues today, in English and Japanese editions. It is published by T. Moriguchi and edited by V. Matsudaira.