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What Happens When a Town Loses Its Newspaper?

Original post made by Community courtesy on Mar 23, 2009

Dear Dolores,

You and your readers should read this important TIME article.

Please read this article: Web Link

As our bay area faces less news in print and more dominance by other than local daily newspapers, we must ask what happens when our unique towns, cities and communities in the greater bay area lose their primary newspapers?

Hal, as a community courtesy

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