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The Sierra Madre News is the longest, continuous running newspaper in the City of Sierra Madre. It was published from October 1906 to June 1999. The newspaper was published by R. T. Cowles and yearly subscriptions cost $1.50. Successive editors include: C.W. Hill, George Morgridge, L.R. Goshorn. Clifford C. Ward, Peter Ward, Edgar W. Jenkinson, William F. Thomas, Ed E. Herwig, R. Robert Evans, Jannene G. Reed, and Michael De Wees. The paper was printed with a hand press, and then a two-revolution cylinder press, and starting in 1947 a 52-inch Miehle flat bed double revolution press, and finally using the offset method.
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