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    Redlands Daily Facts newspaper online

    About Redlands Daily Facts English online newspaper : Redlands Daily Facts newspaper is English language newspaper in USA. It was started in 1890. It was Published in Redlands, California, United states. Publisher of this paper is D-Books Publishing. Format of this paper is Online.

    Geolocation: USA California

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    Country USA California
    Language English
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    More about Redlands Daily Facts newspaper : The Redlands Daily Facts paper is a daily journal in the Redlands region of California. The Daily Facts is part of Digital First Media's Southern California News Group. Established in 1890, Donrey Media bought the paper in 1981. It now belongs to Digital First Media, which took control of Donrey's journal in 1999. The Redlands Daily Facts started as a semantic in 1890 and two years later were converted by owner Edgar F. Howe into a daily journal. Howe sold the shop in 1895, before Moore's death in 1899 to Capt. William G. Moore, who passed it over to his son Paul.