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    San Ramon Valley Times newspaper online

    About San Ramon Valley Times English online newspaper : San Ramon Valley Times newspaper is English language newspaper in USA. It displays news on sports , world wide news, current affairs, technology relaed news, breaking news , news gallery, market analysis news, Life style news, news on health, Environmental news, industrial related news, general news, news on celebrities, Travel news, news on fashion, special news.

    Geolocation: USA California

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    Language English
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    More about San Ramon Valley Times newspaper : Lesher passed away on May 13, 1993. The privately owned Knight Ridder news agency was purchased by his widow Margaret for $360 million on 29 August 1995. In June 2006, a deal valued at $4.5 billion, Knight Ridder was bought from the Sacramento-based McClatchy Company. On April 26, 2006, it was announced that MediaNews Group, now led by William Dean Singleton, could buy four of the "Orphan 12," including the Contra Costa Times and San Jose Mercury News, for $1 billion (now Digital First Media) and would send out twelve newspapers from one of the 32 journals it had acquired.