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    Irvine World News newspaper online

    About Irvine World News English online newspaper : Irvine World News newspaper is English language newspaper in USA. It is showing news on politics, headines, flash flash news, kids news, national related news, local news, international related news, tourism news, news on business articles , news on science, health & beauty news, news on crime, Top stories, events, Travel news, study news.

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    Country USA California
    Language English
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    More about Irvine World News newspaper : The Registry of Orange County is a paid journal released in California. Digital First Media owns the register, which was released in Anaheim. The journal was owned by Freedom Communications between 1935 and 2016. The Santa Ana Daily Register was established in 1905 by a consortium. It has been marketed to J.P. in 1906 & to J. Baumgartner. In 1927, Frank Burke. In 1935 Raymond C. Hoiles purchased it and renamed it Santa Ana Register, then in 1950, Freedom Communications, and reorganized its holdings as Freedom Papers, Inc. "Santa Ana" was thrown down by the journal in 1952. Circulation increased with the flourishing population of Orange County and added a morning edition in 1959 after the register