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    Palisadian Post newspaper online

    About Palisadian Post English online newspaper : Palisadian Post newspaper is English language newspaper in USA. It was started in May 4, 1928. It was Published in Pacific Palisades, California, United states. Format of this paper is Online.

    Geolocation: USA California

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    Country USA California
    Language English
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    More about Palisadian Post newspaper : The Palisadian-Post (Pacific Palisades, California) is a weekly subscription journal released by the Pacific Palisades Post every Thursday. Founded in 1928, the Palisadian Post is currently the property for Palesadian Alan Smolinisky, who was created and raised in the Pacific Palisades. The editor-in-chief of this paper is John Harlow, a reporter of extensive local and global journalism backgrounds, and the journalist who is currently a member of the company. Methodists migrating to the west established the Pacific Palisades in early 1922. In September 1924 a monthly newsletter, known as the "Progress," was published by Thomas R. Gettys by the newly emerging Methodist governing body Pacific Palisades Association. The slogan "Where the mountains meet the sea" was put on the market for each problem, along with local church and personal products and recent property sales, in a city.