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    Santa Barbara News Press newspaper online

    About Santa Barbara News Press English online newspaper : Santa Barbara News Press newspaper is English language newspaper in USA. It was started in May 30, 1868. It was Published in Santa Barbara, California , United States. Format of this paper is Broadsheet.

    Geolocation: USA California

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    Country USA California
    Language English
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    More about Santa Barbara News Press newspaper : The Santa Barbara Newspaper was started on May 30th, 1868. The Santa Barbara Post was made available in Santa Barbara, California, and it ultimately became the Morning Press, which was purchased from Thomas M. Storske in 1932 and combined to create the Santa Barbara Newspaper with his journal, the Santa Barbara news. The Spanish founders of Santa Barbara gave the paper a prominent local rancher and booster Storke a prominent place. His dad Charles A. Storke ran the editorial pages for many years, and Charles A. Storke II, his son from 1932-60, had the oversight of activities. In the year 1962, T. "For his powerful publishing, which draws public interest in a semi-secret organisation known to be the John Birch Society" the winner of M. Storke's Pulitzer Publishing Prize. His kids, however, were not interested in keeping running the paper.