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    The Carmel Pine Cone newspaper online

    About The Carmel Pine Cone English online newspaper : The Carmel Pine Cone newspaper is English language newspaper in USA. It gives news on politics, headines, flash flash news, kids news, national related news, local news, international related news, tourism news, news on business articles , entertainment related news, editorials, health & beauty news, International business news, Top stories, events, study news.

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    More about The Carmel Pine Cone newspaper : Carmel Pine Cone is a weekly paper in the City of Carmel, Carmel Valley and the County of Monterey in central California, which also serves the town of Carmel and the sea. A PDF of the print journal is also accessible online weekly, despite its lack of digital presence.It was established by William Overstreet in 1915, who in the first 4 page edition declared, "We will stay here!"Overstreet sold paper to J.A. in 1926. This is an example of this. In 1926 Perry Newberry was the writer and activist who edited the Pine Cone and effectively went to the post of mayor. By 1929 members from the local arts community were simultaneously elected to the Carmel Council and the city zoning ordinance 96, most notably approved, was intended to protect the prosperous artists ' colony from unchecked development and marketing. Newberry was the co-publisher of the paper until 1935 when he sold it. Carmel's road, named after him, is "Perry Newberry."