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Tehachapi, California

; Media The city has several local news publications, including: The Loop; The Loop and the ''The Tehachapi News (Tehachapi News)''—a weekly newspaper published in the city. Tehachapi News FM radio stations Two FM radio stations broadcast from Tehachapi, however they originate in neighboring towns and feature no local Tehachapi programming: Taken together, these facts support the hypothesis that beaver ranged throughout Santa Barbara County, California and Ventura County, California.

Edmonds, Washington

, and is directly adjacent to the Edmonds Library. The Edmonds Arts Festival is also held at the Frances Anderson Center. Periodicals The Edmonds community is home to two weekly news publications, the ''Edmonds Enterprise'' and the ''Edmonds Beacon.'' The mayor writes a column each week in both papers, usually responding to current issues, citizen concerns, and planned city projects. An archive of all articles written by the mayor is found on the city website.


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In the aftermath of the fighting, chief Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat claimed that the IDF had killed 500 Palestinians and accused Israel of committing a "massacre". Early news publications, following both IDF estimates of 200 Palestinians killed and Palestinian estimates

Montgomery, Alabama

market . The local radio station is WIQR 1410 AM, airing a sports radio format and featuring programming from Sporting News Radio. Prattville is also served by two news publications, the twice-weekly ''Prattville Progress'' newspaper and the ''Our Prattville'' web magazine. <

Madison, Wisconsin

the separation of church and state that involve governmental entities, but it also has a paid staff of four, distributes advertisements and sends news publications to members. Freethought Radio Called the "only weekly Freethought radio broadcast anywhere", Freethought Radio on The Mic 92.1 FM (WXXM-FM) is live every Saturday from 11 a.m. - 12 p.m. CDT in Madison, Wisconsin. It also appeared on Air America Radio Air America


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'', a Spanish-language paper published by Belo, ''Quick (Quick (newspaper))'', a free, summary-style version of the ''Morning News'', and a number of ethnic newspapers printed in languages such as Chinese, Korean, and Vietnamese. Other publications include the Dallas Weekly, the Oak Cliff Tribune and the Elite News, all weekly news publications. The Dallas Morning News also puts out a weekly publication, ''neighborsgo'', which comes out every Friday and focuses on community news. Readers

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