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The Fresno Bee is the daily newspaper serving Fresno, California and surrounding counties in the state's San Joaquin Valley. It is owned by The McClatchy Company and ranks fourth in circulation among the company's newspapers. Jump to: navigation, search Fresno is the county seat of Fresno County, California. ... The eight-county San Joaquin Valley is the part of the Central Valley of California that lies south of the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta in Stockton. ... The McClatchy Company NYSE: MNI is an American publishing company based in Sacramento, California that operates a number of newspapers and websites. ...

Carlos McClatchy founded The Fresno Bee in 1922. He was the son of C.K. McClatchy, longtime editor and guiding owner of The Sacramento Bee. The two Central Valley newspapers were closely linked by family ownership and editorial philosophy and formed the core of what grew into The McClatchy Company. In 1926, the McClatchys purchased an older Fresno newspaper, The Republican. The Fresno Republican had been founded in 1876, by Dr. Chester A. Rowell and a group of investors that included inventor and entrepreneur Frank Dusy. In 1932, The Bee took over the subcription lists of The Fresno Republican and merged the newspapers. C.K. McCatchy may refer to either of two prominent California newspaper executives. ... The Sacramento Bee is a daily newspaper published in Sacramento, California. ... The McClatchy Company NYSE: MNI is an American publishing company based in Sacramento, California that operates a number of newspapers and websites. ... Entrepreneur Frank Dusy was among the founders of Selma, California and a co-inventor of the Fresno Scraper, the basis of most modern earth-moving machinery. ...

The paper launched its website in 1996; in November 2005, the paper integrated its online operations into the paper's other departments. The Bee was following the example of The New York Times and other newspapers hoping to combine the creative strengths of the worlds of digital and print journalism. Jump to: navigation, search 1996 is a leap year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar, and was designated the International Year for the Eradication of Poverty. ...

External links

  • Official website
  • Fresno Bee Latest to Merge Online, Print Units, a November 2005 article from Editor & Publisher

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