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Author: DrtThrwingMonkey Big gold star, 5000 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 214602  
Subject: Re: How to revive newspapers Date: 3/7/2013 6:04 PM
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If Knoxville is too big then so is Omaha, only more so.


Yes, I suspect it is. Maybe Omaha gets special treatment. It would be interesting to see what is the population of the various Berkshire papers. I am encouraged that I have never heard of some of the places listed on p.108. For instance, what state are the following places (cities?) located in?

Hickory
Kearney
Dothan
Opalica
Danville
Culpeper


I haven't done the whole list (I'm trying to preserve the illusion of having a life), but those ones (admittedly the harder sounding ones, i.e. smaller) have populations of 40,000, 31,000, 66,000, 26,000, 43,000, and 17,000, respectively. So far, I am encouraged.

Regards, DTM
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