The Sandy Post

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The Sandy Post is a weekly newspaper, published in Sandy, Oregon, United States. The paper, founded in 1937, serves the communities of Sandy, Boring, the Villages at Mount Hood and the surrounding areas. The newspaper is owned by Community Newspapers/Pamplin Media Group, a company of Robert B. Pamplin, Jr.[1] Pamplin acquired the Post from Lee Enterprises (Davenport, Iowa) in 2000.[2]

The newspaper is the primary newspaper published in Sandy and the special districts in the Mount Hood Corridor between Boring and Government Camp.

Mark Garber is the newspaper's current publisher and vice president of Community Newspapers. Steve Brown is the newspaper's current editor/general manager. Jim Hart covers the city of Sandy government, Clackamas County government, business news in Boring and Sandy, news features, crime news, police log, fire calls and breaking news.

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  1. ^ "The Sandy Post". Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association. Retrieved July 31, 2012. 
  2. ^ Tomlinson, Stuart (November 12, 2000). "Millionaire buys four more news operations". The Sunday Oregonian, p. B8.

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