Valley Morning Star

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Valley Morning Star
Type Daily newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Owner(s) AIM Media Texas
Publisher Lilia Castillo Jones
Editor Marci Caltabiano-Ponce
Founded 1911
Headquarters 1310 S. Commerce
Harlingen, Texas, 78550, U.S.
Circulation 14,883 daily
16,428 Sunday[1]
Official website valleymorningstar.com

The Valley Morning Star, established in 1911, is an American newspaper published in Harlingen, Texas.[2] In 1938, The New York Times reported on a printer's strike at the newspaper that was organized by the Typographical Union.[3] In 1951, the newspaper was bought by Raymond C. Hoiles.[4] In 2012, Freedom Communications papers in Texas were sold to AIM Media Texas.[5]

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