Black Mountain News

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Black Mountain News
Type weekly newspaper
Format tabloid
Publisher Randy Hammer
Editor 14 O. Henry Avenue
Language English
Headquarters 14 O. Henry Avenue, Asheville, North Carolina  United States
Sister newspapers Asheville Citizen-Times, Haywood County News, News-Record & Sentinel, Pisgah Mountain News

Black Mountain News is a weekly newspaper based in Black Mountain, North Carolina.[1] The paper was founded in 1945 by James Clarence Cornelius and his brother-in-law, John Ealy, from Indianapolis, Indiana and was later purchased by Gordon Greenwood.[2]

In 1995, the Black Mountain News was purchased by Multimedia.[3] Later that year, Multimedia was acquired by Gannett.[4]


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