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 Lisa Seiser
Founded 1911
Headquarters 1310 S. Commerce
Harlingen, Texas, 78550, U.S.
Circulation 14,883 daily
16,428 Sunday[1]
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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