Offices of Yuma Sun
The Morning Sun was first published in 1896; in 1935, it merged with the Arizona Sentinel (founded in 1872) to become the Yuma Morning Sun.
Cox Enterprises acquired complete ownership of the Sun in 1984; Cox went on to sell its Arizona papers to Thomson Newspapers in 1996. Thomson sold the Arizona papers to Freedom Communications in 2000. In 2013, Rhode Island Suburban Newspapers acquired the Yuma Sun and the Porterville Recorder from Freedom Communications.
- John Gattuso (ed.), Arizona and the Grand Canyon, Langenscheidt Publishing Group, 2002, p. 311 
- John Howells, Choose the Southwest for Retirement, 3rd: Retirement Discoveries for Every Budget, Globe Pequot, 2000, p. 80 
- Adrienne Florence Muzzy, Ulrich's international periodicals directory, Volume 5, New York, New York: R.R. Bowker Company, 1998, p. 10931 
- Mondo Newspapers circulation Archived June 23, 2010, at the Wayback Machine.
- Arizona: a State guide, North American Book Dist LLC, 1940, p. 128
- [news.google.com/newspapers?id=Y7tLAAAAIBAJ&sjid=eVADAAAAIBAJ&pg=4805,737210 Cox buys rest of Sun Publishing]
- Cox Acquires Two North Carolina Newspapers
- Freedom Buys Thomson's Newspapers In State
- Yuma Sun under new ownership[permanent dead link]
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