Paradise Post

The Paradise Post is a three times a week newspaper in Paradise, California. The newspaper is part of the MediaNews Group corporation. It was previously owned by Lowell Blankfort and Rebele Rowland, before selling the paper to Dean Singleton and MNG in 2003.

The publisher of the paper is Jim Gleim. The managing editor is Rick Silva. The paper's website is .

The paper has a circulation of about 7,000 and publishes Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. It was first published as the Paradise Post in 1947.

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