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Publisher: Your West Valley News: Local news from Phoenix's West Valley communities - Sun City West, Sun City Grand, Surprise, Glendale, Peoria, El Mirage, Youngtown
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    Publisher: Your West Valley News: Local news from Phoenix's West Valley communities - Sun City West, Sun City Grand, Surprise, Glendale, Peoria, El Mirage, Youngtown
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    About Northwest Valley Newspapers Northwest Valley Newspapers is the region's most widely circulated and best read local newspapers. Newspapers it circulates are read by 250,000 residents of Peoria, Glendale, Sun Cities, Surprise, Youngtown and El Mirage. Northwest Valley Newspapers includes the Daily News-Sun, serving the area's retirement communities, Northwest Valley News, serving Arrowhead and northern Glendale/Peoria, and Surprise Today, which covers all of Surprise, including Sun City Grand. The newspapers' mission is entirely local. The Daily News-Sun is full of news and features designed for retirees ranging from Baby Boomers through the Greatest Generation. Surprise Today is the local newspaper for Arizona's fastest-growing city. And Northwest Valley News chronicles the lives, education, government and lifestyle of people and businesses in Arrowhead Ranch, Fletcher Heights, Westbrook Village, the Bell Road Corridor and emerging north Peoria. The newspapers emerged in 1956 from humble beginnings of two mimeographed pages in Youngtown to become the only local daily newspaper serving the West Valley suburbs of metropolitan Phoenix and the most widely circulated papers in the Northwest Valley. Here is a timeline of the Northwest Valley Newspapers' history: 1956 - Two mimeographed pages of news are published by Marshal Adams as the Youngtown News. Youngtown is the brainchild of Ben Schleifer, one of the first developers to see the possibilities of communities populated entirely by senior citizens. The Youngtown Historical Society keeps a few copies of these earliest issues at Clubhouse Square. 1957 - The Youngtown News changes to a twice-monthly publication, professionally typeset on a small tabloid size. The paper begins publishing photographs. Adams takes on partner Sydney Lambert.
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