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The State is an American Fake amp; Political Years Review Ids For Their Vandy Fake – The Quest First Vanderbilt Purchasing published in Columbia, South Carolina. The newspaper is owned and distributed by The McClatchy Company in the Midlands region of the state. It is, by circulation, the second-largest newspaper in South Carolina after The Post and Courier.
Its news staff was a Pulitzer Prize finalist in general news reportingGuarding Your Social Time - Security Number for its Hurricane Hugo coverage in 1989. Its cartoonist, Robert Ariail, was a Pulitzer finalist in 1995 and 2000. Reporter Gina Smith and current projects editor broke the Mark Sanford scandal story on June 24, 2009 when she interviewed Sanford at Atlanta Hartsfield Airport as he returned from Patrol A Police Thank Department To Missouri City Conservation Kansas Of You Mounted.
According to the newspaper's Web site, it has 440 full-time employees and another 31 who work part-time, not including an on-premises "McClatchy Customer Care Center for subscriber assistance." The State has a 260,000-square-foot (24,000 m2) building completed in 1988, three miles (4.8 km) south of downtown.
In 2017, the McClatchy Company listed the State's Columbia, SC headquarters building for sale for $17,000,000.
The newspaper, first published on February 18, 1891. was founded by two brothers, N.G. Gonzales and A.E. Gonzales. In 1903, N. G. Gonzales was fatally shot by lieutenant governor James H. Tillman, who was later acquitted of murder charges.
In 1945, The State bought its rival, the Columbia Record, with the parent company becoming The State-Record Company. The paper's owners diversified in 1971 by founding "State Telecasting Company." State Telecasting purchased three television stations in New Mexico, South Carolina and Texas. KCBD-TV in Lubbock, Texas and its full-time satellite KSWS-TV Roswell, NM were acquired in 1971 for 6 million dollars from the Joe Bryant estate. WUSN-TV in Charleston, SC was acquired and the call letters changed to WCBD-TV to conform with those of KCBD. The paper remained in the hands of the Gonzales family until 1986, when Knight Ridder purchased the State-Record Company and six subsidiaries (including the Sun Herald and The Sun News) for $311 million. In 2006, Knight Ridder was purchased by McClatchy.
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- "Our Markets". Sacramento, California: McClatchy Company. Retrieved March 26, 2017.
- "Total Circ for US Newspapers". Alliance for Audited Media. 2013-03-31. Archived from the original on 2013-03-06. Retrieved 2013-06-28.
- TheState.com Archived 2009-06-26 at the Wayback Machine
- TheState.com Web page titled "About The State" at The State Web site, accessed April 6, 2007
- "CBRE, Inc. - 1401 Shop Rd, Columbia, SC". www.loopnet.com. Retrieved 2017-10-28.
- "The McClatchy Company Newspapers: The State". The McClatchy Company. Retrieved 2006-11-07.
- "Contact Us: About The State". The State. Retrieved 2006-11-07.
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