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Mercury News: ‘We have not stolen anyone’s newsracks’

WHAT THE PALO ALTO DAILY POST REPORTS IN TODAY’S PRINT EDITION: BY ANGELA RUGGIERO Daily Post Staff Writer About 30 missing newspaper racks, including several belonging to the Daily Post, were discovered yesterday in the back lot of the Mercury News building in San Jose. Racks belonging to the Post, Metro, SF Weekly and USA … Read More
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