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Question 1: The Telegraph (Macon) (________) – acquired 2006 in Knight Ridder purchase
Columbus, GeorgiaMacon, GeorgiaWarner Robins, GeorgiaBibb County, Georgia

Question 2: Sun News (________) – acquired 2006 in Knight Ridder purchase
Florence, South CarolinaMyrtle Beach, South CarolinaNorth Myrtle Beach, South CarolinaHorry County, South Carolina

Question 3: Fort Worth Star-Telegram (________) – acquired 2006 in Knight Ridder purchase
Fort Worth, TexasDenton, TexasDallasAustin, Texas

Question 4: In its first moves outside its home state, McClatchy bought the Anchorage Daily News in ________, and the Tri-City Herald in Kennewick, Washington.
Fairbanks, AlaskaAnchorage, AlaskaJuneau, AlaskaSeward, Alaska

Question 5: The Kansas City Star (________) – acquired 2006 in Knight Ridder purchase
Kansas City, MissouriKansas City Metropolitan AreaSt. Louis, MissouriIndependence, Missouri

Question 6: ________. http://select.nytimes.com/gst/abstract.html?res=F50817FB3B550C718DDDAA0894DE404482&n=Top%2fReference%2fTimes%20Topics%2fPeople%2fS%2fSorkin%2c%20Andrew%20Ross.
International Herald TribuneThe Boston GlobeThe New York TimesThe New York Times Company

Question 7: The Charlotte Observer (________) – acquired 2006 in Knight Ridder purchase
Charlotte metropolitan areaDurham, North CarolinaRaleigh, North CarolinaCharlotte, North Carolina

Question 8: The News & Observer (________) – acquired 1995
Raleigh, North CarolinaCharlotte, North CarolinaDurham, North CarolinaWake County, North Carolina

Question 9: The Herald (Bradenton) (________) – acquired 2006 in Knight Ridder purchase
Bradenton, FloridaLongboat Key, FloridaHolmes Beach, FloridaAnna Maria, Florida

Question 10: In 1990, McClatchy acquired three dailies in ________: The Herald in Rock Hill, The Island Packet in Hilton Head, and The Beaufort Gazette of Beaufort.
North CarolinaNew JerseySouth CarolinaGeorgia (U.S. state)
















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