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You may obtain older news stories not found in the Internet archive through microfilm copies of the newspaper (1857-date) at several area libraries, including the Sacramento Public Library Central Branch, California State Library, University of California, Davis Library, and California State University, Sacramento Library. Duplication or distribution of archival material is strictly prohibited
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