Respected Small-Town Paper Struggles to Survive

SF Weekly | December 14, 2004
The Point Reyes Light is among the nation's most respected small-town papers, having won the 1979 Pulitzer Prize for public service for its work in exposing the Synanon cult. But the inheritance money Editor/Publisher Dave Mitchell used to keep the weekly alive is running out.

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