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April 22, 1992 | EDWARD J. BOYER
After an explosion and fire knocked out electrical power in their West Covina building Tuesday, 55 editorial and production staffers from the San Gabriel Valley Publishing Co.'s three newspapers packed up their editions in progress and dashed to downtown Los Angeles, where they published using Times facilities. "The whole operation moved here," said company President George Hoyt as he oversaw production in The Times' composing room. "This will be a memorable night for our staff."
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April 22, 1992 | EDWARD J. BOYER
After an explosion and fire knocked out electrical power in their West Covina building Tuesday, 55 editorial and production staffers from the San Gabriel Valley Publishing Co.'s three newspapers packed up their editions in progress and dashed to downtown Los Angeles, where they published using Times facilities. "The whole operation moved here," said company President George Hoyt as he oversaw production in The Times' composing room. "This will be a memorable night for our staff."
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April 14, 1994
The newspaper group that publishes the Pasadena Star-News and San Gabriel Valley Tribune announced this week that it wants an unspecified number of its 783 employees to take buyouts so the company can save money. Officials with the San Gabriel Valley Publishing Co. declined to say how many positions they want to cut. Company spokeswoman Jan Berk said the number "is not that significant" and will vary according to the salaries of those who volunteer to leave.
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