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"Bradford" was dropped from the title in the 1930s, when the paper's circulation area spread across much of West Yorkshire.At one time it had branch offices in nine towns across the region, as well as an office in Morecambe, the Lancashire coastal resort to which many Bradfordians went to retire.At its height the paper's daily sale exceeded 130,000. Thirty-six years ago a new wing with a skin of dark glass was added to house the printing presses, and these machines can be seen through the windows from the street.
The club’s chairman Jon Ferguson said: “Finding 29 coins in Lancashire is unheard of.
The Telegraph & Argus is owned by Newsquest, the third largest publisher of regional newspapers in the United Kingdom, which is owned by the American media empire Gannett.
Perry Austin-Clarke was editor from 1992 to 2017, making him the paper's longest-serving editor.
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