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Modesto Bee keeps locals in the loop with breaking news, fun features, sports recaps, and more. Contained within the pages of this mystic tome are more than $19,000 worth of coupons per year, and while curiosity-cravers can use the thousands of classified ads to stay on top of job listings, adoptable pets, housing vacancies, and used, slightly haunted Beta Max players. Whether reading about the triumphant Horatio Alger tales of the valley's artisanal cheesemongers or catching up on high-school pigskin playoffs, the Modesto Bee leaves subscribers brimming with more regional knowledge than a county alderman who has just eaten an entire Trivial Pursuit game board.
Since its first incarnation as the Daily Evening News in 1884, the Modesto Bee has informed readers about local news, politics, and business with in-depth publications each day. Reporters cover stories from across the Central Valley, from high-school sports to municipal elections, keeping readers abreast of the issues with print editions and digital formats.