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San Bruno Herald began as an independent weekly newspaper in San Bruno, California in 1914 and continued publishing through the 1990s. The Herald was originally located in a small building at 624 San Mateo Avenue (next to the San Bruno Volunteer Fire Department), then it moved to a larger facility on the corner of Angus and Mastick avenues, and finally to a shared facility on San Mateo Avenue in South San Francisco.


The first editorial campaign of the Herald was to promote the incorporation of San Bruno, which was successful. It was published every Thursday morning, then distributed to homes and newsstands. For many years its publisher was A.I. Cloud (1904-1993), who also published two other weekly newspapers, the Recorder Progress, published every Wednesday morning, and the Coastside Chroncicle, published every Saturday morning.

In 1968, the combined circulation of the three newspapers was 50,000. The Herald eventually added a small Saturday edition. The longtime news editor was Jack Bik (1922-1984), who wrote most of the editorials and numerous feature stories. Its sports editor and principal photographer was Warren Wynkoop (1930-1976), who also hosted a program on KCSM in San Mateo. Wynkoop...
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