Boy, those Singleton folks really know how to bury the lede. Last week I noted a lack of candor in the Long Beach Press-Telegram story announcing a reorganization that included the loss of its publisher and managing editor (LABO). Now, Gary Scott points out a story in the San Bernardino Sun – another one of the MediaNews properties - that's headlined "Inland papers regroup." The story reports on a restructuring of the Inland Division of MN's Los Angeles Newspaper Group that includes The Sun, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin, Redlands Daily Facts, San Gabriel Valley Tribune, Pasadena Star-News and Whittier Daily News. "The reorganization," the story says, "will maximize operational efficiencies for all of the newspapers as well as position the company to grow revenues in the core products, new custom products and on the Internet, said division Publisher and CEO Fred H. Hamilton." Oh, and let's not forget that the reorganization included "the appointment of top division managers as well as the elimination of some positions at each property." That's as much as officially came out of the Inland papers, though at last check we heard that 10 newsroom positions were lost. In LANG-land, that's a huge deal. Well, perhaps not to Fred H. Hamilton.