Lake Tahoe Tribune becomes non-daily

The Tahoe Daily Tribune moved from printing five days a week to three days yesterday (February 2). The cost of newsprint and decreasing ad revenues because of the national economy were reasons for the move.

It will be published on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays instead of the current schedule of Monday through Friday. (E&P)

It started as a paid weekly in 1958 and moved to a free daily schedule in 2007. Scripps bought the paper in 1963. In 1975 it was acquired by Reno-based Swift Newspapers, now Swift Communications.

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