Ahora Utah, the weekly Spanish-language newspaper produced by The Salt Lake Tribune, will cease publication Thursday.
"Essentially, it is the challenging economic environment. We had readers. We didn't quite have the advertising support we needed to keep going," Deputy Editor Tim Fitzpatrick said Tuesday.
Ahora Utah was established in May 2008. Close to 11,000 copies of the publication were distributed free of charge each week through street boxes in Davis, Salt Lake and Utah counties and in Park City.
One employee will be laid off.
Ahora Utah is owned by MediaOne of Utah, which is jointly owned by The Tribune and the Deseret News. MediaOne handles printing, advertising and circulation functions for the two newspapers.
The Tribune is owned by Denver-based MediaNews Group. The News is owned by the LDS Church.
Earlier this month, The Tribune laid off nine newsroom employees as it continued to face weak advertising revenue and falling print circulation.