The last daily print edition of The Salt Lake Tribune has been delivered to homes throughout the state.
Starting on Sunday, we will transition to a weekend edition that will be home-delivered to most subscribers. Read our big investigations. Check out the Bagley cartoon. Do the crossword.
It won’t be exactly the same. And we hope you think it is better. We are proud of our new weekly edition, which will be more robust. The first section will be all local news and a separate section will cover our nation and our world. We’ll bring you the best sports analysis, along with an expanded opinion section. We’ll offer engaging feature stories in The Mix and a weekly Spaces, or real estate, section.
We assure you that our commitment to the news hasn’t wavered. And we are here to help you navigate any subscription questions you may have. You can reach us at email@example.com or call at 801-237-2900.
On Friday, subscribers will receive an e-edition, or a facsimile of the printed Tribune in electronic form, through email, online at sltrib.com or on your Salt Lake Tribune app. (Not sure how this works? There is more information below.)
The e-edition is available six days a week, or every day but Saturday.
On Saturday, we continue to update sltrib.com throughout the day. Subscribers always have full and free access to our website and the live updates on our mobile app.
If the e-edition is new to you, here’s what you should know: The e-edition is a digital replica of a printed paper. You get the experience of thumbing through the paper without the ink stain. It goes live early each morning and is available for 30 days. We send an email to subscribers with a link to the e-edition and it is available through the app that you can download on your smartphone or tablet. We soon will have a Kindle app available.
We offer a sincere thanks to all who worked at the printing presses in West Valley City and to the carriers who helped deliver The Tribune for so many years. They have been vital to our organization, and we are grateful for their commitment.
The Tribune is community owned and community supported. We are here to work in service to you and our state. We take this role seriously. As our masthead now proclaims, we are guided by truth, empowerment and community. Thank you for supporting us.