New Year’s Eve marked the end of an era for the Salt Lake Tribune. On December 31, 2020, the Salt Lake Tribune printed its last daily edition of the nearly 150-year-old newspaper. Instead of a daily paper, the Salt Lake Tribune will print a weekly newspaper. Yesterday morning, Tribune subscribers in Salt Lake, Utah, Davis, Summit, Ogden, Logan, North Logan and Tooele counties and in the city of St. George received their first weekly newspapers via carrier route. Subscribers in located in other areas of Utah will get their weekly print editions by mail early in the week, according to the Tribune’s subscription page. The newspaper will also be available for purchase at grocery and convenience stores.
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