In its more than 65 years, The Daily Tribune News has shared the stories and news surrounding the community. As times have changed, the newspaper has adapted to the needs of the community. For more than 3,300 Mondays, the newspaper has helped residents begin their week, but as the county prepares for unprecedented growth, The Daily Tribune News' goal is to provide the best coverage of a changing community at the best price.
The shift in production will allow for better sports coverage, including high school football in the fall, and will keep readers informed of weekend events around the county. For those weekend shoppers, Saturday's edition will list the day's yard sales, as well as real estate and vehicles for sale. Likewise, breaking news and the latest happenings from around the county will appear over the weekend.
The change also will provide more bang for the customer's buck, as subscription prices will remain unchanged. Readers will continue to have the option of subscribing to the full e-edition and following us on Facebook for up-to-date news on the weekend.
No newspaper will be printed Monday, April 2, with the new production schedule beginning Tuesday, April 3. Pick up a copy of the first Saturday edition April 7.
For information on subscriptions to The Daily Tribune News' home delivery or the full e-edition, call 770-382-4545 or visit us at www.daily-tribune.com.