Wyoming Tribune Eagle will eliminate another print day starting in June


Citing “industry changes and unforeseen challenges brought on by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic,” the Wyoming Tribune Eagle in Cheyenne said it will no longer print or deliver a newspaper on Tuesdays beginning June 2.

"In October 2018, the newspaper stopped publishing a printed edition on Mondays. While this was a difficult decision to make, we believe readers ultimately judge a local newspaper not by its frequency, but its content and presentation,” the newspaper said in an unbylined article. “To that end, many newspapers like ours are prioritizing relevant coverage over the method of delivery in an effort to retain a quality newsroom.”

The Tribune Eagle noted it will continue to publish its news coverage online at WyomingNews.com and WyoSports.net, as well as on its WyoNews app for Android and Apple devices and on social media.

"With your busy lives in mind, our strategy is to print and deliver your newspaper Wednesday through Sunday each week, and deliver robust, timely news and advertising content 24/7, 365 days a year through our digital platforms,” the newspaper said.


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