For more than 150 years, southeast Wyoming has counted on the Wyoming Tribune Eagle to cover the important news, issues and events in our communities. We’ve also been a vital way for local businesses and individuals to promote their products and services, whether in print, online or through our Commercial Printing department.
Our team remains committed to continuing that tradition. But it’s no secret the newspaper industry has been forced to make changes in recent years, largely due to increased production costs, such as the price of the paper we print on every day.
To ensure we can remain the area’s premier local news and advertising source, we must continue to evolve our products. Which is why we’re making several changes, including:
• Beginning Oct. 15, the Wyoming Tribune Eagle will no longer publish a Monday print edition of the newspaper or an e-Edition. Newspapers and e-Editions will continue to be produced and delivered to our customers Tuesday through Sunday.
For the latest news updates and sports coverage from Sunday, and throughout the week, subscribers are encouraged to visit us online at WyomingNews.com and WyoSports.net. We also hope you will follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/WTEnews, on Twitter at @WTEnews and on Instagram at wyomingtribuneeagle.
• In response to reader requests, we will soon be adding a weekly TV listings section to Friday’s newspaper. This 16-page, full-color publication will contain featured program listings, entertainment news and puzzles.
• We also realize our subscribers want their news delivered in a variety of ways, which is why we’re adding video coverage to our digital products. Watch for more live and recorded videos of breaking news, community events and more on our website and social media.
As a reminder, current print subscribers already have full access to our digital products – both our WyomingNews.com and WyoSports.net websites and our e-Edition. If you haven’t done so already, we encourage you to go online now to WyomingNews.com and register. If we can be of any assistance, please email email@example.com.
We thank you for your continued support of the Wyoming Tribune Eagle. Please feel free to contact us with any feedback or suggestions for what you’d like to see in print and online.
Brian Martin is managing editor of the Wyoming Tribune Eagle, and will mark 20 years with the newspaper Oct. 12. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 307-633-3120.
Rory Palm is regional president of APG Media of the Rockies, which owns the newspapers in Cheyenne, Laramie, Rawlins and Rock Springs, as well as the Wyoming Business Report. He lives in Cheyenne and can be reached at email@example.com or 307-633-3165.