|Recent editions of the Calistoga Tribune and the Yountville Sun, with an early edition of Calistoga's first paper, founded in 1877. A Tribune story notes the end of another paper, which was published by the daily paper in the county seat of Napa.|
Two weekly newspapers in Napa County, California, have been saved from likely closure by a public-benefit corporation after a community effort to keep them going.
The 20-year-old Calistoga Tribune announced in August that it would be closing, and "at about the same time," the 24-year-old Yountville Sun announced that it was for sale, the Napa Valley Register reports. "In September, the Tribune announced it would continue in its current form, at least until the end of of year, while its owners figured out the paper’s future. The pivot came after a community effort to save the paper emerged, and the owners received several offers to acquire it. ...
|Wikipedia map, adapted|