Internet and Newspaper advertising. Reach communities in Truckee, California.
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Publications - Sierra Sun


The Sierra Sun is one of the oldest newspapers in California, with roots going back to the gold rush era of the 1860s. The Sun and its predecessors have been published in Truckee since 1869. According to some fact and a little fiction, the Sun debuted as the Truckee Tribune in 1869 by N.W. Ferguson. E. B. Boust was the first editor.


Until 2003, the Sun had been a weekly newspaper, except for a brief period in the 1970s. It expanded in 2003 to a twice-weekly publication, and then in 2006 to a five-day-a-week daily. In January 2009, the Sun went back to a twice-weekly publication schedule. Publishes Wednesdays and Fridays, 6,200 circulation.

Personnel


Publisher: Michael Gelbman
Editor: Kevin MacMillan
Advertising Director: Michael Gelbman

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Sierra Sun
12315 Deerfield Drive
Truckee, CA 96160

Phone: (530) 587-6061

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