The Healdsburg Tribune is proud to carry on a rich newspapering tradition, dating back to 1865.
That legacy almost disappeared when the Sonoma County Local News Initiative announced in the Tribune’s April 28, 2022 issue: “Stop the presses: Tribune’s final edition.”
The Weeklys publishing group, a Bay Area company that has owned the Healdsburg-based Bohemian weekly since 1991, bought publishing rights to the Healdsburg Tribune and had the following week’s edition delivered to subscribers without missing a beat.
Prior to the Sonoma County Local News Initiative, the Tribune and its three sister publications were owned by Sonoma West Publishers, founded in 1995.
Currently, The Healdsburg Tribune (Court Decree #369869, June 12, 1953) is published weekly in a print edition delivered to paid subscribers.