Tracy Press drops Monday edition

The daily Tracy Press has dropped its Monday edition and will print just five days a week instead of six, Tuesday through Saturday, due to what the paper described as “financial challenges.” The family-owned, 9,800-circulation paper laid off about a dozen employees a month ago, including some in the newsroom, and is looking at other cost-cutting measures, according to publisher Bob Matthews. The paper is locked in a newspaper war with Dean Singleton’s Tri-Valley Hearld and Dow Jones’ Stockton Record.

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