Calistoga Tribune

In 2001, when the twin towers were destroyed and almost 4,000 lives vanished along with their dreams and plans for the future, the Hampton-Asmus family knew it was time to make a difference in their hometown. So began the journey of a new newspaper in Calistoga.The first newspaper published here was the Calistoga Tribune, started in 1872 by Thomas McGeorge at the urging of founder Sam Brannan. It would be the name of the latest paper to be published in Calistoga 137 years later, binding the past with the present with a solemn pledge of covering this town's politics, events, people, schools, sports, clubs, births, deaths, and news that makes a difference to readers' lives. "Cover to Cover, Just Calistoga" is the mantra that the Calistoga Tribune's staff picked to guide coverage each year. Source

Outlet Details

Scope Local
Language English
Country United States of America
Media Market San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose
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Frequency Weekly
Days Published N/A