Salt Lake Tribune

1871-1914, 1990-Current

Salt Lake Tribune 1909 1871 - 1919
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4/15/1871 - 1919
Utah Digital Newspapers
ProQuest News 1990 - Current
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Format: Text (HTML)
Available from:
9/24/1990 - current
ProQuest News - with Library Card
ProQuest News - Inside Library
Salt Lake Tribune 2009 2004 - Current
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Available from:
8/29/2004 - 2 weeks ago
Utah Press Association


The Salt Lake Tribune was founded in 1871 as the Mormon Tribune by a group of Mormon businessmen. The newspaper is headquartered in Salt Lake City, the capital of Utah and one of fifteen incorporated cities within Salt Lake County. The city's major industries are comprised of government, trade, transportation, utilities, and professional and business services. Key employers include the University of Utah, Sinclair Oil Corporation, and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Features of the Salt Lake Tribune include News, Entertainment Features, Opinion Editorials, Sports, Business, Education and Local Politics.

Published as:

  • Salt Lake Tribune
  • Salt Lake Daily Tribune and Utah Mining Gazette
  • Mormon Tribune