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Content will shift after S-R’s final day of Saturday home delivery

From staff reports

Beginning a week from today, the Saturday print edition of The Spokesman-Review will be suspended in favor of an e-Edition. But that doesn’t mean subscribers will get less bang for the buck they spend on print.

The sections and features that now run in Saturday’s print paper will be distributed to the six days a week when the paper is printed and delivered. The stories, photos, pages and especially puzzles published each week will be reallocated in the following way:

  • The Family section will move to Monday’s newspaper.
  • The Arts, Business & Opinion, Northwest and Sports sections all will expand on Sunday to include stories and photos that would have originally been in the Saturday newspaper.
  • The Saturday TV listings will be moved to the Friday newspaper, appearing in the Seven section.
  • All comics and puzzles from the Saturday paper will move to the Sunday newspaper, and even more puzzles are being added to that day.
  • Those who receive the expanded TV listings guide will now receive that on Sunday.
  • Subscribers to the Wall Street Journal, which is delivered by The Spokesman-Review, will now receive the Saturday WSJ on Sunday.
  • Classifieds, including real estate open houses and the autos section, will move from Saturday to Friday.
  • For subscribers who have activated their digital accounts, we will continue to publish a Saturday e-edition of our newspaper.

The Spokesman-Review plans further additions to the print editions as well.

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