Sierra Sun Truckee office to close temporarily during move
TRUCKEE, Calif. — The Sierra Sun is in the process of moving into its new office location at Ste. No. 101 in the Pioneer Commerce Center at 10775 Pioneer Trail.
Starting Wednesday, Sept. 17, residents can come by the new office, where the newspaper will offer the same services, including filing for fictitious business statements; a location to pick up recent print editions; and, by appointment, viewing Sun and Tahoe World archives.
In the interim, the Sun will temporarily close its Truckee location from Thursday of this week through Tuesday, Sept. 16.
“Sierra Sun staff is busy working on the move this week and through the weekend to ensure it happens as quickly as possible,” said Sun Managing Editor Kevin MacMillan. “Because of the logistics of this move, we’ll be unable to offer some of our on-site services for few days. We ask for the community’s patience as we make the transition across town.”
In the meantime, readers can visit the Sun at its office in the Cobblestone Center in Tahoe City at 475 North Lake Blvd., and its North Lake Tahoe Bonanza office is located at 925 Tahoe Blvd., Ste. No. 206, in Incline Village. You can call either office at 530-583-3488 or 775-831-4666.
The Swift Communications-owned newspaper recently sold the 6,235-square-foot Donner Lake Plaza building at 12315 Deerfield Drive to the Tahoe Sierra Board of Realtors.
Built in 1995, the Donner Lake Plaza had been home to the Sun since the fall of 2000, the year Swift bought it.
Prior to moving there, the Sun was published for 15 years from offices in the Westgate Center on Donner Pass Road.
Any questions about the Sun’s move can be directed to Michael Gelbman, publisher of the Sun and Bonanza, at email@example.com.
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