Here's a sign of more things to come for the newspaper industry — another print edition being discontinued.
On Monday, Southern Oregon University in Ashland cranked out its final print version of the student-run publication, at least for this school year.
Nia Towne, editor-in-chief for The Siskiyou, said the school will save $12,000 from its budget by not printing its weekly edition.
"No one is 100 percent against it, but I don't think anyone is 100 percent for it, either. We're print journalists. But our readers are college students attached to their smartphones," she told the Daily Tidings in Ashland.
Go to this link on the Medford Mail Tribune site — sister paper of the Daily Tidings — for more on the story.