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Due to the plight of newspapers in America, the "Bee" has also suffered layoffs, and it is unclear if daily print papers can again be a viable business. First published in , "The Sacramento Bee" was an afternoon paper until the s, when publishers decided to compete directly with the "Union" as a morning newspaper. Publication was reduced from seven days a week to three, until the paper finally published its final edition on January 14, , with the headline "We're History. The two were merged into one newspaper, creating a powerful voice in the city. In , the paper was purchased, along with the "Daily Record," by the Sacramento Publishing Company. I was there for four or five months, and returned to find myself about the best known man on the Pacific Coast. The proprietors of the Sacramento Union, a great and influential daily journal, sent me to the Sandwich Islands to write four letters a month at twenty dollars a piece. The publication is notable because of its historical significance and its many famous contributors. In August of that year, they began publishing bi-monthly magazines, which switched to monthly in May However, consumers who had known the "Union" as a daily paper were confused by this change to a magazine and website, and after five issues, publication was ceased. Daily news was also published on the web, and the paper regained its conservative tone. Competition was so stiff that advertisements were sometimes sold below cost in an attempt to drive competitors out of business. During the first few years, there was fierce competition in the area, with more than 60 newspapers started in Sacramento, though all but two of those publications failed. The original articles are no longer with the archives after being stolen in the s. In , new investors purchased the name and set up offices in Fair Oaks. Mark Twain. This version lasted until , when publication of the paper and website stopped. In , the surviving company archives were donated to the library at UC Davis. But longtime residents of Sacramento remember the "Union" and its contributions to the culture of the city. Advertisements promised that it would be on the doorstep by a. Rise of "The Sacramento Bee".{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} In , he wrote a series of articles on Hawaii that were so popular that they turned Twain into a celebrity. The "Union" couldn't compete with this, and the "Bee" quickly eclipsed it in popularity with a much larger staff. In , a new print edition was tried, this time tabloid-sized and offered as a free weekly newspaper. For many years, there was a bronze bust of Twain in the lobby of the building at Capitol Mall. The "Union" set itself apart by being a daily publication, evidenced by its slogan, "Oldest Daily in the West. The "Union" was founded amidst union disputes at several other local publications. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Founded in , "The Sacramento Union" was the oldest daily newspaper west of the Mississippi, and ran for years until it closed its doors in Since then, there have been multiple attempts to revive the brand, with varying degrees of success.