Publisher: A.K. Wilson, <1918>; The News Print. Co., Inc., <1920>.
Vol. 15, no. 43 (Mar. 16, 1920).
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Almost as old as Fort Pierce (FL), the city it serves, the St. Lucie County (FL) Tribune [LCCN: sn89058426] date back to 1905. It occasionally bore the alternate title of St. Lucie Tribune. And, it published alternating as a weekly and a semi-weekly during its early years. Only the Fort Pierce (FL) News [LCCN: sn96027172], launched in December 1902, began publication earlier in Fort Pierce. The two weekly newspapers merged in 1920 and became the Fort Pierce (FL) News Tribune [LCCN: sn96027171]. The newspaper continued to grow with the area and became a daily after 1926. St. Lucie Count was established in 1905, separated from Brevard County (FL). Fort Pierce, located on the Indian River, was incorporated in 1901 and named as the new County’s seat of government. Fishing was key to the early economy of the City of Fort Pierce. Pineapple was the agricultural king of St. Lucie county from the turn of the 20th century until its collapse following World War I. --E. Kesse, University of Florida Digital Library Center..
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (July 28, 1905).