UPDATE: The Olympian finally posted this story on its web site Monday evening:
The Olympian will reduce its workforce by 15 positions through layoffs and buyouts in response to declining advertising revenue.
Chief financial officer Jennifer Matts-Sprague announced the reductions in a memo to employees Monday.
The reductions will occur throughout the newspaper, and employees affected will receive severance packages.
The Olympian also will reduce wages for all employees whose pay exceeds $25,000 annually.
The News Tribune of Tacoma said Monday it would reduce its staff by 30, including six jobs in the newsroom, and implement wage cuts.
Both newspapers are owned by the McClatchy Co., based in Sacramento.
The cutbacks are the third round of reductions in 10 months at the two papers.