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I am unable to consider any latest information subscription deal that’s cooler than the one my newsroom is providing.
The excellent news — it was a one-day flash sale on 2/22 however we had a tech concern for a number of cities in several states in our Community which means we’re extending the sale to right this moment, Feb. 23, additionally. We wished to verify everybody had an opportunity to enroll.
You get the native newspaper, a digital subscription, for $22 for two years in case you are a brand new subscriber.
However you additionally get entry every single day to duplicate or e-Editions throughout your complete United States. The city you grew up in? The place you went to varsity? The place you trip? We seemingly have a newsroom close to there or there. Now you can learn greater than 200 USA TODAY newspapers from The Arizona Republic to The Cincinnati Enquirer to The Palm Seashore Submit by way of our e-Version app.
This unprecedented entry to lots of America’s newspapers comes together with your Information Chief membership, whether or not you signed up 5 years in the past or 5 hours in the past.
If you check in to your Information Chief account on desktop, go to the e-edition (underneath the “Hello, Title”) and on the fitting you may see a “Common” icon. From right here you’ll be able to select the publications to learn.
In case you are on the Information Chief print version app, you may want to verify it is up to date, then click on on “editions.” You may see a drop-down field with USA TODAY and different titles accessible. You may see previous editions of the newspapers, too, as much as 30 days.
Plus, after all, the primary profit behind all of that is the day by day digital Staunton newspaper website entry at newsleader.com!
As a bonus, in case you are a fan of true crime and social justice historical past, we’re launching a brand new mission with reporter Jeff Schwaner on March 7 known as “The Stocking Masks.”
The principle content material is a serial of 10 finely crafted narratives. It is a laborious topic however splendidly written, and facilities on a prison terrorizing a small Virginia city in 1979, the ladies who band collectively to guard themselves, the Black males unjustly stopped or arrested and an obvious coverup by the police and the ladies’s school.
Will probably be for subscribers solely.
I hope you’ll test it out, as new subscribers of The Information Chief. Or as outdated buddies who depend on this newsroom to remain knowledgeable.
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