Newspaper rates to rise for delivery
The Mirror will increase its subscription rates effective Jan. 9.
Christopher J. Bell, the newspaper's circulation manager, said the rate for a subscription will increase to $37 per year in Leavenworth, Wyandotte, Johnson and Douglas counties.
Elsewhere in Kansas, it will increase to $55 per year. Outside the state, subscription prices will increase to $60 per year.
The subscription increase is needed for us to keep pace with the rising cost of postage, newsprint, ink and fuel prices, Bell said.
For existing subscribers, the rate increase will take effect upon the customer's renewal date.
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