For the first time since 1995, The LaRue County Herald News has implemented a price increase for single-copy buyers. The newspaper being delivered today will cost 75 cents apiece. For details about the change, read General Manager Ben Sheroan's column posted online under the Opinion section.
Home-delivered subscriptions do offer convenience and an annual discount of more than 22 percent from the single-copy price. To start a subscription in time for next week's print edition, call 358-3118.
Here are some of the top headlines from this week's Herald News:
Local man charged with rape of 8-year-old
Foster parents charged with drug possession
Eagle Scout candidate organizes 'eCycling' event
McDougal Lake has new entrance, boat ramp
Bank warns that scam could enter second phase
Main Street plans $uper $timulus $aturday on April 25
Padgett's 400-meter time is tops in state
Terry Caven succeeds in college tennis
For all the news plus valuable local advertising information, pick up your copy of the Herald News. Remember to bring three quarters.