Single copies to cost 75 cents as company copes with expenses
By The Staff
Wednesday, April 1, 2009 at 10:00 pm
TELL CITY - Starting Monday, readers will need an extra quarter to buy a copy of The Perry County News inside a store or from a blue newspaper rack.
The newsstand price of The News will jump to 75 cents from 50 cents due to rising prices for newsprint, fuel and other input costs. The change takes effect with the April 6 issue.
The price increase is the first since November 1992, when single-copy prices rose to 50 cents from 35 cents.
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