Courier-Herald adopting new subscription fees

Deliveries are going up to $52, but there’s a small window of opportunity to apply for a lower rate.

The Courier-Herald is increasing its delivery and mail subscription fees.

According to Sound Publishing, the newspaper’s parent company, residents of Buckley, Enumclaw, and the southern half of Black Diamond (ZIP codes 98321, 98022, and 98010 respectively) can have the paper delivered to their home by carrier for $52 a year.

Additionally, Bonney Lake and Auburn residents (ZIP codes 98391 and 98092) can sign up to receive the paper via mail for $52.

Those who live outside these cities can also sign up to receive the paper by mail for $65.

Previous issues of the newspaper advertised a $39 per year delivery subscription rate. The Courier-Herald will continue to honor this lower subscription fee until July 2019.

To apply for these lower subscription rates, come to The Courier-Herald office on 1627 Cole St. (or after May, 1186 Myrtle Ave.) in Enumclaw with a physical copy of the advertisement promoting the $39 delivery subscription rate, printed in the Feb. 20 through May 1 editions of the newspaper. You may also mail the ad to The Courier-Herald, filled out with your information.

Signing up for a subscription online or by phone will result in the increased rates.

Single edition prices are also changing from $0.75 to $1.

Questions and concerns can be directed to Editor Ray Miller-Still at rstill@courierherald.com.

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