A hometown newspaper with a local office, local owners & lots of local news

Our View: Local news is worth it

It’s never fun to talk about money, but we must.

After three years, the Pine Knot News has overhauled its subscription rates, making them simpler and, yes, a little pricier.

Rising postal rates and inflation bear some of the blame. Growing pains are also part of it. We’ve gone from a minimum of 16 pages to a minimum of 20 pages per week. There are more and better stories and local advertising in the paper. Our small army of freelance writers and part-time employees is growing too.

As an independent, locally owned newspaper, we are a rare breed. We enjoy that independence, but it also means we...

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