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Courier changing news stand price
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Effective March 3, the Coastal Courier is changing the newsstand price for weekday editions to 75 cents. The price of the Sunday paper will remain at 75 cents. Subscription or home delivery rates also will not change. The Courier last increased its weekday edition prices 14 years ago in January 1996 from 25 cents to 50 cents.
The Courier will soon offer newspapers at 85 newsstand locations in Liberty and Long counties, most of which accept multiple coins, including quarters, dimes and nickels.
In the next few weeks, readers can expect to see new features and more in-depth stories in the Courier. In addition, the newspaper will continue to provide comprehensive coverage of breaking news, sports, military, business, health, lifestyle and entertainment events. The Sunday paper will still contain Parade magazine and a variety of money-saving coupon inserts.
As always, the Courier encourages Liberty and Long county residents to submit calendar items, community events and personal achievements to the newspaper for publication. Readers may also interact, blog, post photos and watch videos at

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