The Independent News Herald and the Verndale Sun are offering free e-editions to current subscribers
by Karin L. Nauber
We at Benning Printing and Publishing have always done our best to bring you the most accurate and up-to-date news and information as possible.
It is our full intent to continue to do so not just during the good times, but in the trying times, as well.
With that said, we want to let our paid subscribers know that we will be making our e-edition available to all of our current print subscribers.
As Owner and Publisher at BPP Ray Benning stated last week in a letter to our subscribers, “I know we are living in extraordinary times and understand you may prefer to read The Independent News Herald, Verndale Sun or Todd-Wadena County Courier via our e-edition which is on-line. We are offering free e-editions to our current subscribers during this time. If you would like to receive our e-edition please call our office and we will get you set up. After you give us your e-mail address and you are set-up, you will then be e-mailed our next edition. For any customer service requests, visit firstname.lastname@example.org, or call our office at 218-756-2131.”
You must call or e-mail us to let us know your e-mail address so that you can receive your e-edition.
If you are already an e-edition subscriber, your subscription will continue as normal.
If you normally pick up your news at the office or other business, you can also subscribe to our e-edition so you don’t have to go out to pick it up if you prefer to stay home.
Please call our office at 218-756-2131 to subscribe. You may pay by credit card.
We would prefer this method, but if you must come to the office, please help us in our goal to have at least six feet of space (social distancing) between our office personnel and yourself. This is for your safety as well as for ours.
If you are unsure of how the e-edition works, please call and one of us can walk you through the process.
Times are uncertain right now, but we fully intend to continue our coverage of local news and get you the most accurate information about this ever-changing disease.
We are sending out a virtual hug to all of our readers and hope you will continue to look to our newspapers, website (inhnews.com) and our Facebook pages for the latest and most accurate news.