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The Sun online to be a paid service

BY: The Sun Staff | February 06, 2013

Starting Monday, Feb. 18, The Sun website, www.thesunnews.net, will become a paid service.

There are several benefits to this new service. Every story from The Sun will be uploaded on the site, including stories that happen daily. You will not have to wait until Thursday to read your local news. More stories, that are not available in the paper, will also be posted on the site along with more photos and access to archives dating back to 2009.

If you are a current subscriber to The Sun you will automatically be set up with an online account. Once you receive your instructions and code in the mail, follow the instructions on how to set up the account.

If you are not a current subscriber you have your choice of purchasing different packages. You can purchase the paper to be home-delivered along with the online subscription or just the online subscription only. Senior and military discounts also apply.

The Sun will continue to offer the same quality reporting it has, and we encourage our readers to become part of our online family.

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