For the past 28 years, The Outlook readers have been able to 
purchase a single copy of the newspaper from local racks and dealers 
for fifty cents. The price has remained constant for our loyal 
customers, while newspapers in neighboring counties have increased 
prices several times.
    Increasing costs have prompted The Outlook to make a change of its 
own. Beginning with the October 2 edition, the cost of a single issue 
of the newspaper will increase to seventy-five cents.
    That price will be effective at the newspaper rack located outside 
The Outlook office, as well as at local stores who sell the publication.
    "We have held the cost down for as long as possible, but with 
increases in production expenses, we had to look at a price 
increase," stated The Wayne County Outlook Publisher Melinda Jones. 
"We appreciate our readers, who have been very loyal to the 
newspaper, and we will strive to provide them the best possible 
product each week."
    Subscription prices for The Outlook will remain the same. The cost 
for a local subscriber will remain at $29 per year. The senior 
citizen's rate is $23 for Wayne County. Those rates also include the 
surrounding counties of Clinton, Pulaski, Russell and McCreary.
    The yearly subscription rate for all other Kentucky counties and out of state is $37. The senior citizens rate for these areas is $33.

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