After 10 years, the Payson Roundup is increasing the price of newspapers sold in racks.
On Tuesday, Nov. 15, the price of a single copy will increase 25 cents to 75 cents.
Papers sold in outside racks and in supermarkets and convenience stores will now cost 75 cents a copy. The home delivery price will remain the same, with the average home subscriber paying 38 cents per issue.
There is no plan to raise home delivery rates. Call (928) 474-5251, ext. 108 to sign up for paper delivery to your home. Subscriptions include 104 issues of the Roundup and can be put on hold at any time due to travel or other circumstances.
“For travelers or part-time residents, this means they can stop service and will have their subscription extended for the time they were gone,” said Roundup publisher John Naughton.