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INTRODUCING DIGITAL DELIVERY

The e-Edition is an exact replica of the printed paper. It's a digital reproduction of the newspaper.

Each e-Edition comes complete -- including every photograph, in-paper advertisement, and article. Even the comics and puzzles appear on your computer.

There's no need to download software. Simply log into the e-Edition, and start searching and navigating the paper using your web browser.

You get access to the e-Edition anywhere you are. The e-Edition is available to you when you need it most.

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A Digital Replica Of Your Newspaper


SIMPLE
A electronic version of the e-Edition delivered each morning to your desktop. Thumb through digital pages and skim headlines just as you would the normal print product.

EFFICIENT
Get through the paper faster! View articles, photos, advertisements, games and comics with the click of a button! Simple navigation tools allow for quick and easy reading.

FLEXIBLE
Search one day or the past year of news. Keyword searches give you the ability to research any topic, person or event instantly.

CONNECTED
Retrieve, save, print and e-mail articles from the electronic edition simply. You can even read the e-Edition on a PDA or a laptop. All you need is Internet access.

CONVENIENT
Read the e-Edition on your schedule, in your way. At home, at work or on the road, it's ready when you are!

MAIN BENEFITS VS. PRINT NEWSPAPER
- No ink on fingers
- Go "Green!" Save a tree with e-Edition
- No more piles of old papers
- No need to recycle
- Easy to read
- Save past issues
- Searchable & printable
- Exact replica of printed paper
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