This question makes me snarl because the only daily paper here did what it did. And then some. The rat-bassets!
no, stopped buying newspapers long time ago.
I get the news either from TV or internet.
I do enjoy the local fluff they print the happy little cats rescued from trees and the problems with whether to redistrict farm land and the local high school hopes crushed by a football lose
it helps me feel tied to the community more but for news I do not rely on it for more than my horoscope and that is just for fun anyway
The university delivers their paper to my apartment complex for free, but I just read it online.
Yes, Everyday...... Not for news. For ads :-p
Me.....everyday. I prefer reading the local paper before reading internet news....
It also has the local obituaries......Important in a small town . Can clip them out, esp. of loved ones....I keep them in a special box of memories ...
I know, too much info.....lol
yes, i do.
yes read it everyday .. I consider online more of world news and things where the paper news local stuff and other things that online doesnt have in our area. I will miss it if it ever away. I cant imagine a newspaper being gone. Heck the are good for more then reading, they are for packing and sooo much else too.
Stopped years ago. The price is outrageous anyway.
I only buy the Sunday paper each week, mostly for the coupons.
never have, but my pop goes to shop everyday at 7am and buys it
I live in a community of roughly 12,000 people and I know that they do. I deliver newspapers on the side. We ship them across the nation as well (WI to FL, for example) for tourists who get a kick out of our extremely non-violent newspaper.
yes i do.
yes..i would not prefer electronic media for reading news, coz, i get diverted very easily and moreover, i want to contribute in preserving this powerful media of communication.
no, haven't in a while, i do still enjoy reading the newspaper though
No, we stopped that years ago.
We do have several neighbors who continue to have the paper delivered .. but it's a small percentage.