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E-edition back up and running

Our e-edition is back up and ready to view. In order to view this week's version of The Press and Banner, click here.

After following the link, you should be prompted to become a member of the website. Once you fill out the requested information (or if you are already a member and follow the login prompts) and are approved as a member, a new prompt will appear when you return to the e-edition link with two options for pricing: a six month subscription option and an annual subscription option.

Because the process of developing The Press and Banner newspaper is through photography, the e-edition is constructed as a separate entity beginning on Tuesday evenings, spanning Wednesdays and (at the latest) gets posted on Thursday evenings. Please bear with us as we get it ready for viewing. Due to this "vintage" method, we should make you aware that, on occasion, there may be slight variations between the physical and digital editions.

Additionally, advertisers may be happy to note that we provide color at no extra charge online, while there is an additional charge for the print version.

Thank you for your readership!

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