The Herald Bulletin

Evening Update


January 25, 2012

Subscriptions offered as website evolves

Back in the early 1990s, The Herald Bulletin was one of the first Indiana newspapers to develop a local news website. Today that website has grown to attract more than 1.5 million page views a month from more than 200,000 visitors.

Progressively, we’ve developed the website to include not only the local news that appears in the print edition of The Herald Bulletin, but also additional features — photo galleries, videos, breaking news updates and community discussions, just to name a few.

Today, serves as both a stand-alone news site and a complimentary product to The Herald Bulletin’s daily print edition. Visitors to the website can get updates on weather, local news, sports and community affairs around the clock.

To ensure that the newspaper continues to have the resources to report on the local news in both print and online, on Jan. 30 The Herald Bulletin will begin offering subscriptions to

For print subscribers, the digital subscription will cost just $1.95 for a month or $19.95 for a year. The price for a digital subscription is low, as well, for those who do not subscribe to the print edition of The Herald Bulletin, just $5.95 a month or $59.95 for a year. Look for a link on our homepage to start your digital subscription.

Those who don’t subscribe to can still get a sampling of local news, up to 10 free story views a month. And some content, such as classified ads, will continue to be accessible for free.

We hope you continue to use our website and print edition for the best local news coverage in the Madison County area. Our commitment to serving you — on the platforms of your choice — is as strong as ever.

Please contact me if you have questions or want to offer feedback.


Henry Bird


The Herald Bulletin


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