Single copy price and subscription rates for the Minden Press-Herald will see an increase effective July 1.
"Due to regular price increases from all of our vendors, it's never cost more to publish a daily newspaper," Press-Herald Publisher Josh Beavers said. "Our July 1 price increases will be the first time we have increased subscription rates in more than five years."
Press-Herald subscribers will see a 10 percent increase in their monthly subscription. A one-month subscription will now cost $11 as opposed to $10.
Also increasing will be the price of the Press-Herald's single copy sales from 50 cents to 75 cents.
Beavers said the increase for single copy sales is the first the Press-Herald has made in decades.
"If you'd like to subscribe or renew before the increase, take advantage of the great circulation promo we have going on now with Waller Petroleum," Beavers said. "Not only will you lock in the old subscription rate for up to a year, but you will also be entered into a drawing to win a $150 gas card from Waller."
See page 3 for promotion details.