CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) - The daily newspaper in Nevada's capital
city is the first in the state to announce it'll start charging a fee for online service.
The Nevada Appeal of Carson City said Wednesday that service begins Nov. 2 on a free-trial basis.
The policy includes the Appeal's sister newspapers, the Lahontan Valley News and the Record-Courier of Gardnerville.
After Nov. 30, print subscribers will be billed $1.95 a month for full access to www.nevadaappeal.com . Online readers will pay $6.95.
Appeal Editor Dennis Noone says it's reasonable to charge a few dollars for Carson City news and features.
One main story, some breaking news, photos, obituaries, classified ads and the Web calendar will be online for free.
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