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The Lusk Herald is the state’s longest running hometown newspaper.  The paper has been continuously available for community news and events since 1886 and has never missed a week. Though it has been owned by multiple individuals and entities it is currently operated under Wyoming Newspapers Inc. which is owned by News Media Corporation. The Lusk Herald is part of a print newspaper group that includes Torrington, Lingle, Guernsey, Wheatland, The Business Farmer (out of Scottsbluff) and The Cheyenne Minuteman (available on base in Cheyenne). Through this affiliation advertising clients have the opportunity to capitalize on multiple client markets through their advertising representative with the Herald. 

In 2016 the Lusk Herald increased their circulation and advertising capabilities by adding an online version of the paper. This “e-edition” is available for all print and online subscribers on Wednesday morning. It is a PDF of the actual paper and layout making it perfect for those who wish to access the paper on their mobile device or laptop. E-scribers also have access to the paper first since the print portion is not delivered to drop points until Wednesday afternoon and mailed subscriptions are not available until Thursday after mail delivery. 

The Lusk Herald maintains an online archive via the website, www.luskherald.com. This website not only houses the e-edition but digital versions of articles and obituaries. The obituaries and classifieds are available 24/7 without a subscription. Digital advertising options that are specific to our website only are also available.

For those who simply can’t wait to find out what is going on in Niobrara County the Herald is available at multiple drop points after 2pm on Wednesdays. Deckers, Allbright’s True Value, The Covered Wagon Motel, Outpost, Rawhide Motel, Fresh Start, Three Sister’s, Rancher’s Feed and Supply, Subway, and the Post Office. The cost of a newspaper at the stand is $1.00. 

Subscriptions are available for 4 weeks, 12 weeks, 26 weeks or 52 weeks. Online-subscriptions only are also available. For special deals and discounts please contact the Herald office at 334-2867.


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