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Countdown is at 7 days

One week from today, the Demopolis Times will roll out its first bi-weekly publication in roughly five years.

Your Feb. 4 edition of the Demopolis Times will be the signal of change here at the Times in that it will be our first newspaper under our return to a twice-weekly print publication cycle.

The staff at the Times, and those who provide support in other avenues, have been hard at work to make sure this transition goes as seamless as possible for our customers.

For those of you who recently subscribed, or are currently a paid subscriber, your account has been extended. You will actually be a paid subscriber for longer than you anticipated.

For those of you who have yet to subscribe, please give us a try.

We hope you’ll find our conversion back to a twice-weekly provides an intriguing read that you will want to pore through cover to cover each Wednesday and Saturday.

Jam-packed with local news and local features, we hope you will discover your friends and neighbors in the pages of the Demopolis Times.

We are currently offering a six-month subscription for $32.70. With that subscription, you will receive an additional six-month subscription that you can send to any other current non-subscriber free of charge.

If you have any questions regarding the change, whether they are about your subscriptions or anything else, please do not hesitate to call us at (334) 289-4017.

We will be glad to answer any questions you may have.

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