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Readers can now receive top headlines in their email inboxes.

The Daily Corinthian recently launched a newsletter to deliver top headlines and a sampling of the day’s local news and sports stories. The day’s obituaries, latest opinion columns, extended weather forecast and prep scores will also be included in the newsletter. The top headlines from the Daily Corinthian sister paper, The Banner-Independent in Booneville, will be part of the Thursday morning newsletter each week.

Once the signup is complete, a recipient will begin receiving the newsletter in their email inbox the next day. Newsletters will be sent each morning around 5 a.m., Tuesday through Saturday. It will feature headlines and the first few sentences of each story and a read more link which will take the recipient to the Daily Corinthian website.

Current home delivery and e-Edition subscribers and e-Edition-only subscribers will then be able to read the full story. Those same subscribers also have access to the Daily Corinthian e-Edition which displays a live replica of the day’s complete newspaper. Packages for e-Edition start at only $7.95 for four weeks.

“We are extremely excited to be able to offer this service to everyone in the community,” said Publisher Reece Terry. “Receiving a glimpse of the day’s top headlines, delivered to your email inbox each morning is very convenient.”

To start receiving the headline newsletter, visit dailycorinthian.com and complete the signup section.

Staff Writer

Zack Steen was first hired in 1999 as a junior in high school to work in the Daily Corinthian design department. After several years away, he returned in 2014 as staff writer. He's married to the love of his life Brandy and they have 5 wonderful fur-kids.

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