West Central Tribune delivers content on multiple platforms

The West Central Tribune is delivering content across mutliple channels throughout the week.

The West Central Tribune's e-paper edition for July 10, 2020. Screen shot by Kelly Boldan.

WILLMAR — The West Central Tribune is now publishing a print edition on Wednesdays and Saturdays delivered by U.S. mail, an e-paper edition Monday through Saturday and online website seven days a week.

All print subscribers have access to all three editions, while digital subscribers have access to the e-paper and online websites.

To activate your digital access, visit . If you need activation assistance, please call 320-235-1154 from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Friday.

To subscribe, visit .

Activating your digital access gives subscriber members access to our epaper, ; our website, , our news archives, personalized e-newsletters via email, breaking news alerts delivered right to your email and more.


You also have access to other Forum Communication media sites, including , a hockey website; , a Midwest outdoors website; and news websites in Alexandria , Brainerd , Duluth , Fargo/Moorhead , Rochester and more (see ).

Readers may download an app on Apple or Android platform for our website. Go to the appropriate app store and search for West Central Tribune.

In the near future, we will also releasing an app for the e-paper edition of the West Central Tribune. In addition, we will also be adding additional topic pages to the Tribune e-paper edition later this month.

The West Central Tribune is a division of Forum Communications Co.

Kelly Boldan has been editor of West Central Tribune and in Willmar, Minnesota, since October 2001. He joined Forum Communications Co. in November 1998 as editor of the Bemidji (Minn.) Pioneer.
Boldan can be reached via email: or telephone: 320-214-4331.
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