West Central Tribune e-paper now offers more news

The West Central Tribune's e-paper is now offering more news and information via online or our new e-paper app on Apple or Android platforms.

West Central Tribune e-paper. Art / Forum News Service

You’ll soon see more news and additional content on a variety of specialty topic areas only available in your e-paper, both online and through the new e-paper app. It’s one of the many ways we’re working to increase your membership value and keep you informed on the local, regional, national and world news and topics of interest to you.

From extra national sports and racing highlights to business updates, entertainment news and more, there will be additional e-paper content for everyone to enjoy. Be sure to explore your e-paper online or download the app to see different daily additions throughout the week, such as:

  • National Sports & Racing Highlights

  • Medical & Plugged In Tech News

  • Consumer Trends & Updates

  • Travel, Food, Trends & Shopping

  • Stay At Home Style & Books

  • Outdoor Adventure, Fitness & Entertainment Info

Your e-paper offers benefits that aren’t available in print, like adjustable text size for easy reading and the ability to search for news and topics in current and archived editions. Your e-paper is easily found on the West Central Tribune news website at In the top right, select the yellow “E-paper” button to enjoy the additional news and information now available.
If you like the convenience of using an app on your tablet or smartphone, you can download it from the the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store today. Search for “West Central Tribune E-Paper” in your app store and once it downloads, you can enjoy the many e-paper benefits and extra news.

If you still need to connect your print subscription to a digital account for access to the e-paper that comes with your membership, you can visit For this step or any other questions or help you need, please contact Member Services for assistance by emailing or call (320) 235-1154.


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