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The Observer to be closed for July 4th weekend: no Monday edition

In celebration of our nation’s independence, the Mountain Home Observer will be closed on Monday. Regular service will resume on Tuesday.

While the weather may have cooled down throughout the week, expect temperatures to head back into the 90s this July 4th weekend.

Rio will take to the stage at 5:30 p.m. at the Gaston’s Visitor Center in Bull Shoals. Fireworks begin at sundown. Don’t forget the parade earlier in the day!

We’d also like to notify you that our free articles will be dropping from three free articles a month to one free article a month. While we wish we could provide our service for free, we have a business to run, and inflation is causing the prices of goods and services to rise– even digital ones.

When I first came up with the idea of this paper, I wanted it to be affordable to the average person, and I believe that we’ve accomplished that with our subscription model of $7.99. Our subscribers are not only paying for the news each month, they’re also helping Alison and I grow the business while putting food on our table.

And while our subscriber count has risen by 4,400% since the launch of our subscription service, we still have a long way to go in our journey of bringing Mountain Home and the Twin Lakes area the news coverage that readers have wanted and been asking for, for the last few years. We cannot do this without our subscribers or readers!

See you next week, and have a happy July 4th weekend!

Chris

Local Mountain Home, AR News



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