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What You'll Get
In addition to being a source of crucial information, newspapers can be unfolded across a coffee table to conceal almond butter stains or rolled into a handy bopping device to stun tarantulas. Get a steady supply of spider-boppers with today's deal: for $19, you get 26 Sunday issues of the Kansas City Star delivered to your home (within the metro five-county area) ($76.96 value). Step into the ring with more than 700,000 other readers of the Sunday heavyweight edition of this 130-year-old institution, which has KO’d rival paper-pushers by receiving seven Pulitzer Prizes, including a special citation for its reportage. See news and culture in stunning clarity hot off the Star's state-of-the-art KBA printing presses, which are so precise that they are used to print more than 90 percent of the world's currency. The Star is also working to preserve the planet on which it reports: its soy-based color inks are printed on recycled newsprint; it recycles more than 400 tons of newsprint, aluminum plates, and plastics every month; and its office carpets are sourced from recycled corn fiber, making them a perfect fast-food alternative on late-breaking-news nights.
The Fine Print
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About "Kansas City Star"
The Kansas City Star's hard-hitting journalism has netted eight Pulitzer Prizes over its distinguished 130-year history and expanded into cyberspace through its website, KansasCity.com. Fat Sunday editions, meanwhile, are glutted with rich content, including C.W. Gusewelle’s news column, a spread of color comics, and the ever-popular coupons and sales ads.
- 1931 Pulitzer Prize – A.B. MacDonald for articles about a murder in Amarillo, Texas
- 1933 Pulitzer Prize – Editorial Writing
- 1944 Pulitzer Prize – Henry Haskell for Editorial Writing
- 1952 Pulitzer Prize – Coverage of the Great Flood of 1951
- 1954 Pulitzer Prize – Alvin Scott McCoy's local reporting coverage that led to the resignation of C. Wesley Roberts as Republican National Chairman
- 1982 Pulitzer Prize – Local news reporting of the Hyatt Regency walkway collapse (along with the Kansas City Times)
- 1982 – Rick Atkinson (of the Kansas City Times) for national reporting for a series on the West Point Class of 1968
- 1992 Pulitzer Prize – National reporting by Jeff Taylor and Mike McGraw's critical examination of the U.S. Department of Agriculture