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Pulitzer-winning local news coverage, sports reporting, restaurant reviews, and other features that keep readers connected to the community

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  • $26 for a 26-week full access subscription with Sunday delivery of the print edition ($126 value)
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All subscriptions include full access every day to clarionledger.com, the e-newspaper, and mobile sites and apps.

The Clarion-Ledger

The Clarion-Ledger may have won a Pulitzer Prize for its education reform coverage, but their reporters also know how to have fun. They complement hard-hitting work on metro Jackson news and politics with comprehensive sports coverage, tracking plays at schools such as Ole Miss, Mississippi State, and Southern Miss, plus full coverage of high school prep sports, where students learn to become football fans. The team keeps readers up to date on the best ways to spend a night out, too, via restaurant reviews, movie listings, and missives on upcoming festivals.

Customer Reviews

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The Sunday paper gives you a good feel for news around the Metro. Also Thursday and Friday are good for weekend happenings.
Penny W. · December 4, 2014

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