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What You'll Get
The Founding Fathers valued journalism, which is why the First Amendment protects freedom of the press instead of granting Benjamin Franklin two extra birthdays. Read all about it with this Groupon.
$15 for a Six-Month Sunday Subscription with Full Access to Digital Content ($73.84 Value)
Subscribers receive home deliveries of the Sunday edition of The Wichita Eagle, as well as full access to all digital news, sports coverage, lifestyle articles, and editorials on Kansas.com. Eagle+ subscribers also receive full access to The Wichita Eagle smartphone and tablet apps, as well as a full subscription to the e-edition.
The Fine Print
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About The Wichita Eagle
The largest newspaper in the state of Kansas, The Wichita Eagle takes a civic-minded approach to journalism, covering stories that affect the local community and world at large. Readers throughout the state turn to the daily and Sunday pages of The Eagle for agribusiness and aviation industry news, local and national political coverage, lifestyle and entertainment tips, and sober, thoughtful opinion pieces. The Wichita Eagle also provides readers with up-to-the-minute news updates and courtroom bloopers through Kansas.com, its network of ever-expanding digital content and live reporting. Tracing its history back to 1872, The Eagle sharpened its news-gathering chops through an impassioned 88-year rivalry with the Beacon, a competing local paper. The competition ended only after The Eagle purchased the Beacon in 1960, thereby consuming its powers.