Only some of what gets published in Mt. Shasta Area Newspapers' print editions is posted in the free section of mtshastanews.com. Every week we print stories that are not found anywhere else.
Every week, the Mount Shasta Area Newspapers prints stories you will not find anywhere else.
In this week’s print edition: One longtime Mount Shasta business, "Mountain Song Natural Foods," moves to a downtown location, while a much newer vegetarian Mexican restaurant at Stage Door Cabaret closes. Stories about the museums in Weed and Mount Shasta, and information about Califorinia's Use Tax, a law since 1935 that requires consumers to pay sales tax on items they purchase out of state or on the internet or by mail-order if no sales tax was charged at the time of purchase.
Here’s how to get our “Only in Print” content
Sign up for our E-Edition. It’s an exact replica of the printed newspaper. The electronic news and advertising pages allow you to see the full page of the newspaper and select specific headlines, articles, photos and ads to read, all with the click of a button. Among other features, it reads stories aloud and translates text into 11 languages.
To sign up, follow this link.
Once at the E-Edition sign-up page, you’ll be asked to create an account. When you click on “Create New Account,” you will be taken to a data entry screen that will also give you E-Edition subscription options.
The E-Edition is $24.99 a year.
Subscribe for home delivery. Subscribe today for $29.99 a year and have your newspaper delivered right to your doorstep. You can also choose to receive your paper in the mail for $33.99 a year in Siskiyou County. If you live out of the county, receive the newspaper in your mailbox for $35.99 a year.
Don’t want to commit to a year? You can subscribe for home delivery for six months for $23, or for three months for $22.
With any subscription to the print edition, you can add the E-Edition for just $2 more.
Call us at (530) 926-5214 to subscribe.
Pick up a single copy at one of dozens of locations throughout Siskiyou County. Single copies of the Mount Shasta Herald, Weed Press and Dunsmuir News are 75 cents. The current editions of each newspaper, as well as most back copies, are always available at our office, located at 924 N. Mt. Shasta Boulevard.
Places to pick up the Mount Shasta Herald:
Tree House Best Western
Black Bear Diner
Mt. Shasta Post Office
Ray’s Food Place
Lake Street Spirit
Mt. Shasta Shell
Mt. Shasta Supermarket
Sports & Spirits
Swiss Holiday Lodge
McCloud Mercantile Mall
Where to find the Weed Press:
Weed Post Office
Pilot Travel Center
COS Student Center
97 Mini Mart
Mt. View Shell
Ray’s Food Place
Places to pick up the Dunsmuir News:
The Dunsmuir Post Office