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(See W e re w in co ny rded the ing riv nd unla y’s Lew most 25 d Al ’t gr — lo ap en w est pric hic.) a a wer AHSAHKAthe age of 81, forence ry in Frid id not list if an item e even The total at o, d ito .” ag d e s s w pt fr B. (Bert) ar d n as on om ke ye A Walmart sale. We o Mayor A. Tribu . In a w ha iston e charges rrain vemer Orofinin his wheelchair at cheapest as the way of kn ve no t s th sa e -te at is v ow ll $3 rt Dam, ll a in k ie 1. a Cu g 92. The world if stores ac the y N s Dworsha Marguerite , tion, driven b ior to the the base of e monolith a succes lin retailer w ’s largest ever char tually pr le he ed th McLaugh o as ge ar T ile-long d ic cl fo e th -m h lde e h 53 . s e ah lowed by regular pr re d th ra te c tu e ic r p s ed former Id r Al e a a pr ic be c d w rtan to sons at $3 TVs w We didn’t e. tes’ state sena inma said two A use reservoir ers at $38.7.29 and Rosauco that were upons or deals story ed. behind don’t incl 25. Those totals on h ly s va a ud lid quantity e cr it would a larger than for a Safeway sales tax. w ou as on r forever be lis th e on e t. expensiv But we di e based on most d cl co ub prices unt recreationthe items all of to Albertsons at Safeway and al mecca nut butte other than peabecause th r, which it st or Clearwater e es offer the carry in th didn’t . sa ty vings for free to Coun lected for e amount seills willing to anyone who is Today, yle M Even with the price check. ne/K informatioprovide nominal those who is Tribu more butter, Sa out the peanut s a n t su e ch as thei e feway cam telephone ew Curt tr kn S r $3 th e 7.41. nu in at Six And we fo mber. say he down But that in h C un 4 tc d e th E Walmart at no way str might be guarante ear PAG di in float, es ore y lowest pr dn’t have the drowning Lodge de. shop at W people who phom t was too ice in ever e o s id s o n o al so y m I hn a y art sp Albertso m case. ne/David Jo regret am t. eM ar less than “But e coldes w.” Tribu those who end en ding ththis year’s p had six ite ns, for instan ok by g lu d br m o th c in ce r ne n ot s , a h do s in go he ms that co an tc’ve no-wa to r stores fo ab a en gw s. t v w ise bu in e l th oats, ok part in Ho y om al p st an d “I r w pr is to u a variety le n ta those eatsp big a bi g, less reasons. cold Tribune Wrin peop of evfu y to s aring ba id. undle vth almart, would e “I ur ies to you at loca te out of yo is enllthinouthgh a y at The ke Most de could bittihce we hed TribIundon’t know ak Reservoir st e sa archives in one inl groceryho hebudget do common Trib s Dworshhow wel k, the th an ara he d w gloves,ds when onlyyering, shthough sk stpe m.ce the differe or’tes Da n, aewh gren h wee edtiv l apr-les, like thune illustration/Steve Ha ak ? c se,” s e- the p ey wante ps, th oc astfo fe io sh , a la u e er l ity it s or E is, o a ie nc rt on , is s ll h Dw m ic e dn oner ly 1 cent was p illed ov di b ose pictured toch ire Bert Cu atinngeac onmaatbe ifor my for the ite iloreadhub of bo all th , knit ca ots. 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Annual Contract Daily Rates

6-12 13-25 26-51 52+ $37 $35 $33 $28 $43 $41 $39 $34 $53 $51 $49 $44 $56 $54 $52 $47 $59 $57 $55 $50 $61 $59 $57 $52 $64 $62 $60 $55 $66 $64 $62 $57 Sunday preprint insertion rate $2.00 per 1,000 additional to daily contract rates

For Partial Distribution (less than full run) add $2 per thousand to the above figures. Preprint minimum charge will be for 4,500 pieces. No insertion available on Tuesdays in the Tribune or Daily News.


Classified Advertising Rates Classified Display Ads Per Column Inch Weekday Sunday Base Rate.............................$12.14......................$12.87 Recruitment Rate .................$13.75......................$14.30

Frequency Discounts If you are running the same ad multiple times within a 7 day period, apply the frequency discount percentage on 2nd and subsequent ads.

Insertion Discount 1............................ Full Price 2.....................................30% 3.....................................40% 4.....................................40% 5.....................................40% 6.................................. FREE

Classified Line Ads Classified line rates vary by category of business. Call 208-746-4237 or 800-745-4237 (from Idaho or Washington only) for a price quote. All rates are based on a 4-line minimum. Sunday rates are slightly higher than daily rates. Contract agreements offering a 20% discount are available for private parties and businesses that schedule a minimum 4-line ad to run every day of the month for a minimum of three months.

Commitment Level

$1,500 $3,500 $4,500 $6,000 $8,000 $10,500 $14,000 $18,500 $25,000 $32,000 $45,000 $55,000 $75,000 $100,000 $130,000

Daily Rate

$11.35 $10.62 $10.38 $10.14 $9.89 $9.53 $9.29 $9.04 $8.92 $8.56 $8.32 $8.07 $7.83 $7.71 $7.47

Sun/Wed Rate

$12.61 $11.84 $11.58 $11.33 $11.07 $10.68 $10.42 $10.17 $10.04 $9.65 $9.40 $9.14 $8.88 $8.75 $8.37

Interim annual spending levels are available. Not applicable to recruitment advertising.

Advertising Services Available • FREE professional ad design. • FTP upload/download for sending and receiving files. • E-tears provided at no charge. Additional tearsheets will be charged at 25¢ each. • Guaranteed Placement: We only guarantee ad placement with additional premium placement charge of 25% of space cost.

Mechanical Requirements RETAIL

Standard size page - 6 columns Advertising ordered over 18 inches in depth will be billed at 20 inches.

Columns. ..................... Inches 1................................1.5625” 2....................................3.25” 3................................4.9375” 4..................................6.625” 5................................8.3125” 6.......................................10” 13 (Double Truck)........ 21” x 20”

CLASSIFIED

8-column format-page size 10”x20” Advertising over 18 inches in depth will be billed at 20 inches

Columns........................... Inches 1................................ 1.1771” 2................................ 2.4375” 3................................ 3.6979” 4................................ 4.9583” 5................................ 6.2187” 6................................ 7.4792” 7................................ 8.7396” 8....................................... 10”

Retail Deadlines Reservation and Day Ad Running Copy Deadline Sunday...................... 8 a.m. Thursday Monday..................... 4 p.m. Thursday Tuesday..........................4 p.m. Friday Wednesday..................8 a.m. Monday Thursday.....................4 p.m. Monday Friday..........................4 p.m. Tuesday Saturday.................4 p.m. Wednesday TV TODAY MAGAZINE Inserted Sunday........12 noon Monday ADviser.................. 12 noon Thursday Early deadlines for holidays

Classified Deadlines REGULAR CLASSIFIED: Line ads that run Tuesday through Friday deadline is 4:30p.m. day prior to publication. Saturday deadline is 4:00p.m. on Friday. Sunday ad deadline is 5:00p.m. on Friday. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY: Sunday ads12 noon Thursday; Monday ads-4p.m. Thursday; Tuesday ads-12 noon Friday; Wednesday ads-12 noon Monday; Thursday ads-2p.m. Tuesday; Friday ads-4p.m. Tuesday; Saturday ads-4p.m. Wednesday

2014 Lewiston Tribune Advertising Rate Card  
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