How to subscribe to the Times Record
If you’ve ever thought about trying the Times Record, or another trial, now is a good time to do so. A special introductory price of $ 1 for 6 months is now available.
To take advantage of the offer, please visit www.swtimes.com or go directly to https://help.timesrecordnews.com/subscription-services and click “Register Now”.
There are also options for a print Sunday subscription with unlimited digital access at $ 1.61 per week for the first three months, billed at $ 7 per month. That’s a saving of 50%.
Monday through Sunday print delivery subscriptions are $ 2.64 per week for the first three months, billed at $ 11.50 per month. This is a saving of 50%. Printed subscriptions come with an online subscription.
In addition to articles on important city government votes, such as those highlighting the Fort Smith liquor tax before it was finally repealed by the city’s board of directors, reporters at The Times Record strives to keep readers informed of national and local elections, as well as local and regional elections. impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
We keep readers informed of new business and restaurant developments. And our sports reporters provide the best coverage of local preparation sports. Our online photo galleries continue to capture life in Fort Smith and our wider community.
The Times Record’s Lifestyle section is the destination for local arts and entertainment, education and business news, as well as local wedding anniversaries, weddings, and national columnists Sharon Randall and Abigail Van Buren, aka “Dear Abby”.
The political columns of two of Arkansas’ most respected writers, Steve Brawner and Steve Barnes, are also available on swtimes.com.
In addition to news from Fort Smith and Sebastian County, Times Record readers also receive articles from our sister newspapers: The Press-Argus Courier in Van Buren, The Booneville Democrat, The Paris Express and The Charleston Express. As part of the USA Today Network, a digital subscription also gives Times Record readers access to news from across the country.
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Access the Times Record on our app
The Times Record offers two apps: the Times Record News app and the Times Record E-Edition.
The Times Record E-Edition makes it easy and quick to view the digital replica of the printed edition, every day.
Each application can be customized to your liking. Both are available on the Apple App Store or on Google Play by searching for “Southwest Times Record”.
For Apple users, the Times Record News app requires iOS 11.2 or later, and the Times Record E-Edition app requires iOS 8.0 or later. Both are compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Here are the links on Google Play: Times Record News App and Times Record E-Edition.
The apps let you save articles for offline viewing and offer a clean reading experience with the ability to change font sizes, slide-out photo galleries, and customizable news alerts so you stay informed whenever news is happening.
When news comes in we let you know
With the Times Record News app, you can customize notifications so you can hear the news as it happens. You can select alerts for breaking news, news, sports, entertainment, weather, traffic, and business. These alerts send a variety of stories right to your phone’s lock screen. Quiet times for your alerts can be set in the app.
What about home delivery?
All of the digital benefits mentioned in this article are also included in a subscription that includes home delivery.
A sample of our great journalism
North Ninth Street ‘lifeline’ for Blacks in Fort Smith during segregation
How Gada Wagner became a real scoring option for the Waldron boys, District 3A-4 champions
Lunar New Year: Four Vietnamese recount their arrival in Fort Smith
How Senate Bill 208 Could Affect Open Meetings in Arkansas
Residents react to city incidents; administrator open to transparency suggestions
Chad Colley, national inspiration and Vietnam veteran, buried
The city is “committed” to pay the retirement of police and firefighters
District Spends Almost $ 1 Million on Superintendent’s Office
Fort Smith jazz pianists have broken down barriers for black southern musicians
Vintage Vibes has more than 400 guitars, a creative space
Lack of teachers causes schools to close
Barling “selfie studio” first of its kind in Arkansas
Only one veterinarian in Paris retires, animal hospital closes