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story.lead_photo.caption The new News-Times app allows readers to access both our e-Edition and the latest stories from our website.

We here at the News-Times are so thankful that even during these tumultuous times we are able to continue our work to provide you with the most up-to-date local news and information. In that vein, we have launched a brand-new app that allows our subscribers to enjoy 24/7 unlimited access to all our news content.

Our new dual-purpose app lets you read the News-Times in the format you’re used to seeing in our old app, plus you can receive breaking and latest news updates in the new mobile-friendly custom newsfeed.

The app is available to download for both iOS and Android devices by looking for El Dorado News-Times in your app store. Remember that if you are a current print subscriber, digital access is included as part of your subscription. And if you are not a subscriber, go to to sign up for either a print or digital subscription. Just hit the yellow Subscribe button and choose the subscription type that bests fits your lifestyle.

You can now view every section of the daily newspaper in an enhanced digital replica presentation. There are also options to play videos, view slides shows, and work interactive puzzles all within the replica edition as well. Additionally, you will receive up-to-the minute information through push alerts and through the custom in-app latest news feed. Watch for ads in the El Dorado News-Times that will give you even more details about the capabilities of our new app.

Local newspapers are more vital than ever as we work to bring you the latest information on the coronavirus and other news that affects your life and our community. We appreciate your support and look forward to serving you for years to come.

Rita Haldeman

General Manager

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