What's this about?
RSS is short for "Really Simple Syndication" and offers many exciting possibilities for providing alternate methods of getting our news out to you, our readers. It allows you to have updates on stories, obituaries, letters to the editor, WEEKender, real estate listings, blogs and more directly sent to a link in your browser's tool bar.
What do I need to get started?
Google News Feed Reader
Visit Google's list of mostly free news readers to help your browser show RSS feeds.
Keep an eye our for the RSS symbol on our pages. Currently there are many ways
to access RSS feed information. Our favorite these days is to use the RSS feed
agregator that is built into the new Firefox browser.
OK, I've downloaded my RSS reader or I'm already using an RSS-enabled browser, what do I do now?
Just click on the feed or feeds you're interested in, and we'll walk you through setting up your
First, add the RSS Subscription Extension to your Chrome browser.
Then, just click on an RSS link, and it will automatically open the feed in your browser.
If you view this page in Firefox, when RSS feeds become available, you will have the option
of adding the feeds to your Firefox browser just by subscribing to them from the orange
icon that shows in the lower right corner of the browser window or on the far right
side of the URL in the address bar, depending on your Firefox version.
If you view this page in Internet Explorer version 7, when RSS feeds become available, you will have the option
of adding the feeds to your browser just by subscribing to them from the orange
icon that shows in the toolbar, or viewing them by clicking on the orange RSS or XML button.
We will be offering more and more options for using RSS on our site.