About Arizona Republic
The Arizona Republic is the largest newspaper in Arizona. It is a daily newspaper. The newspaper was founded in 1890 by Dwight B. Heard. The newspaper was first known as The Arizona Republican. The company is currently owned by Gannett Company. The Publisher of the newspaper is Mi-Ai Parrish. The Editor is Nicole Carroll. The headquarters are located on Van Buren Street in Phoenix, AZ. There are currently over 300,000 daily subscribers and 800,000 weekend only subscribers. The newspaper is known for being conservative and endorsing several political figures, including George W. Bush, John McCain, and Hillary Clinton.
The Arizona Republic covers stories about politics, entertainment, lifestyle, local news, national news, business news, sports, and much more. With a subscription, you will have unlimited access to news. The Arizona Republic app allows direct access to breaking news as it happens and allows you to stay up-to-date with what is going on. You will also have access to special events, deals, premium content, and more. You can also sign up for the newsletter, which will be breaking news, weather forecasts, recipes, and more that are directly sent to your inbox. The E-Edition of the newspaper is a replica of the paper version but you access it online. On the E-Edition, you can flip through the pages, scan the headlines, and read the stories from any device, any time.
Unlimited Digital Access is available starting at $9.99 per month. You can get Sunday and Wednesday Print Delivery for $12 per month. It includes unlimited digital access. You can get Monday-Sunday Print Delivery for $23.99 per month. It includes unlimited digital access. You are free to cancel your subscription at any time. To cancel the Arizona Republic, follow the cancellation instructions on this page.