We have made it super easy to cancel Lexington Herald-Leader News subscription
at the root to avoid any and all mediums "The McClatchy Company" (the developer) uses to bill you.
Now let us get into the crux of this guide.
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A few things to note and do before cancelling:
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By Dan Loves Debbie
I don’t live in Lexington anymore but it’s great to keep up with the things going on there. The app is much better than any we have here. Glad they are investing in good reporting!
You guys could actually run more adds Ang should. They’re aren’t exactly to the point of annoying yet. Nice work
Because of a family crises, I’ve been in California since February. I could not stay abreast of current events in Lexington if the Herald-Leader didn’t provide access to news worthy topics around town. I appreciate knowing how things will have changed once I return to My Old Kentucky Home.
How are Lexington Herald – Leader has become a joke and an embarrassment to the citizens of Lexington. It seems to be rampant with spelling and grammar errors, incomplete obituary information lags behind to the point where sometimes the funeral service or visitation has been held before it appears in the paper if that’s what you want to call this. I find it odd that there seems to be an overabundance of articles and information about UK sports while the rest of the paper suffers for journalism that is incorrect and/lacking. This move to Louisville was supposed to make things so much better but sadly that is not the result and this is the Shame. Rick Young
I have a recurring subscription. About once a month, the app locks me out of reading the paper. It goes to a screen asking me to subscribe or sign in. But the link to sign in doesn’t open. The issue resolves itself in about a day. So I loose one issue a month because of this problem.
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