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- 1 How do I contact the Kansas City Star?
- 2 How much does it cost to subscribe to Kansas City Star?
- 3 How much is the Sunday Kansas City Star newspaper?
- 4 How much is an obituary in The Kansas City Star?
- 5 How do I get a copy of my Kansas City Star?
- 6 Where is the Kansas City Star located?
- 7 When was the Kansas City Star founded?
How do I contact the Kansas City Star?
Please visit the Subscription Service Center or call 1-877-962-7827.
How much does it cost to subscribe to Kansas City Star?
$159.99 for 1 Year | Renews annually. Cancel anytime. Get unlimited access to stories on our website and app. Access to subscriber-only features, investigative reporting, and more.
How much is the Sunday Kansas City Star newspaper?
$15.99 per month after.
How much is an obituary in The Kansas City Star?
Until today, The Star charged people based on a sliding, per-line fee after the first eight lines. As of 2017 (when I last checked prices), lines nine to 11 were $114; lines 12 to 15 were $170; and every additional five lines was $39. Now it’s a flat fee of $68 per column inch.
How do I get a copy of my Kansas City Star?
Nothing says “history” like the front page of the newspaper — and you can get your copies of The Kansas City Star commemorating the Chiefs’ big Super Bowl win here. Visit The Star’s store website at KansasCity.com/store for copies of the Feb. 3 newspaper.
Where is the Kansas City Star located?
Location: 1729 Grand Blvd, Kansas City, MO 64108. President and publisher: Mi-Ai Parrish. Print readership: 553,200 daily and 770,300 Sunday. Official Web site: KansasCity.com.
When was the Kansas City Star founded?
The Kansas City Star, daily newspaper published in Kansas City, Mo., the leading paper of the region and one of the great newspapers of the United States. Headquarters of the Kansas City Star, Kansas City, Mo. It was established in 1880 by William Rockhill Nelson and a partner, who soon retired.