1317 Joshua Ave., Suite L
Parker, Arizona 86344
(928) 669-9624 fax
A Western News&Info, Inc. publication and
A Wick Communications Co. publication.
About The Today's News-Herald
River City Newspapers LLC of Lake Havasu City, Arizona, is jointly owned by Western News&Info, Inc. and Wick Communications.
Formed in 1995, the company's largest publication is the daily Today’s News-Herald newspaper. River City Newspapers (RCN) also publishes the weekly Parker Pioneer in Parker, Arizona; the Havasu Home Hunter, a real estate guide (print); An online real estate search website, HavasuRealEstateSearch.com and other products.
Based at 2225 W. Acoma Blvd. in Lake Havasu City, RCN employs approximately 45 people in Lake Havasu and Parker.
The Parker Pioneer is the primary source of news and information for the Parker, Arizona area. With a year-round population of 16,000 people and thousands of part-time winter and summer residents in the area, Parker is the county seat of LaPaz County.
Complete market and demographic information is available from River City Newspapers.
RCN's philosophy and strategy involve a commitment to seeking continuous improvement of information and advertising products by achieving excellence in customer service, content and understanding of RCN's market and customers.
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To subscribe to The Parker Pioneer by mail, indicate which paper you would like to subscribe to and send your check or money order to:
c/o River City Newspapers
2225 W. Acoma Boulevard
Lake Havasu City, Arizona 86403
To subscribe by telephone, please call (928) 855-2197.
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