Your e-paper will soon require a login

Starting Sept. 14, 2020, you'll be asked to log in when trying to access the Agweek e-paper.


Soon you’ll need to login to access your e-paper, using the login information that’s tied to your digital account.

Starting Sept. 14, 2020, you'll be asked to log in when trying to access the Agweek e-paper. We had previously opened up access to everyone for a limited time so they could experience the convenience and ease of reading local and regional news on this digital format.

Beginning Sept. 14, 2020, we're adding authentication back into the e-paper, which means users will be asked to log in when trying to read the e-paper online or through the e-paper apps available to download in the Apple App Store or Google Play Store as the “Agweek E-Paper.”

If you already have a digital membership, simply go to the Agweek news site at on your computer, tablet or smartphone. On a desktop computer or tablet, click the “Login” button in the upper right menu. On your mobile device, tap the three horizontal lines in the upper left for the drop down menu. Then select “Login” from the options.

Then, fill in the email address and password associated with your account. Be sure to check the "Keep me logged in" box so you don't have to log in each time you read.


If you are a print subscriber, access to the e-paper is included with your subscription at no additional cost. You will need to set up a digital account that connects to your print subscription information. Go to to connect them. Then, use the info above to log in and read your e-paper.

If you are not a member, but have enjoyed your trial of the e-paper, we ask you to support this local journalism with a membership. There are a variety of subscription options to choose from, and access to the e-paper is included in all of them. View your options at

We are here to assist you in gaining access to the full value of your membership. Please contact the Member Services team with your questions by emailing or by calling 1-800-274-5445. We appreciate your support of local journalism in your community.

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