The Winston County Journal, The Webster Progress-Times, and The Choctaw Plaindealer are joining many others with a Black Friday deal that will give readers a tremendous subscription deal. On Friday, November 25, readers can call (662) 773-6241 or stop by the main office located at 233 North Court Avenue in Louisville for 13-month subscriptions for only $13 each. That is the best deal ever on subscriptions, a whopping 77% percent off the newsstand price for over a year of Winston, Webster and/or Choctaw county news, sports, and information. The offer is available in person or by phone Friday, November 25, from 8 a.m. until noon or from midnight to 11:59 p.m. on our website. For only $13, new or inactive subscribers can get 13 months of the print edition of The Winston County Journal, The Webster Progress-Times or The Choctaw Plaindealer delivered to their mailbox, including 24/7/365 access to the many features online at www.RedHillsMsNews .com for coverage from local news to statewide events. Chasatie Fisher, publisher of the three publications, said the Black Friday sale has become one of the newspaper's most successful promotions since it was started several years ago. "A lot of people take advantage of this discount, and it's hard to keep up with the traffic at times," Fisher said. "If you're trying to call, and the lines are busy, please keep trying. A lot of people purchased additional subscriptions as Christmas presents last year. You can lock in the subscription during the sale, and we can start it after Christmas.” To take advantage of this special offer, sign up at https://www.redhillsmsnews.com/RHNblackfridaydeal. You can also stop by the newspaper office at 233 North Court Avenue in Louisville, between the hours of 8 a.m. and noon on Friday, November 25 or call (662) 773-6241 to pay with a credit card or debit card. Another option is to complete the order form in this week's newspaper ad and mail it to Louisville Publishing, P.O. Box 469, Louisville, MS 39339 with your check or money order. It must be postmarked by Monday, November 28.