Newspaper subscriptions and purchases have been in steady decline over the last two decades, however there are still many who prefer to get the daily news this way.

According to journalism.org, newspapers hit their peak circulation in America in 1973, reaching over over 63 million readers nationwide. That number remained virtually identical through 1990. By 2016, the number of newspaper readers was down to just over 34 million, dropping by over 7 million in the last two years.

Just a couple weeks ago, the Denver Post laid off 1/3 of their writing staff, letting go of 30 employees.

So, we'd like to know do you, a Wyoming resident still subscribe to a newspaper or get your news elsewhere. If you don't see an answer that fits you best in this question, please elaborate in the "other" category.