Below you will find our available RSS feeds. For information and instructions on how to use these RSS feeds, please scroll further down this page.
As a service to its readers, who increasingly look at many different Web sites over the course of the day, the MailTribune.com now offers free headlines via "RSS." RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication or Rich Site Summary.
RSS allows news sites to easily syndicate content in a format that is quickly accessible to readers. Unlike most of MailTribune.com, which is based on HTML, RSS uses an XML-based format. the MailTribune.com's feeds include headlines, descriptions and links to articles currently on the site. As the site is updated so are the feeds.
To use RSS, you will need a special RSS news reader or aggregator that will allow you to collect and display the RSS content. MailTribune.com does not provide these, but there are many available for download online and many of them are free. Most news readers are applications that you download and install. Some come with browsers, such as Mozilla's Firefox browser. Others are web-based services you sign up for that work inside your browser.
To subscribe to one of the MailTribune.com's feeds, just copy and paste the url of one of the links according to the instructions of your news reader.
Subscribers to any of the MailTribune.com RSS feeds are subject to the same user agreement that applies to the rest of the site.
Here's a list of free RSS readers. The Mail Tribune is not recommending one over the other and we cannot provide any technical support for any reader. It is your responsiblity to select the reader that best suits your needs and to contact the developer if you run into problems.