NOW YOU CAN GET NORTH IDAHO NEWS VIA RSS!

It's a new service from us that brings the latest Rural Northwest News to you automatically using an RSS reader.

What is RSS? Well, the simple answer is it stands for Really Simple Syndication. Technically, it's an XML specification used by news sites (and many others) across the Internet to send out their content to a rapidly growing audience.

To use RSS you'll need a RSS reader. For the Mac OS X platform, one of the most popular is NetNewsWire Ranchero Software. For Microsoft Windows, SharpReader and for those using Microsoft Outlook Attensa for Outlook is a great choice. However, there are many, many others for OS X, MS Windows, and Linux. Use the links below to learn more.

To use our RSS feed, just click the orange XML button above or the link below and drop this url into your reader:

http://www.ruralnorthwest.com/rss/news.xml

For more technical information about RSS, check xml.com

For a listing of some popular RSS readers, check blogspace.com

And if you are a fan of RSS, we'd appreciate hearing from you. What do you think of our service? We'd love to hear any thoughts you might care to share.

From RuralNorthwest.com.