The menu is now seen by clicking the "hamburger" icon ( ) in the black bar at the top left of each page. Additionally, when you first view the home page on a desktop computer, the most popular content is located in a visible menu in the same black bar at the top of the page.
Local news articles can be viewed from a number of different locations on the website. First, as you scroll down past the featured story on the headlines section on the homepage, you’ll see a column for local news. Second, If you navigate to the “News” page, Local/Regional News is the first column on that page. Finally, there is an entire page dedicated to only Local and Regional news that can be accessed via the News page or the menu.
The Obituaries link can be found at the top of the home page or by accessing the main menu and clicking on the obituaries link.
If you would like to see the weather, just click on the current weather icon and temperature at the top of the page in the black bar. Additionally, you can access the forecast on the home page from under the large The Journal logo at the top of the home page. If you would like to dive into the local weather a bit more, feel free to click on the “Full Forecast” button at the bottom of the weather pop-up to be directed to our weather provider, darksky.net.
There is a section about half of the way down the home page that will show you the latest photo gallery content. Additionally, the video and gallery content pages are accessible from the menu as well as the most popular menu items that appear at the top of the home page.
Yes! If a photograph is available for purchase, a shopping cart symbol ( ) will appear beneath the photo. Clicking the icon will transfer you to a service that will allow you to purchase that photo in a number of different sizes.
Yes! Either find the Community Calendar widget that appears in the main content of the home page, news page, or opinion page and in the right hand sidebar of most other pages. Then click the “Add Event” button at the bottom of the widget. Additionally, you can navigate to the “Calendar” from our menu options and then click on the bright blue “Add Event” button on that page.
The form to send a letter to the editor is located on the Opinion page (this page can be accessed from the main menu). Additionally, you can navigate to this form by clicking on the link at the very bottom (the footer) of the website.
Yes! Scroll to the footer on any page to find the “Subscribe” section. Select the email list(s) you would like to be added to, enter your email address in the form and click “Sign Up”. That’s it!
We’ve made it really easy to report issues with your delivery. When you are on The Journal website, scroll all the way down to the footer of any page and locate the link titled “Suspend/Report Missing Newspaper”. Click on this link and completely fill out the form on the page you are taken to.
Yes! It’s really easy! When you are on The Journal website, scroll all the way down to the footer of any page and locate the link titled “Suspend/Report Missing Newspaper”. Click on this link and completely fill out the form on the page you are taken to.
The web address of a lot of the content on The Journal website has changed with the most recent redesign. However, we have made a valiant effort to redirect any old pages to the new ones with the same content. What does this mean? It means that if you have bookmarked a page from the old site and you click on that bookmark, it should take you to the same page on the new website.
It's easy to access your subscription account and your digital access. Click the Log In button in the top left corner and when prompted, enter your Username and Password.
If you are a current subscriber please go to the main menu and click the 'Subscribe' link or click the ‘Get The Herald” button in the footer. When you land on this page you will see a link for current subscribers to register that will need to verify your subscription against our database. Just click the “Register” link on the paywall or at the bottom of any page and follow the simple instructions to get access.
Click on the Log In button. Click on "Can't access your account" then click "Register Now". You can request a Username and Password to log in to the website and your account
We cannot sustain the newsroom with advertising revenue alone. We are asking that you purchase articles so that we may continue producing news and information that is valuable. We won’t be charging for hosted world and national news content.
Follow the “Subscribe” link in the navigation menu or from the bottom of any page on the website to view our subscription prices, or go straight to subscriptions.The-Journal.com/circstore.
Every month, you can view up to 3 free articles on The Journal website. Once you exceed 3 articles, you will be prompted to purchase either a subscription or pay for a single article. Our hosted national and world news content will always be free so you can get all your news in one place.
All subscriptions purchased through the website will renew automatically.
For purchases through the website, you’ll be able to use any major credit card. We also accept checks and cash for payment on mailed invoices.
No, but if the person you sent the article to has reached their limit of 3 free articles per month, they will be asked to pay to read the article.
Call or email the Circulation Department with any questions [email protected] or 970-375-4530.
Call or email the Circulation Department with any questions [email protected]com or 970-375-4530.
You can cancel a few different ways: by logging into your account through the website (see Question 2); by calling Reader Services at 970-375-4530; or by emailing Reader Services at [email protected].
No, there is no fee to cancel a subscription.