The Print Edition of the Herald Might Look a Little Different This Week. Here's Why.
... and the online version might be late
March 11, 2021
Your Herald might look a little different this week. First of all, and most important, long-time Editor Brian Hess has moved on to a new position. Brian had been employed at the Herald since 1999 and he did a lot of good work while he was here.
He will be missed. As will all the work that he did every week. We have not yet filled the editor position, so all the work that Brian did has been divided up. That means the workload has substantially increased for several of us in the office. We might miss something or not do something the same way that Brian did it.
Second, we’ve changed the software that we use for the Herald’s layout and design. This means that some things like the type fonts might look different.
Also, because of Brian's absence, we're a little shorthanded when it comes to posting the Herald's stories online. This is a task that requires a significant amount of time and attention, so we were a little slower than usual getting the online Herald up to date. We apologize.
So, if your Herald looks a little different this week, or is a bit late, those are the reasons why. Please be patient with us as we conduct the search for our next editor and work out the bugs of adopting new software.
As always, if you have a thought about the Herald, what we do or how we do it, we’d love to hear from you. Please contact us at (814) 793-2144 or [email protected]
Thank you for your patience.