It's a New Era for the Herald
Photo courtesy of the Blair County Chamber of Commerce
The Herald staff thanks all who helped make the ribbon-cutting event a success. This includes (front row, from left) Chamber Ambassador Sherri Stayer; Sue Ann Feather, representing state Rep. Jim Gregory; Herald Publisher and Co-owner Allan Bassler; former Herald Publisher David Snyder; Executive Director of Morrisons Cove Memorial Park Chuck Gojmerac; Herald Editor Anna Baughman; Amanda Walker, representing state Sen. Judy Ward; Chamber President Joe Hurd; Chamber Ambassador Bonnie Hand; (back row, from left) Herald Composing Manager Dessie Carpenter; Herald Intern Duncan Weigand; Herald Publisher's Assistant Lugene Shelly; Herald Staff Writer Rick Boston; Herald Circulation Manager Pam Michaels; Herald Bookkeeper Martin Bakner; and Herald Photographer Gary Baranec.
On Wednesday, June 1, the Herald opened the doors on a new phase of its service to the Cove community.
On that day, supporters, friends and past owners and publishers of the Herald gathered to help us celebrate our move to a new home. As of that day, the Herald is officially in a new office space. We're now housed in the Morrisons Cove Memorial Park building. Our official address is 209 S. Walnut St., Martinsburg 16662. Our phone numbers and email addresses remain the same. Not much has changed other than our physical location.
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