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New website focuses on local community
by courierherald
 The Courier Herald Online
Jul 10, 2009 | 12727 views | 0 0 comments | 592 592 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink

    It’s about being part of a community.  It’s a new way of envisioning the experience of interacting with your fellow citizens, and it’s centered around being a newspaper subscriber.  The Courier Herald’s new website, launched on July 1, 2009, is for ALL subscribers.  Yes, that’s right.  Whether you subscribe to the digital edition (delivered to you through our new website) or the print edition (delivered to your home or office), you can still enjoy all the benefits of a free account to

    Along with your free account, you can choose to subscribe online, in print or to purchase your newspaper out of one of our many boxes located throughout the area. You decide the method that works best for you, and then you can use The Courier Herald online to interact with your fellow readers.  Our new website gives you the power to speak up and express yourself about topics that affect our area every day.  That’s the power of a free online account.

    So what else do you get with this account?  A whole lot, and remember, it’s available to ALL subscribers.

    Free account holders can go on and create a profile that will allow them to post blogs and photos about the news that affects them.  It’s very similar to myspace and facebook, but it’s topical to the news and events that are happening locally.  It brings all the power of the Internet to every subscriber and reader of The Courier Herad.  There are also forums, so that every reader can voice there opinions and share their ideas with others in our community. But that’s not all.

    A free account also gives you access to the online versions of all of our major special sections, including Porter’s Guide to Hunting and Fishing in Middle Georgia, The Senior Living Guide, Letters to Santa, and many more.  You’ll also have access to our monthly real estate guide, House Hunter, and interactive content including a gas buddy local gas price map and an interactive online sudoku puzzle.

    The Courier Herald online is also a communications hub.  It’s a new way for our subscribers to interact with their local newspaper.  Members can submit Tell Its! online for printing in The Courier Herald Tell It column. They can submit Hometown News, Letters to the  Editor, Wedding Announcements, Engagements and Who’s New.  You can even upload photos directly on the website.

    Want to call us?  Want to email us?  Go to and go to the contact us page.  There you will find the contact information for our newsroom and advertising departments.  Whether you need to speak to a reporter, post a classified ad, or advertise in The Courier Herald, the website will give you everything you need to get contact the right person.  It’s simple and easy to use.  And it’s free to ALL our subscribers. Get yours today!

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