The Harrodsburg Herald’s website has a new look. The site features a clean and updated feel and is more user-friendly.
Stories and issues important to the community are being placed front and center on the main page. Top stories will be easily located by a scrolling view of headlines and pictures.
A breaking news ticker will run at the top of the screen for easy access to late breaking stories. Just below the top stories will be access to the latest eedition as well as links to area news and local sports.
No matter what device customers view the website on, it will be readable and user-friendly. So if accessing the page on a tablet or smartphone, it will be resized for that device. The event calendar will feature more details for each event, so the community can keep up-to-date with the happenings in the area.
“We are excited about the changes to the website. We think it will provide a much better experience for our viewers when they visit,” said Managing Editor Daarik Gray. “We want to keep up with the latest trends in the newspaper industry, and we believe this is a step in the right direction.”