Herald Review to keep bringing you news
To our readers:
The Herald Review was first published many years ago and hasn’t stop publishing since — not during the Spanish flu pandemic that began in 1918, spreading throughout the world including Osceola County, and not when there was great uncertainty in the country on Sept. 11, 2001 and the time following.
We haven’t missed an issue in all that time, and we will not during the ongoing health crisis. During the ongoing stay-at-home order, media like the Herald Review have permission to continue operations in order to ensure access to reliable and accurate information.
Starting today you will notice some changes to the newspaper. We’ve combined sections and expanded others. We’re focused on answering the myriad questions we all have. How this crisis will unfold is uncertain, but delivery of your newspaper and online news at theheraldreview.com is not.
We are taking considerable precautions at our production facilities, including staggering shifts and thoroughly cleaning equipment.
The health of our community and your access to critical information are our top priorities. To that end, if you haven’t already, please activate your digital subscription at theheraldreview. You can sign up for emails that will keep you informed of the latest news. This is critical in the event that some unforeseen issue prevents us from getting the newspaper to you.
Thank you for relying on us during this time. If you have any issues, please reach out to our customer service team at theheraldreview.
Editor, Herald Review