New website good for readers, community


The Uinta County Herald is excited to announce its new website, which went live on Sunday. Not only is the new site far more pleasing to the eye, but it’s more functional, it’s easier to navigate and we’re including much more news on the new site.

Instead of posting a story or two per issue, nearly all of our content from the printed paper will now be available online, some of it even before we go to press. We’re now able to include more photos of community events, too.

Another new feature allows readers to comment on stories. We trust that community members will be responsible and keep comments PG-rated, and if they’re not, we’ll have to delete them. Multiple offenders will be banned from making comments — don’t make us do that, please. 

While we’ve been able to post breaking news on our site in the past, the new website allows us to do so more efficiently and quickly, and we can still send notifications to subscribers about breaking news and informational posts. 

Readers are now allowed to share news articles, features, obituaries, etc. with friends via social media, making it easier for anyone who might be interested in certain content.

We’re very excited to bring this fresh, new look to the community, and we hope you enjoy it. Old content is not available on our new site, but we’ve posted several stories over the past week or two as we built up to our launch.

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact our editor, Bryon Glathar, at (307) 789-6560.

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