MARINETTE — The EagleHerald’s website, ehextra.com, is going through some renovations. Those navigating the site will notice new and improved changes starting Thursday morning.
Everyone will have access to the site, free of charge, for 30 days. After that time, the website will be available to both online and print subscribers. Paid subscribers will be mailed an access code later in August in order to continue unlimited access. Some of our content will remain available to non-subscribers, similar to our current website. The URL is not changing, however, those that wish to read content will be asked to set up an account. This is a simple, 3 step process of providing a screen name, password and email address.
“We are pleased to be able to bring our readers and advertising partners our new and improved website,” said Kathy Springberg, EagleHerald general manager. “The site is designed for easy viewing and navigation on any digital device.”
On the website, subscribers can read everything that is available in the print edition. That includes in-depth local news and sports coverage, community news, opinion pieces, photographs, comics, classified, obituaries and much more. Our online subscribers will also use the website to access the digital version of the EagleHerald.
“We’re excited about the changes and I believe subscribers will enjoy the new design,” Editor Dan Kitkowski said.