Paper needs to allow comments
The Herald’s biggest problem is staying up to date by not allowing comments to your articles when they are so relevant to current times. You make your readers jump through many hoops to be heard. Is this fair or is it The Herald’s way of vetting and keeping those passionate and valid comments from being heard and discussed? You are not a democratic newspaper if you continue to stop any comment to your “valid facts or the biased spin” you may and do present. If you continue to neglect the public from responding to what you print your much read hard copy newspaper will be done. I have clients that wait for your paper. You may be correct and deserving or you may be biased. We want to tell you or comment at an article’s end, not crawl through the maze to get a letter to the editor.
Some of us, in fact, your loyal readers (who follow all you write are loyal, older and do not use Twitter, we do not use Instagram, we may not be on a social network. You are eliminating the largest portion of your readership. All seniors who have stuck by you for many many years..
Get with it Herald. You stand the chance of being an albatross.
Janet Hays Kenmore