After receiving various concerns from subscribers over our newspapers being delivered through the US Postal Service, the Record-Herald staff was able to respond by locating a carrier willing to deliver the papers instead.
Previously, a handful of routes had been switched to postal service delivery in order to get papers delivered during a carrier shortage. As changes have been occurring, we are attempting to reverse this problem.
By changing the routes being delivered by postal mail back to a carrier-delivered route, papers should once again arrive earlier in the day and more consistently.
There is still a shortage of “Shopper’s Guide” carriers on the weekends. Those interested in helping cover these routes can call or stop by the Record-Herald office.
The Record-Herald office is located at 757 W. Elm St. in Washington Court House. The office telephone number is 740-335-3611. Ask for the circulation department in reference to paper route inquiries.
The Record-Herald staff wants our subscribers to know that we appreciate all of you and are doing our best to meet your expectations.