My mail did not arrive on Tuesday which meant neither did my Herald newspaper. So at 8 p.m. that night I drove to the QFC on Broadway to buy the Tuesday Herald and I got the last one on the stand.
I was just curious how much advance time and thought went into The Herald’s decision to discontinue daily home delivery?
The morning print paper is a welcome format many of us more mature subscribers prefer.
Would there be any chance like an Elon Musk moment to change the decision and return to home on-the-porch delivery?
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