By: E&P Staff
The Marinette, Wis.-based, EagleHerald will shift its production cycle from the afternoon to the early morning, Publisher and General Manager Dennis Colling told employees Tuesday.
The change is expected to take effect by the end of the year and is meant to accommodate EagleHerald readers who want more time to enjoy the paper during the day.
Colling told The Associated Press that the EagleHerald will be at newsstands early in the morning, and information on the newspaper’s Web site will be updated early in the day.
The paper, which publishes Monday through Saturday, was created 10 years ago last summer with the merger of the Marinette Eagle-Star and the Menominee (Mich.) Herald-Leader.