Starting Wednesday, Jan. 3, subscribers in Douglas County will receive the Wednesday and Friday print editions of the Douglas County Sentinel with mail delivered by the United States Postal Service. While USPS delivery may be later in the day than the current delivery, it will be consistent and will be made on the day of publication.

The Sunday print edition of the Douglas County Sentinel will continue to be delivered by newspaper carriers on Sunday mornings. On most Sundays, deliveries should be completed by 7:00 a.m.

The newspaper's website, douglascountysentinel.com, provides early morning access to news from Douglas County. A digital replica of the print edition is uploaded to the website at 3 a.m. each Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. Breaking news and updates are added to the website during the week. The website is available to print edition subscribers at no additional cost. If you are a print edition subscriber and have not registered on the newspaper's website, please visit the website to register and to receive complete access.

The staff of the Douglas County Sentinel looks forward to continuing to provide you with Douglas County's most complete local news, information, sports and photos along with money-saving advertising from local businesses and services.

Should you have any delivery concerns, please phone our customer service center at (770) 214-2285. The center is open 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, and 7:00 a.m. to noon on weekends.

Thank you for your patronage and continued support.

Marvin Enderle,publisher

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