I lived in NE Iowa for ten years, which is how I became acquainted with this fine newspaper. Immediately after moving to Oregon I purchased a digital subscription so that I could keep in touch with my home state. This paper is attractively laid-out, does a great job covering the tri-state area, and its use of colorful graphics and beautiful photos enhances the information-delivering ability of this paper. Highly recommended!
The TH online is easy to navigate, easy to see for my aging eyes, consistently delivered on time, and no clutter when I’m finished reading it. Also, I can share articles or cartoons with friends, print out a copy of anything I want to keep, and go back into past issues at any time.
While there were some improvements with the new version (e.g., when it unexpectedly returns to the app home screen, it mostly remembers which page I had been reading and returns me there instead of making me scroll through every page to get back to the right place), the loss of ability to share articles by email is a *big problem. Why offer “share” when the methods (like the Notes app) are practically useless?
As a 75 year old female it sometimes takes a few attempts to grasp new ventures. My husband and I sat in our comfy recliners and read and discussed the morning paper every day for years now! Well, imagine a change in plans led us to get on board with new habits - yes, reading Monday edition online. My word, the hubby only knew Candy Crush game on our desktop computer! Now the old “hog” can’t stop his daily routine SURFING - starting with the TH morning edition. Bless him for expanding his world - and then curses for making me buy a Samsung tablet so now I can enjoy my daily TH. Ain’t life great? Expand your world! P.S. our 10 yr old granddaughter helped us get all set up.
Love on-line viewing & opportunity to look back at editions, but would like to see those red circles covering article headlines reduced in size. Makes it very difficult to read article headlines. Maybe some other type of symbol
Enjoy using the app, especially when we are out of town. The only criticism I dare mention is its inability to remain stationary if I have to leave the app. When I return, it resets. Probably cannot be helped, but somewhat annoying to have to search for the page where I was.
As a card carrying geezer I fear that even I may live to see the demise of print media we know it. I have begun to embrace reading the TH on my phone and hope that will endure. I have been reading the TH for 55+ years. Keep up the good work! Bruce Kraus Belmont, WI
It is to bad we can not get UNBIASED reporting. At one time newspapers provided that. But that was long ago! Almost without exception your articles reporting on issues in America and even around the world are directly from the Washington Post. I would ask that you begin or return to providing articles from both sides of the issues and allow your readers to make decisions on the proper course of action. Thank you
The only criticism I have of the puzzles is once you leave them to look at another site, you lose them and have to start over. I also do puzzles in USA Today and that doesn’t happen. If there is a way that you could fix that, please do.
All in all, the Telegraph Herald is one of the best newspapers In the upper Midwest. It has many fine columns and very good coverage of the region. I believe it’s fair and impartial. However, I’m a little disappointed that the house of the week has been taken away in the Sunday paper. My wife and I like to critique the designs, and if we like one, we would print it out for future consideration. We believe we have maybe one more house in us to build. Other than that, keep up the good work!
Quite often we have to sign . My wife e mailed you and NO ONE took time to answer her concerns , WHY ??? Your response is like the pony express. Get with it and reply to her e mail of Sep 20 th . Very disappointed and the newspaper is getting thinner and thinner and we are paying the same HIGH price . Dennis Gansemer
What the hell is going on? Do U not test ap before U change from old 2 new! An email or some type of warning would have helped! It is 12:42 PM & I still don’t have it open! “HELP” Have a service Rep call me! Jay D Kolker
The Telegraph Herald app is the easiest way to keep up with Dubuque news. Choose the e-edition and flip through the pages of our print edition, or check in with live news and see new stories that have been added throughout the day. Use your existing TelegraphHerald.com username and password to gain access to the app.