has arrived

By | December 20, 2001 12:00 am

Emily Moorehead
For over four years, online readers have enjoyed The Expositor via the world wide web, and now they have reason to enjoy it even more with the arrival of the new web site,
Premiering today, has the print staff of The Expositor excited for many reasons: the radical redesign of the site, its easy navigation and, among other new features, a completely searchable article database.
“Readers have been asking for years to be able to access a wider online range of news items,” said Suzanne Dickerson, Expositor publisher.
“Our new web site allows them to do that with ease.”
The internal search engine for news archives is keyword driven, meaning a reader has only to enter the word(s) or phrase desired in the search box, and the program will return every item on the web site which includes the requested
With this searchable database, readers will have access to select stories and columns for up to six months of past newspaper issues*.
This is goods news for readers because it increases availability of hometown news, allowing residents the capability to share stories about their community with family and friends around the globe, and for a more extended period of time.
Other new features have been included as well.
Readers may now access the Church Directory online, as well as the community Events Calendar (the popular “Here and There” section of The Expositor) and an instant Weather Forecast feature is present for up-to-the-minute weather predictions for White County.
Also, a complete directory for The Expositor Expo Info telephone line is located on the site.
“ compliments our print services,” said Dickerson, “and we are looking forward to readers’ comments and suggestions on how to better serve the information needs of our area.”
[*NOTE: will premiere with news archives beginning on December 20, 2001.
Back issues of The Expositor may be purchased at the Bockman Way location, as supplies last.]

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