Inside today's Journal-World, you'll notice a difference. And it's one we think you'll like.
We've retooled the newspaper so we can sharpen our focus on local news - the news that directly affects you, your family and your neighbors.
From City Hall to your street, Lawrence news anchors the A section of a three-section paper on Monday through Friday. The Lawrence & State page now appears on Page 3A of the first section, followed by obituaries and the rest of the day's local news. Regional, national and international news moves to the back of the front section. The Opinion page also moves to the first section.
In this new configuration, we've anchored popular features, such as comics, puzzles and Annie's Mailbox, in the second section.
With local, national and international news in the first section, Sports opens the second section, followed by Business, comics and puzzles, and the weather page.
Pulse takes the lead in our third section, followed by Classifieds.
"Local news is what sets the Journal-World apart," said managing editor Dennis Anderson. "We are now giving our readers what they want at the front of the paper. The new three-section configuration also makes it easier to navigate the newspaper's news and special features."
Let us know what you think. Call or e-mail Anderson at 832-7194 or firstname.lastname@example.org.