Herald moves to new downtown locationMarch 3, 2021
By OLIVIA INGLE
JASPER — The Herald has moved to a new location in downtown Jasper.
The newspaper office is now located in suite 302 on the third floor of the Old National Bank building at One DCB Plaza, Jasper.
The Herald had been at its previous location at 216 E. Fourth St. since 1963.
“With the printing of The Herald in Owensboro, Kentucky, it made more sense to move our staff into a smaller space at the Old National Bank building,” said Herald Publisher Courtney Shuttle. “We’re excited about the space and look forward to continuing to serve this community for years to come.”
While the newspaper's physical address has changed, its mailing address remains the same: PO Box 723, Jasper, IN 47546.
The Herald office remains closed to the public due to COVID-19, however, reporters and advertising representatives are available by phone and email.
The Herald office can be reached at 812-482-2424.
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