OCHC Updates Welcome to the new OCHC website

Welcome to the new OCHC website

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Welcome to the new website of the Osage County Herald-Chronicle. The newspaper moved to a new system in addition to the redesign. With the upgrade, you will find new features added periodically. Online subscribers will find their usernames and passwords remain unchanged and will continue to function as normal. In the future, however, the OCHC website will transition to a new subscriber system, which will make enjoying the newspaper and managing subscriptions a breeze.

User registration and comments are currently disabled while OCHC works to implement the new subscriber system. Presently, the newspaper staff remains focused on ironing out any issues with the new online layout. There may be holes or gaps in older stories, but going forward, the new system will allow the enhanced media experience readers have come to expect from modern news outlet websites.

For questions or concerns, feel free to reach out to us via email (ochcnews@gmail.com) or on Facebook.

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