E-edition

The Daily News e-edition, which is an exact electronic version of the print edition, can be accessed by clicking on the e-edition link at the top of the website’s header at www.huntingdondailynews.com.

While Daily News print subscribers and other readers are able to read a print edition Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, print subscribers also have free access to read a complete digital version of the newspaper six days a week.

This complete digital version is known as an e-edition, which is available online at www.huntingdondailynews.com after 1 p.m. Monday through Friday and 8 a.m. Saturday.

The e-edition, which is an exact electronic version of the print edition, is the closest way to have The Daily News at your fingertips without having a physical copy.

The e-edition can be accessed by clicking on the e-edition link at the top of the website’s header at www.huntingdondailynews.com. Subscribers can select the day’s e-edition and view pages by clicking on the left and right arrows. To view an entire story in larger print, click on the peach-colored triangle located on the story.

The e-edition also includes content that’s available in The Daily News’ print editions, including comics, puzzles, TV guide, weather, classifieds and other reader-favorite features.

Again, the e-edition is available to read six days a week, regardless of whether a print edition is published.

For subscribers who enjoy the crossword puzzle, crytoquote and sudoku, they can be printed by clicking on the menu icon (three horizontally stacked lines at the top of the e-edition) and selecting download, which creates a printable file. Answers to previous days’ crossword puzzle and cryptoquote will be published in each print edition.

Print subscribers also have free daily access to the online edition, which is available at www.huntingdondailynews.com by scrolling below the header that features a photo of Raystown Lake. The online edition includes news, sports, obituaries and more.

Daily News print subscribers who register on the website receive access to the online and e-editions at no additional cost. Free access for first-time registrants will be available within 24 hours after registering.

The online and e-editions of The Daily News keep readers up to date 24-7 on the latest news anytime, anywhere.

The Daily News has been your local trusted news source for nearly 100 years and that’s a tradition we’re committed to continuing for many years to come. We will to continue to serve our subscribers and readers during these unprecedented and uncertain times.

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bill

I hate the online with no print, I think you are going to lose subscribers

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