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Whig Now: The Herald-Whig's news app

Get the latest Herald-Whig news - when you want it - with the new Whig Now mobile app. Whig Now brings you the latest in local news, sports, weather and community events and lets you stay up-to-date anytime, anywhere.

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Subscribers: How to download and use our e-edition app

The Herald-Whig recently launched a new e-edition program, which includes access to a new app for Android, Apple and Kindle. This guide explains how to download the app for each device type and outlines key features.

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When you go to log in here, you will see a link to reset your password. After you click the link, you will receive an email with instructions for resetting your password. It is as easy as clicking a link in the email and typing in a new password, then logging in with your email address and new password to enjoy Whig.com.

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I have a photo to share. Can I upload it online?

Yes, we have a new tool to allow you to share photos with us, and we'll publish those photos in a gallery at whig.com. We welcome your photos of community events, weather, youth sports and other kids' activities, check-passing presentations, pets, and more. Just email your photo to myphotos@whig.com or click here to upload your photo. You can also share on Twitter by using the mention @WhigNews or the hashtag #myphotos4whig.

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Yes, you can comment on our website using your Facebook account. If you are already logged into Facebook, you will see your profile picture to the left of the box where you type your comment. If you do not see your profile picture, please go to Facebook.com and log in. The integration with Facebook makes it easier for you to share stories, and your comments about those stories, with your Facebook friends. We've found that it raises the level of conversation on our website and encourages insightful, civil conversations about the issues because commenters real names are attached to their statements. The Herald-Whig does not allow commenting on stories about arrests and court appearances.

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