Several new features make their debut in today's edition of The Sentinel, while the locations of some old favorites have changed.
Here's a rundown to help you navigate through the changes.
Two new features have been added to the front page of the Living section.
The first new addition is the syndicated column "Chicken Soup for the Soul," offering uplifting stories of hope and inspiration weekly.
The second addition is a locally-generated feature called "Close-up: How well do you know the Juniata Valley?" You'll test your powers of observation each week when you check out the "mystery photo" in this feature inspired by an idea from Sentinel reader and Style columnist Jacquie Bennett.
The Living section will continue its focus on the important events in your daily lives -from weddings and engagements to honor rolls and dean's list announcements, and the popular Genre page will continue to showcase poetry, prose and art by people in the Juniata Valley.
Moving to a location inside the weekly E section - fronted by the color comics - are "Car Talk," by Tom and Ray Magliozzi, and the Antiques Corner, which includes "Kovel's Antiques" and Dr. Lori's "Art and Antiques."
Dr. James Dobson's "Focus on the Family" column can now be found on the Religion page, and the weekend Su Do Ku puzzle is now on the Advice page. It replaces the weekend Twice Told Tales column; the weekday version of that column will conclude on April 10.
There are some other, more subtle changes in store for The Sentinel in the weeks ahead as we streamline the paper to keep it fresh for our readers.
Through all the changes, we will continue our efforts to be the daily newspaper that enables you to keep an eye on the Juniata Valley.
Managing Editor Frank Jost can be reached via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org