Alaska News

You might notice some changes to our website

Starting Tuesday, we’re doing a little remodeling to

Readers shouldn’t notice a lot in the way of visible changes. Most everything will be where it usually is. The bulk of the work is behind the scenes. Our hope is it will improve the experience for readers in the long run — and enable us to do more robust online journalism going forward.

Like any remodel, there might be a bump or two as we do the work. We’re asking for your patience. We also want your feedback. See something missing? Tell us. Have a suggestion? We want to hear it.

Among the new features: A much simplified site navigation menu. A few features will be temporarily offline, including story comments on the opinion articles, weather and TV listings. They will return. Once we get the initial behind-the-scenes changes locked down, expect additional changes — and what we hope will be improvements —in coming weeks and months.

Users of our mobile apps shouldn’t see any changes.

If you come across any glitches or have feedback or suggestions, let us know in the form below this article.

As always, thank you for reading and thanks for your continuing support.

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David Hulen

David Hulen is editor of the ADN, He's been a reporter and editor at ADN for 36 years. As a reporter, he traveled extensively in Alaska. He was a writer on the "People In Peril" series and covered the Exxon Valdez oil spill. He was co-editor of the "Lawless" series. Reach him at