The Courier Journal is now on the iPad and the iPhone! Introducing The Courier Journal Print Edition app, where subscribers can read The Courier Journal on the iPad and the iPhone with all the stories, photos and ads shown just as it appears in print. Subscribers can use their current account login to access current and back issues.
I got mad at the delivery guy ,who kept driving in our yards so he could get close while throwing his papers. This is easier to read, and I can take it when I travel! I love it!
I like the traditional newspaper layout, because it helps me quickly see what are the most important stories of the day, as selected by the professionals: the editors and reporters of the CJ. One problem: the crossword puzzle is not interactive. In other words, you can’t do it online. You have to print it out, which is a pain.
Article was well balanced. There is more test data available to support desegregation. But community has decided it’s time has passed.
Wish the the other paper was here but this isn’t too bad but this one is too much buttons pushing.
My news is always there and I don’t have bro recycle it. Thanks CJ.
I really appreciate the full newspaper being online n available when I’m ready to catch up on local n National news. Great job CJ!
I miss holding the paper in my hands but yet I’m so glad for the app. I signed up for the real paper but it wasn’t available in the 40299 area that’s J Town. But yet when I lived in Shelbyville I could get it delivered am I missing something? But yet I still get my news and sports about what’s important to me and the community so all is good I guess .. Thanks Timmy Coons
What happened to the old Courier-Journal that use to report the news and and not try to make the news. Reporting and editorials, seems like every story is an editorial, are terrible!
Good in- depth stories that give more info than t.v. News or social sites. Less opinion and more facts
I do enjoy reading the Courier-Journal on Digital. However, it saddens me to see that you are closing the Louisville plant, press and mailroom. Of course, it is always about your profit. No concern for the employment of over 100 employees or the fact that this company has bee in Louisville for about 150 years. Not happy about that. 😢😢😢