A frustrated web reader

I've never been more frustrated at a newspaper online. I can never find what I'm looking for unless it's months old. For example, I'm looking for an article Josh Kerr had in the March 7 newspaper on search and rescue.

I’ve never been more frustrated at a newspaper online. I can never find what I’m looking for unless it’s months old. For example, I’m looking for an article Josh Kerr had in the March 7 newspaper on search and rescue. I would like to send it to the SARTECHs and members of CASARA (Civil Air Search and Rescue) for our upcoming meeting.

I do realize that you don’t want to divulge the news until everyone has had a chance to purchase the newspaper but, come on, your reasoning is really bent out of shape. The other newspaper is quick in putting in the days’ content and they still sell papers. I do try, once in a while, to find something but it’s difficult and even though I do a search on key words, there are so many pages that I have to look through with the dates and years mixed up that I give up. It would be nice to narrow it down to at least a year.

I’m begging you, please change the way you put your news online and make it simpler to find what we’re looking for. Until then I give up finding anything and will take the article with me to the meeting. It would be nicer to have the members read it beforehand for discussion.

By the way, your best reporter is Josh Kerr. His writing is clear and to the point. I sometimes wish he were at the Star so his writing is more readily available in a more timely manner than it is with the Yukon News.

Donna Clayson

Whitehorse