The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

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June 22, 2013

Beckley Newspapers temporary offices will open to the public starting Monday

— Beckley Newspapers has completed its transition into another location during the temporary closure of our plant at 801 N. Kanawha St. Our offices have been relocated to 400B S. Kanawha St. in Van Dyke Hall, located on the University of Charleston-Beckley campus adjacent to Carter Hall. Anyone wishing to visit our temporary offices may do so beginning Monday, June 24. We will be open weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., and will be closed Saturday and Sunday.

Our newspaper products continue to be printed in other locations, and in some instances daily delivery may be later than normal. We appreciate your continued patience and understanding of our current situation. You may also visit our website at www.register-herald.com.

For those needing to get in contact with our various departments, please call the following numbers and leave a message with a return telephone number. We will return your calls as soon as possible.

For Circulation call 304-255-4444 or 304-255-4442, for Advertising call 304-255-4487, for Classifieds call 304-255-4415, for Editorial call 304-255-4459, for Obituaries call 304-255-4470, for our Business Office call 304-255-4409. Again, we value our many readers and advertisers and thank you for your consideration during this situation.

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