When Corinne Corley, 60, moved to Brookside two decades ago, her morning Kansas City Star came around 5:30.
“Now, it comes between 6:30 and 7,” says Corley, clutching her cup of coffee as she reads the headlines on her tablet. She has a digital subscription to the New York Times, but she still gets the Star delivered to her door.
“There’s just something about the feel of a newspaper in your hand,” she says.
Her paper arrives with a thud around 6:25 a.m. Corley waves to her carrier.