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Bad weather causes newspaper deliveries to be delayed until Tuesday

Due to the weather and hazardous road conditions, The Elkhart Truth is delaying delivery for many areas.

Posted on Jan. 27, 2014 at 7:05 a.m.

ELKHART COUNTY — Newspaper delivery has been delayed until Tuesday, Jan. 28, in many areas because of the weather.

Falling snow and blowing snow from buildings and drifts are causing hazardous road conditions in many areas throughout Elkhart County.

Newspaper carriers may not be able to travel some roads because of bad driving conditions.

Subscribers who did not receive papers on Saturday or Sunday due to weather will receive them on Tuesday, along with Monday and Tuesday's paper.

The Elkhart Truth provides vital news and information, especially for readers who have no other way of learning how this storm has impacted the Elkhart community. It is a lifeline to many readers.

Truth Publishing Co. takes its obligation to the public seriously; at the same time, it also understands that its independent contractors must take all due precautions to protect their safety. We will make every effort to make sure that readers receive their papers and we will provide updates about delayed routes on www.elkharttruth.com.

We apologize for the inconvenience. Please contact our customer service department for updated delivery information at 574-522-7777.


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