UPDATE, Aug. 11 – This week’s edition was delivered to The Courier office around 10 p.m. Wednesday.
Carriers are filling store racks this morning. Subscribers can expect their newspaper in the mail a day later than usual.
INITIAL STORY — Printing of the Aug. 11 edition of The Courier has been delayed due to a press breakdown Wednesday.
The newspaper is ordinarily printed at a plant in Huntingdon, Tennessee. This week’s edition is instead being printed at a facility in Tupelo, Mississippi.
As of mid-afternoon Wednesday, it’s not known what time this week’s edition will arrive at The Courier office for processing and rack delivery.
It’s possible that subscribers will not get their newspaper in the mail on the usual schedule, and store racks could be filled late.
Subscribers can read the complete latest edition online starting at about 5 p.m.
Subscribers who have not activated their free premium online account can do so by calling The Courier at 731-925-6397 during regular business hours. To expedite the process, please have your subscription mailing label handy.
Our apologies for any delivery delay.