Holiday office closures won’t impact news coverage

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Our offices will be closed for the holiday season on Dec. 25 and 26, as well as Jan. 1, 2020. We will be responding to emails and calls as quickly as possible but there may be some delay in response.

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Our delivery dates will also be impacted by the holidays. Our Wednesday edition will be delivered on instead on Dec. 24, followed by our Friday edition as normal on Dec. 27. Deliveries for Jan. 1 and 3 are scheduled for their regular days.

Happy Holidays!


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