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Newspaper deliveries may be delayed due to weather

WILLMAR -- Inclement winter weather conditions have made for an extremely challenging month on area roads, especially for the West Central Tribune newspaper carriers. The job of delivering newspapers to our customers, most days during the early m...

Shelby Lindrud / TribuneBlustery winds caused near white-out conditions in some rural areas Tuesday afternoon, including this location just south of Willmar along U.S. Highway 71.
Shelby Lindrud / Tribune Blustery winds caused near white-out conditions in some rural areas Tuesday afternoon, including this location just south of Willmar along U.S. Highway 71.

WILLMAR - Inclement winter weather conditions have made for an extremely challenging month on area roads, especially for the West Central Tribune newspaper carriers.

The job of delivering newspapers to our customers, most days during the early morning hours, is experiencing its biggest challenges in almost 20 years due to the heavy snowfall, ice and now extreme cold.

The next couple days will be extra challenging with the National Weather Service in the Twin Cities forecasting wind chills of 45 to 65 degrees below zero continuing through Thursday.

The West Central Tribune is doing everything possible to make sure our customers receive their paper on time, including starting our press run early. However, we want to emphasize safety for our carriers. Our customers will get their papers as soon as possible, but there may be some delays.

We appreciate the patience and understanding of our customers. Anyone with questions or concerns should contact the Circulation Department at 320-235-1154.

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