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Winter weather may delay Tribune delivery, so please check out our e-edition

Due to the latest round of winter weather conditions, West Central Tribune subscribers may experience a delay in newspaper delivery Thursday and Friday. Our carriers are doing their best to deliver your newspaper as soon as possible. Thank you fo...

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The West Central Tribune print edition for Feb. 7, 2019. Tribune subscribers may also access the newsaper via our digital edition.

Due to the latest round of winter weather conditions, West Central Tribune subscribers may experience a delay in newspaper delivery Thursday and Friday. Our carriers are doing their best to deliver your newspaper as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience.

In the meantime, all Tribune subscribers have access to the digital edition, which is available  here .

You may stay update on the weather conditions via our online edition at wctrib.com .

For digital access questions or other delivery issues not related to weather conditions can be directed to circulation by calling 1-800-450-1150 or 320-235-1154.

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