By: E&P Staff
The Times-Call, Longmont, Colo., informed subscribers on its Website that deliveries of the July 9 paper would be “a little later than normal.”
Subscribers were told carriers received papers an hour late owing to mechanical problems with the press, and that copies should be delivered by 7 a.m.
Circulation personnel on hand early in the morning did not know the cause of the press problem. Other staffers could not be reached immediately for comment.
Parent company Lehman Communications Corp. began printing its Times-Call, Loveland Reporter-Herald and several weeklies on a new manroland Uniset press a year ago.