Election story delays paper

The South Whidbey Record will be delivered later than usual Wednesday, Nov. 7, to allow for election coverage to appear in the paper.

Papers from the Sound Publishing press in Everett are usually delivered to South Whidbey by 11 p.m. Tuesday. However, waiting for election results available after 8 p.m. will require late printing, moving the delivery time to approximately 4 a.m. Wednesday.

Customers, therefore, may have to wait five to six more hours than usual for their papers to be delivered.

Jim Larsen, editor, said Record readers will appreciate election news in the Wednesday paper rather than having to wait until Saturday as in the past.

For Internet users, the election story should be posted by 10 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 6 at



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