If you’ve been wondering if the Kodiak Daily Mirror has been harder to come by around town, or you’ve been seeing fewer issues arrive at your home, there’s a reason.
In a post to the Daily Mirror’s Facebook page and website, the publisher stated “We are experiencing problems producing our daily print edition. As a result, we are getting our paper printed on the mainland for the next two weeks. During that time subscribers may not be receiving their print edition between now and November 13th.”
The Daily Mirror encourages subscribers to get their coverage online in the meantime, from the Daily Mirror’s website. It is unclear how frequently print subscribers will get their papers for the next few weeks. The Daily Mirror’s publisher could not immediately be reached for comment on the situation.