If you go to your mailbox this afternoon and don't find your copy of the Barrow Journal, please don't get frosty with your friendly mail carrier.
This week's winter storm caused production delays, and the newspapers will not arrive in subscribers' mailboxes until Friday.
However, copies of the print edition are being delivered this afternoon to convenience stores and other regular locations where the papers may be purchased for only 25 cents.
And an electronic version of the entire paper already is posted online.
Our "e-edition" lets you navigate an exact replica of the printed newspaper. You can flip through pages and skim headlines just as you would with the printed newspaper. View individual articles, photos, games and comics with the click of a button.
During our introductory period, this e-edition viewing is free for everyone. To access it, just click on the e-edition button at the top right corner of our web site. It will take you to a page where you can sign up for access at no cost.
This week's Barrow Journal is filled with fresh news you won't find anywhere else.
In addition to our winter storm coverage are interviews of the county's new emergency services chief and of the father of the U.S. Marine from Winder who died Jan. 7 in combat in Afghanistan.
This week's edition also includes a complete listing of Barrow County educators' salaries.