As a result of this week's snow and the conditions of many local roads, some Greeneville Sun subscribers have not yet received their copies of the Tuesday and Wednesday editions.
Some subscribers may not receive a copy of today's edition.
Once roads are passable, subscribers will receive their copies, Sun Circulation Director Dale Long said this morning.
In many cases, newspaper carriers have attempted to get through snow- and ice-covered roads but have had to turn back before completing their routes, he said.
All 6-day subscribers may sign up for free access to The Greeneville Sun's e-edition by going to http://www.greenevillesun.com .
"We're very sorry for the delay, and we are making every effort possible to deliver newspapers," Long said. "We are praying for warmer weather to get back to our regular schedule.
"We anticipate delivery to get back to normal Friday."
Long said that, even though the snow ended late Tuesday night, some roads receive little or no sunlight to melt ice and snow, and remain dangerously slick even after conditions begin to improve.
As an indication of this problem, both the Greene County School System and the Greeneville City School System remain closed.