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Depending on the area in which you live, the newspaper may be a bit later than usual. Publisher Keven Todd said that the newsroom was able to make up for some of the lost time, but there are some processes in putting out a paper where you just can't shave any time.
"We regret any inconvenience to our readers, and we're making every effort to get the newspaper out as promptly as possible," Todd said. "It's unusual to have a power outage last as long as this one did."
Get the full story on the power outages last night and this morning in todays Los Alamos Monitor.
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