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POWER OUTAGE DELAYS DELIVERY OF THE SEATTLE TIMES

 SEATTLE, Jan. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Because of power interruptions at The Seattle Times Co.'s North Creek facility, production of today's Seattle Times will move to the newspaper's Fairview plant, The Seattle Times said today. Three presses will be up and running by noon today. There will be a delay in delivery.
 Karen Slattery, North Creek production manager, said: "Steps are being taken to solve the problem of power interruptions at our North Creek plant, which have occurred in the past and are responsible for today's delay in delivery of The Times."
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 /CONTACT: Deniz Satir of The Seattle Times, 206-464-2119/


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