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Daily Press carriers are continuing to experience difficulty delivering newspapers in areas where roads are snow-packed or slick.

Rural routes are the most affected, but several city carriers also could not navigate the icier residential streets Tuesday. That may be the case again today.

Subscribers not receiving newspapers while road conditions remain difficult will be able to receive all missed back issues once carriers are able to reach their homes.

Some subscribers also have reported not receiving a Sunday edition. The Daily Press published Sunday’s paper early Saturday afternoon in order to allow the carriers to get on the roads before the worst of the weather hit. Papers not seen before Sunday morning were likely buried in the snow. Sunday editions may also be requested as a back issue.