Answered By: Chris Sheetz Last Updated: Sep 19, 2014 Views: 28
Local newspapers are usually shelved by 9:30 a.m. However, many factors can affect the timing. For example, newspapers do not always arrive when they're supposed to. Also, the catalog record for the newspaper might require a change before the newspaper can be shelved. Sometimes there are delays due to holidays. Finally, someone else may have picked up the particular newspaper you want before you.
If you are looking for a particular newspaper, and it is not on the shelf, feel free to stop by the Research/IT Desk. We will be able to help you track down the paper.