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Blizzard Halts Tulsa Newspaper's Print Edition

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TULSA, Okla. (AP) - A blizzard that socked Oklahoma with snow, sleet and ice has halted the Tulsa World's production of its Wednesday print edition. It will be the first time in the paper's nearly 106-year history an edition hasn't been published.

Tulsa World publisher Robert E. Lorton III says he wants to make sure employees and their families are safe as they deal with the bad weather.

Readers still will be able find breaking news and other information on the World's website and on iPhone and other smart phone applications.

The paper reported that Tuesday's edition of the World would also be available to all readers at tulsaworld.com/tuesdaypaper.

Although the paper was delivered earlier Tuesday to all subscribers, many were unable to find their paper as it was buried under the snow.