The Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle print edition for January has been delayed about one week and is arriving at homes now.
The monthly print edition had been scheduled to arrive in homes on or around Jan. 1. The monthly print edition typically arrives in homes on or around the first of each month.
The delay was caused by a variety of factors. This included the delayed delivery of necessary equipment for our printer, because of a pandemic-related backlog of ships with goods on the United States west coast.
“We are committed to delivering a quality product that meets high standards of journalism and serves the local Jewish community in a timely and helpful way,” said Chronicle Editor Rob Golub. “We regret that the Chronicle is arriving late, and we truly appreciate all the support and interest from the community.”