UPDATED: Delivery of BW to Meridian, Canyon County Delayed Until Thursday Afternoon 

click to enlarge Winter weather: dazzling but dangerous. - COPYRIGHT: NATALJUSJA / 123RF STOCK PHOTO
Updated Post, Jan. 5, 10:55 a.m.:
Heavy snowfall has again delayed delivery of copies of Boise Weekly to locations in Meridian and Canyon County until Thursday afternoon. As always, BW is available online at boise weekly.com, or via PDF here.

Updated Post, Jan. 4, 11:15 a.m.:
Winter weather has delayed Boise Weekly deliveries to some locations, and print copies may not be available in Meridian, Eagle and Canyon County until Wednesday afternoon or possibly the morning of Thursday, Jan. 5.

We regret the delay but, hey, it's tricky getting around out there.

In the meantime, get your BW fix online at boiseweekly.com or flip through the PDF version here.

Original Post, Jan. 3, 4:25 p.m.
For the next couple of days, watch out for the weather.

The National Weather Service in Boise has issued a winter storm warning. The warning, which is for Wednesday, Jan. 4, doesn't come as much of a surprise. It is winter, after all. Usually, though, weather advisories or warnings are for a few minutes to a couple of hours. This warning is in effect 2 a.m.-11 p.m. and may bring with it between two and seven inches of snow and some light winds. (Ugh.)

Because snow on the roads makes travel difficult, deliveries of Boise Weekly may be slightly delayed tomorrow, so if you can't find a copy of BW at your favorite location at your usual time, don't fret. Neither snow, nor wind, nor 20-hour storm warnings shall keep us from delivering BW hot from the presses into your (hopefully) hot little hands.
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