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No printed newspaper Wednesday, but E-edition will be free to view for all for the day

The Natchez Democrat will not print and deliver a newspaper on Wednesday, Feb. 17.

However, an electronic edition of Wednesday’s newspaper, known as the E-edition, will be available to all for free for the day. To view the E-edition on Wednesday, please click the link at natchezdemocrat.com either on your desktop or laptop or on your mobile smartphone. On your desktop or laptop, that link is found in the top black bar of the website. On your mobile phone, the E-edition link is found in the menu on the left side toward the bottom.

We will update this story as soon as other decisions are made concerning your newspaper. Reporters continue to work remotely and the natchezdemocrat.com website is updated 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

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