Distribution Manager Johnny Brown reported that while the newspaper is normally printed in Statesboro, it was taken to Savannah early Wednesday when mechanical problems in Statesboro prevented the normal press run.
"It will get delivered as soon as it can, probably even up into the afternoon," Brown said.
Courier Publisher Mark Griffin apologized to readers, saying one of the machines that processes the paper before it is printed broke down.
"We do our best to get the paper out on time, but unfortunately, sometimes things break," he said. "We really apologize to readers for any inconvenience."