EUGENE, Ore. -- Many people were without their Sunday paper after a printing press computer malfunctioned at the Register Guard's production department.
The paper's press crew worked through the night, but were unable to fix the problem.
The Oregonian, headquartered in Portland, helped print the Sunday Edition and get it out to local distribution centers. Kyle Heflin with the Oregonian said they were printing over 51,000 copies to be trucked down and delivered to readers in central Oregon.
Jack Wright of the Register-Guard said that their electricians fixed the printing press, putting Monday's deliveries back on schedule.