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Glitches in July 11 print edition

Dear Mirror reader,

Please find the complete July 11 issue of The Mirror online. We're still trying to figure out what went wrong with the print edition: Due to a production error, the front-page stories were incomplete.

Readers expected to read the rest of "State seeks parents of abandoned baby" on page A3, for example.

Instead, readers found the story started over, then was cut off just short of ending.

This happened with all four front-page stories, which also included: "Heat wave hits Federal Way," "How the trash can save you cash" and " Steel Lake claims second drowning victim in three weeks."

Thank you for your patience.

-- Andy Hobbs, Mirror editor

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