Coming Sunday …

Some highlights to look for in the Mirror’s upcoming Sunday edition:

– In 1963, the U.S. nuclear submarine Thresher sunk, killing the 129 men aboard, including Altoona native John Wiley. Family members and friends of those lost in the disaster have never had a grave to visit. Bill Kibler reports.

– The Blair County Airport Authority is seeking a liquor license for its restaurant. Kay Stephens reports.

– Walt Frank catches up with Dr. Maureen Black, an Altoona native who has made her mark at the University of Maryland.

– Patt Keith reports on eating healthy during the Super Bowl.

– Columnists: John Mehno, John Kasun, Ryan Brown.

– Our coupon value is $94.

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Because of the storm forecasted for this weekend, there may be a delay in the delivery of Sunday’s Mirror.

The Mirror appreciates the patience and cooperation of its readers and asks that they keep sidewalks and delivery tubes cleared.

The all-access online edition of the Mirror will not be affected and will be posted by 5 a.m. as usual.

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