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Letter: Times guilty of printing bad news

Times guilty of printing bad news

I’m curious if your readership really cares about articles in your paper(s) about the most recent DUI or cocaine-induced bar fight or drunken brawls in one of the bars in town?

Seriously, aren’t there better topics to write about? I’d suggest you find more positive and genuinely informative topics to write about. This community is full of interesting, newsworthy, exciting things relating to locals, events, politics, athletic accomplishments and so many other topics that it really surprises me that you and anyone reading your paper(s) care about or want to read about these isolated pitiful events that take place. Leave the mug shots out as well. Thanks!

Ernie Fyrwald

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