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Letter to the Editor
Saturday, April 6, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
 

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What happened to my newspaper?

The headline used to attract me to the paper. These days, to even read the headline, I first have to peel off the “stick-um” ad on the right side of the paper, then open and pull out the sleeve-type advertisement that covers the entire left half of the front page.

Then I throw those away.

It's kind of like a stink bug sitting on the kitchen counter next to my coffee maker in the morning. I can deal with the bug, but it's one of life's little annoyances that I could do without.

I just want to read the paper and drink my coffee.

Howard Gordon

Lower Burrell

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