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Letter to the editor: Thanks for honesty

I would like to thank Community Engagement Editor Lori Falce and the Tribune-Review staff for providing the most honest newspaper in the area. You give both sides of an agenda on your Opinion page. It’s so refreshing to not feel bias in editorials.

I have read things written by Democrats, Republicans, independents, atheists, Christians and many others, and it is really a great way to see others’ opinions. Many I agree with, and many I don’t agree with, but I enjoy reading them all.

Once again, thank you and your staff for a wonderful, truthful newspaper and not an opinionator or obstructionist.

Joseph Tubbs

Curwensville


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