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Thank you, carriers

A cup of coffee and the morning paper is how me and many of my friends start out our day. It’s such a pleasure to walk out to the box and find my paper there seven days a week, no matter the weather. Delivering the paper in the winter has got to be a challenge, but one met with great success by our delivery person, Bob Marshall.

So here’s to all the hard working folks who make it all possible for me to enjoy the news while I drink my coffee everyday. Thank you, independent carriers.

Tom Hinkle

Spokane Valley

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