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Burying good news

Where are your priorities in organizing your newspaper articles when you put “Our Troubled Recycling System” (Nov. 1) about garbage on the front page, and the news about the “U.S. forces rescue missionary” on the third page. Such a victory for our special forces should be front-page news!! This type of rescue will make our enemies leery of abducting U.S. citizen. This is the rescue of not just one man, but provides protection for all of our citizen who travel for various reasons throughout the world.

Thank you military and special services for your service to our country at the risk of your own lives.

Ritajane Boyce

Spokane Valley


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