Dear Editor:

I hope that you don't stop the newspaper. I can't afford a computer. I get most of the news from your newspaper. I watch very little television news. Must must be sensational to be on television. The newspaper has warnings and alerts from the police, the IRS and other government agencies. Television has very little of this. Your newspaper goes into detail about local events. Television makes a very brief statement and then moves on.

Newspapers print small topics which are most often informative. Newspapers print local scams not seen on television. Newspapers tell us who the hoodlums are. Newspapers tell us who have passed away with a description of their lives. I don't know what's on the web site. I've read all my life. I have two book cases full of books mostly of a technical nature. Again, keep the newspaper.

Yours truly,

Norman Sherry,

Barnesville