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February 14, 2013


Elaine, I couldn't agree with you more. Their service has gone so far down hill that I am ready to just cancel my subscription that we have had for 28 years. My sister in Goodfield has also been told that she will be given a credit. She says the same as you...I don't want a credit, I want my paper...

Today we got the paper, and the sign was pulled out and placed on the porch with the paper! So someone noticed. But never fear, it will go back in the ground tonight.
I can now recommend this new method to get the carrier's attention.

We subscribe only to the Sunday edition, so we can get the ads and added features. Very rarely have we been skipped. But we live in Marquette Heights, so maybe our carrier is more responsible.

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