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Thank you for the invitation to "toss in my two cents." I literally grew up with your newspaper in my home. My late father, Louis A. "Sam" Bibler, subscribed to HCN beginning in the 1970s, and was one of your most enthusiastic readers.

I lament the changes in your paper since that time, and especially in the past few years. Not too long ago, HCN was a thick publication that delved thoroughly into all angles of the very complex issues that face the West. My husband and I trusted HCN to educate us on these details. During the past couple of years, almost every issue we’ve received has elicited a sigh from one or both of us about the fact that the articles tend to be too brief and one-sided. We don’t want sensationalism and sound-bites; we want well-researched, objectively presented information.

Carol Bibler
Kalispell, Montana

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