Editor:

Recent editions of the newspaper seem to consist of front page articles that appear to be nothing more than recycled stories covered extensively years ago. A prime example is the Debbie Dusenbery embezzlement stories that continue to run day after day lately. While I appreciate a good story and investigative journalism, these stories were reported by your paper years ago and as far as I can tell, there is nothing new being reported.Your reporter, Mr. Schwartz could save himself a lot of time and energy by reprinting the old stories if this is what he thinks the public wants to see. I for one would like to see some "news". As they say, "Old news is no news." Surely there are some more recent newsworthy subjects your paper can report.

ED WERDEN

Flora Vista