Letter: Nothing else to write about?

Nothing else to write about?

Editor of the Reformer:

I write in regards to your headlines of Jan 13 ("Complaint filed against restaurant"). When did unfounded accusations filed in a complaint become headline worthy? Are there no other issues happening locally, state wide, nationally or globally that would deem themselves headline worthy? This seems like a smear tactic. It's not working for me, and I would think many others. If not a thoughtless act to consider this situation headline material, then on what basis was this decision made? The priorities of topics and quality of writing in your paper is struggling as it is. Please carefully plan and report on news worthy issues, placed in the appropriate areas of your paper.

Patty Murphy, Wilmington, Jan. 20


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