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Reader's View: House-for-sale story showed DNT out of touch

Choosing to publish the article on the day after the warming center closed, leaving countless Duluthians to live in tents and under bridges despite the still-freezing temperatures, displayed precisely how out of touch the News Tribune is with its readers.

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Maybe I’m just a bitter millennial forced to live in my sister’s basement because I can’t afford to both work in public service and buy a house, but I fail to see the point of the News Tribune publishing a lengthy article with six photos about the rich people selling their fancy house with its 820-bottle wine cellar so they can move to Arkansas. (“ Southbound family puts Duluth home on market, ” April 2).

Choosing to publish the article on the day after the warming center closed, leaving countless Duluthians to live in tents and under bridges despite the still-freezing temperatures, displayed precisely how out of touch the News Tribune is with its readers.

Veronica Surges

Duluth

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