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Reader's View: Morning paper features positive news stories

My June 18 morning coffee and reading of the News Tribune resulted in such positive reads.

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My Saturday, June 18 morning coffee and reading of the News Tribune resulted in such positive reads, starting with the front-page article about the Duluth Police Department’s “Get Hooked on Fishing” program (“ Reeling in relationships: Duluth police connect with kids through fishing ”). Police Lt. Ken Zwak and others with the department are making a difference for Duluth youth.

Then, turning to the Lifestyle section, I read about another amazing Duluth resident, Hank Noordzy. He has been delivering meals to senior citizens for more than 50 years — with no plans of stopping at age 83.

Minnesota Nice at its best!

Barbara Christensen

Duluth

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