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Reader taken aback by column

Dear Editor,
Ms. Coons’ writing might pass for journalism in the metropolis of Great Bend, but it would be unacceptable in a real newsroom.
“It appears Volpe received a tip and ran with it,” Ms. Coons writes. “His story doesn’t indicate any attempt to contact Wells and inquire about her side of the story. This is irresponsible, one-sided journalism at best.”
This paragraph betrays of a low level of reading comprehension. If Ms. Coons had read Mr. Volpe’s article with a modicum of competency, she would have noticed this sentence at the end:
“Repeated emails and phone calls ...

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