Word from a reader When I first picked up a copy of the Centennial Citizen, I was expecting a “pennysaver” sort of paper whose few threadbare articles were there only to fill the space between …
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When I first picked up a copy of the Centennial Citizen, I was expecting a “pennysaver” sort of paper whose few threadbare articles were there only to fill the space between ads.
Instead, I found sophisticated, award-worthy journalism. I subscribed, now read almost every article and try to use the vendors who advertise in the paper. The entertainment calendar has been invaluable.
I’ve just finished the Sept. 1 edition and have a few thoughts. I particularly appreciated (and almost agreed with!) Thelma Grimes’s piece on student loan forgiveness, but thought “Coming full circle” by Michael Norton was merely a long commercial for ... Michael Norton.
For some reason, this issue had an unusual number of copyediting and typefitting “infelicities.” But I did get quite a giggle from a line in “Uniquely thrifty” about a quilt “for people with Alzheimer’s and sementia.” After much deliberation, I still couldn’t come up with a definition for that!
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