To the editor:
re: 'Woman finds new use for spatula during family barbecue,' Wed., June 4 edition
I have been reading your paper for almost a year now and I am amazed at some of the articles that are written that seem so petty and so unimportant.
For example, I just read about (on page 2) a woman who found a new use for a spatula during a family barbeque (by hitting someone on the head with it).
Is it really necessary to publish this kind of nonsense in your paper? Don't you think you could find other more educational and interesting things to publish and write about with respect to this wonderful community?
I just find this so negative, petty and insignificant in the overall scheme of things.
Why can't you (the media) try to somehow focus on more positive things and focus on ways that we, as a society, can improve our community - instead of reading about these ridiculous family disputes that seem to so often appear in your paper.