Now you've done it! I am so annoyed with you I can scarcely find the right words, but I'll try.
Over the years, the comics have been shrunk down so much that some cartoonists have quit rather than fight that battle, and now The News-Gazette has taken the final, absurd step of not only shrinking them again, but also crowding Dear Abby in at the bottom of the page.
Gene Budig and Alan Heaps, writers of the June 22 commentary, clearly agree with Bill Bowen, a former president of Princeton University, calling students "immature" and "arrogant" because they "dis-invited" commencement speakers.
Salon.com on June 19 observed that "one major newspaper has taken a stand against Washington Post columnist George Will, who last week published a deeply offensive article in which he wrote that alleged sexual assault victims enjoy a 'coveted status that confers privileges' on college campuses. In a small but significant victory for feminists and critics of rape culture, the St.
Although I do miss the larger size paper, I can adjust.
However, the font size of the clues in the Sunday paper was absolutely ridiculous. Did you consider that the majority of crossword puzzle lovers are in your over-40 crowd?
I don't need reading glasses yet, but that tiny print may be the final straw. Please increase the font size for the Sunday puzzle.
Just a short complaint. I feel with the way this world is traveling that it is a shame that our local newspaper has to charge us a fee to read obituaries online.
Do you not get enough money from other sources? I just think it is in poor taste .
MARY J. LEE
It is disappointing that Unit 4's position, as expressed by spokeswoman Stephanie Stuart, is that local architect Neil Strack is questioning the accuracy and completeness of Unit 4's high school cost estimates to further an apparent political agenda. Ms. Stuart also implied Mr. Strack is focused on the special interests of the few, rather than the best interest of our community.
I renewed my News-Gazette subscription last December. Had I known that the newspaper was going to go to the smaller size print stock, which was also noticed by writer Kim Proemmel, I don't think I would have renewed, at least not for as long of a period as I did.
The main reason I didn't switch to the Bloomington Pantagraph was The News-Gazette still had the standard size newsprint.
I would like to pose a few questions in regard to the recent editorials by Jim Dey of The News-Gazette.
His columns on James Kilgore stirred up a veritable hornet's nest among the right-wing readership of the paper.
There have been some letters of support for Kilgore as well, but the right's vociferous and vindictive backlash begs the first question: