Sorely missed

The Prince George Citizen - - Opinion -

I al­ways read The Cit­i­zen with a pair of scis­sors in my hand, ever ready to clip out ar­ti­cles, ed­i­to­ri­als and pic­tures which I know will be of spe­cial in­ter­est to any­one of a num­ber of fam­ily and friends. When I am fin­ished read­ing, the pa­per I’d thought to pass on to a neigh­bour has so many miss­ing pieces is now fit only for the re­cy­cling bin!

And if I deem a par­tic­u­lar ar­ti­cle ought to be sent out to more than one per­son on my mail­ing list, I’d so­licit my P.G. friends to “save me that write up on page such and such about so and so, please.”

I’ve even trot­ted down to The Cit­i­zen of­fice to beg up to a dozen copies of what­ever page of a Frank Pee­bles or Nathan Geide ar­ti­cle.

I will sorely miss this iconic pub­li­ca­tion but good to know you will not com­pletely aban­don us and leave us with only the in­ter­net and fake news.

Joan McKay, Prince Ge­orge

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