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Posted: Saturday, June 16, 2012 12:00 am

I suppose the writing on the wall has finally become visible. Commercials (ads) are being lost to other media sources, which follows where the paying public finds news and other types of information. In actuality we, the subscribers, are the ones being asked to pick up the cost. In effect our cost is going up as a result.

We will lose 17 percent of our weekly published material due to the one-day cutback. That means our subscription should drop by $.40 to $7.85 per month because of the fewer copies we will be receiving. Not likely! And what about those delivery boys and girls that get up to see that we receive our paper while we're getting a few hours more sleep. Will they also get less?

William Harris

Lodi

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