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Re: Bye-Bye Newspapers?

I read the Hutchinson News and on Sundays I also get the Wichita Eagle.  The last is a remaining link to my step-dad, I think.  He delivered for them for years and always tossed 1 in my driveway as he passed my house.

I get annoyed at the online version of the Hutchinson News - it doesn't have everything or it is terribly hard to find it all there.  And I too read the obits, looking for people I know, etc.  And I think there is just something about having the actual paper in my hands.

Growing up we got the afternoon version of the newspaper, the morning version was sold in newstands and for those who got subscriptions by mail.  The afternoon version was the home delivery version - both put out by the same company.  I can't exactly remember when they went to a morning only version, but do know it was after I was married.  When my kids were growing up, I would read the paper while they got dressed in the mornings, now I toss it in my purse and read it at work between answering phone calls.



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