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Tina Oberheide: How does the Daily do it?

Tina Oberheide

A note of thanks comes your way for your newsy publication! On Sunday, photographer Mark Fox and reporter Janice Kurbjun attended “The Blessing of the Pets” at Lord of the Mountains in Dillon. Mark took endless photos and Janice spoke with almost everyone, especially the kids.

Their genuine interest elicited some thoughts about those working at The Daily: How many events does the newspaper cover each week? They can’t all be this fun! Does Mark ever take a day off? He’s always there. Reporters must get hungry. On Sunday, Mark and Janice refused lunch. Are gatherings ever personal? Of course, Mark must have thought of Brad and Scout on that church lawn. Do reporters ever disagree with opinions being voiced?

Naturally, but it’s the job to be objective. While we all recognize the Daily is a business, hopefully, people can also realize and appreciate its importance to the community. It tells what happened yesterday and what’s going on today. Thanks for being informative, caring, fun and – yahoo – free!

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