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Thank you, Herald delivery person for bringing me my Herald, seven days a week and take the time to put it in a protective bag when it’s raining.

Thank you, Jennifer Bardsley for your informative, once-a-week columns.

You explained to me how to vote on the confusion gun issues a few years ago. I don’t know why our legislature can’t write bills so I can understand them.

You told me what to clean my tub with and most recently told me how to wrap gifts in an eco-friendly way.

Through the years you’ve been a treasure of information to me.

Joan Newell

Everett

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