In appreciation

Dear sir:
This is Rapid Robert again, trying to put my thoughts down on paper.
I have written several letters on appreciation by us people who are fortunate to live in this district.
I’ve written about Hydro and their work in adverse conditions much of the time, and I’ve written about our highway department that keeps our roads in great condition.
I’ve also written about the appreciation of our Emo hospital and staff, including nurses, caregivers, and doctors, and several other letters of appreciation.
Well, sometimes we “can’t see the forest for the trees.”
What I’m getting at is a thank you and appreciation for the newspaper that you are reading right now—the Fort Frances Times.
It takes a lot of hard work and thinking to put out a paper like our Times. In the Times office are numerous workers and with a team effort, we get a newspaper second to none for the area it covers.
We must remember that the wars we fought were for three things, for the most part: freedom of speech, freedom of the press, and freedom to worship as we please.
Yes, every once in a while, the Times may make a mistake, which probably will be corrected with a written apology in the next issue.
The mistakes, which are very few, proves one thing to me and that is that they, too, are human beings, like the rest of us, and sometimes make mistakes.
R. Cottam