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SPN shifts focus from news to community bulletin — 6 Comments

  1. So sorry you have to drop this, but I surely understand. You’ve done an amazing job in very tough conditions.

  2. Thanks for your great efforts Britt. I hope someday we all learn to value each other more than money.

  3. Thank you Brit for the enormous work you have done over these years. I am sorry that you have had to deal with so many difficulties.
    I really believe that you have helped foster a growing sense of community in this rapidly changing town. Thanks again!

  4. We will really miss you, especially the Council Meeting coverage and your social conscious reports, such as making us aware of help for Moonfist. Wishing you all the best for the future, Britt.

  5. Thank you for keeping us so well informed, Britt. I, for one, will miss your reporting. To quote Noam Chomsky: “To some degree it matters who’s in office, but it matters more how much pressure they’re under from the public”. You have made a meaningful difference in this town.

    Real investigative journalism seems to be biting the dust all over the place (except maybe Victoria’s Focus magazine) and it is a sad moment indeed since we all need to know what is going on behind the proverbial closed doors more than ever.