I have been an subscriber to the Standard since 1961. Lately I have been very disappointed of how much coverage on the front page of the Examiner has concerned murderers, robbers, and those whom break the law. This has been in both word and pictures. Every time one of these people sneeze, it gets front page coverage. I am writing this letter due to the front page picture of Nathanael Sloop of the March 28 ("Abuse details emerge"). The picture nearly took up two-thirds of the front page. I feel that after the first story comes out, all other news should be on page 2. This will leave space on the front page for positive stories of our decent people that deserve to be giving us something positive to read about.
Why so many pictures showing up nearly every day of both men and women who have broken the law? All these hearings go on for months and sometime years and it gets to be very tiresome for the readers, especially me.
I enjoy your paper, but please, please give us a break and give up more uplifting news, so we can enjoy our reading of the paper in the mornings.