Letters Impress, Repel



Nate Lee's wrestling prowess demonstrated that he was indeed a credit to his work ethic, his family, his coaches and his community. But, I will remember him most for the excellent letter he wrote to the Roundup acknowledging how the help of others contributed to his success.

On the other end of the scale is Russ Krueger, whose letter of hate for others who are not of his color or beliefs does nothing to solve problems or lead to the harmony our country needs to move foreword in these difficult times. I'm surprised that no one else has criticized his poisonous letter.

George Spears, Payson

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