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Between the Lines
Back in February when we wanted to send photographer
Craig Terry to take pictures of Mark and Karen Faille, the farmers
featured in Pat Tanner’s cover story, there was snow on the ground.
We had to postpone the shoot, because we thought it wouldn’t work
to show snow-covered cattle in April. And as we go to press on Tuesday,
April 8, snow covers the ground. So much for weather predictions.
Tanner’s story, nevertheless, is food for thought in any weather.
A Princeton-based food journalist, she also can be heard Saturdays
at 9 a.m. on WHWH 1350 AM.
Regarding his dismissive letter to the editor about
U.S. 1 (April 2), I hope Herb Hobler will find something nice to write
about Princeton before he moves to Rocky Hill. But, more likely, he
will find something nice to write about Princeton only after he moves
In contrast to his "general lack of interest," I find U.S.
1 a fascinating paper. Barbara Fox’s talent for make arcane science
and business understandable, Kathleen McGinn Spring’s insight into
the lives and feelings of people in their daily work or lack of it,
and Nicole Plett’s critiques of the arts are all outstanding. I always
am better informed each week after I read your newspaper carefully
and curiously rather than cursorily and cynically.
So keep up the good work. Your niche works.
Niels H. Nielsen
President, Princeton Management Consultants Inc.
RECENTLY YOU RAN a review of papers, dailies and weekly, local to
the Princeton area (March 19). More recently a reader responded to
that article to say that he was about to move to Montgomery Township’s
Stonebridge, and lamented the lack of coverage of Montgomery in these
same newspapers (April 2).
There is a paper published monthly, advertiser supported, covering
Montgomery and Rocky Hill, called the Montgomery News. We have been
faithfully reporting the news and covering events in this area since
1995, when it was founded by Linda Bauman. We especially want people
to know the good news about what is happening in Montgomery and Rocky
Hill, and our new neighbors at Stonebridge will not be left out.
We print 16,100 copies a month and mail 15,200 copies to every home
in Montgomery Township and Rocky Hill, gratis. We are also available
at free boxes located at several spots around Montgomery.
We are also online, www.montgomerynewsonline.com, with copies of
our articles and links to community groups, schools, churches, and
Editor, the Montgomery News
In a Survival Guide story on March 19, Amanda Puppo spoke about telemarketing.
She was incorrectly identified as being connected with Market Entry.
Puppo is the proprietor of MarketReach at Windsor Commons, which is
not related to Market Entry, the firm owned by Katharine Kis
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