Letter to the Editor

Retracts statement

Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Dear Editor,

To all who read the lead article in the 12/31 issue, I would like to say that I spoke inappropriate things in an improper setting and for that I am truly sorry. To those who were adversely affected, I humbly ask for forgiveness and desire that you do well in your endeavors and prosper.

To anyone whose opinions of others were colored by mo comments, I ask that you would disregard my words as invalid, and restore your good graces upon them. In sincere and humbe apology, I offer this retraction.

Craig Christner,

McCook, Nebraska

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  • I think it is pretty sad how the original story full of lies and malicious statements is printed closer to the front of the paper, but lo-and-behold, this so-called apology is buried further back. It is ridiculous that an individual would make up such a story, but what's just as bad is it is published word for word. Comments such as these resemble slander, but where is the accountability? Not only for the accuser, but for the company willing to print it. When did reporting on a story have no bearing on accuracy anymore, when did it become commonplace that the person or persons responsible for the content are not held to the truth?

    -- Posted by A.D. on Wed, Jan 6, 2016, at 8:10 PM
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