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Letter: My day was ruined by the Herald's mountain lion photo

I did my best while reading the online version of the Grand Forks Herald to avoid the article on the mountain lion recently killed near Dunseith.

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I did my best while reading the online version of the Grand Forks Herald to avoid the article on the mountain lion recently killed near Dunseith. Unfortunately, while scrolling through the paper the photo popped up. First, the beautiful and majestic photo of the cat caught on a trail camera and then the one after having been shot.

Feedlots for deer, cameras everywhere to advise hunters of wildlife movement and sonar in boats to locate fish. The cards are stacked.

I believe there is a way to remove this most unwanted content from my subscription to the Herald. It ruins my day.

Jody Sharp, Hamilton, North Dakota

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