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DeMuro: Reading Scottsdale Independent is ‘a pleasure’

Posted 11/6/20

I continually stay impressed with the Independent.

I just finished the Nov. 1 issue of the Scottsdale paper. I enjoyed the articles on 5G, fires in Scottsdale and the real estate market.

I …

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DeMuro: Reading Scottsdale Independent is ‘a pleasure’

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I continually stay impressed with the Independent.

I just finished the Nov. 1 issue of the Scottsdale paper. I enjoyed the articles on 5G, fires in Scottsdale and the real estate market.

I have been wondering why I feel that way about your paper and the best way for me to describe my observations is that I find the reporting impartial and in depth.

There is no sensationalism and no bias toward a conclusion that comes from the reporting. It is almost like reading a research report on the subject.

I had no idea how much the other papers lack that objectivity. In either case, it’s a pleasure.

Editor’s Note: Mike DeMuro is a resident of Scottsdale.

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