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Letters: All good things do come to an end

All good things do come to an end So it is with no more weekly "End of the Line' articles penned by Jerry Fuller. My family has enjoyed his articles since he started writing for the paper. My father was a local fishing guide for several years and...

All good things do

come to an end

So it is with no more weekly "End of the Line' articles penned by Jerry Fuller.

My family has enjoyed his articles since he started writing for the paper. My father was a local fishing guide for several years and had contact with the Fuller Tackle Shop very early on. Dad was very proud and fortunate to have helped many of his fisher-people enter winners in the Golden Book.

Jerry wrote mostly local "stuff" about hunting, fishing, fond memories of growing up in Park Rapids and people of the area. Once in awhile, when there were slow times between seasons, he would challenge the reader with trivia or the information that can be found on a one-dollar bill and oh so much more.

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I will miss your articles, Jerry. Thanks for many years of fun reading.

Katherine A. Kellner

Park Rapids

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