“Best of” means nothing

I can’t believe this paper has fired its most popular reporter, especially after he won best reporter for the second year straight. This is a slap in the face to all your readers. It certainly means the annual “best of” event is just a ploy for marketing and doesn’t mean a thing.

I never expected this from a newspaper I valued as an honest and open voice in this community.

— Ken Cameron-Bell
Asheville

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