Letters: Modern content never amiss

Stories in Sooke News Mirror appreciated by reader

Great article by Daniel Chauvin on “drop the cell phone challenge.”  A timely topic, considering the latest science on the dangers of cell phone use, especially in young people.

Kudos to the Sooke News Mirror for broadening its vision, and maybe even its readership by incorporating articles such as that one, the ones on mushrooms, on our young cycling mayor and on children learning from being out in nature into the newspaper.

Some more modern generation content never goes amiss.

Jo Phillips

Otter Point

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