- The inside page giving the statewide election results has a nice swirly center graphic reading "Elección 08." Not another word of Spanish appears in the paper. Still, a nice shout-out to our Hispanic community.
- Last-place county commission candidate Gene Anderson places a "Thank you for your support" ad. Problem is, the word "SUPPORT" is slapped askew, in ragged-looking white letters, over other white letters, making it hard to read. Hm, maybe someone was Designing Under the Influence?
- A rather impolitic advertising choice: The leader gives President-Elect Obama full color, but tucks him away on the inside back page. And the ad at the bottom of the page: One Stop of Madison urges you to "Scope out These Rifle Shell Savings", complete with a big gunsight graphic. Oooo... didn't think that one through, did we, Marketing?
You wonder how often this happens? - Something I have been suspicious about a long time, picking favorites and winners and losers at city hall; A Sioux Falls contractor says his company has be...
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