Thanks to reporter for his integrity

I would like to congratulate Adam Eisenbarth on the quality of his reporting in the Rimbey Review this summer.

Dear Editor:

I would like to congratulate Adam Eisenbarth on the quality of his reporting in the Rimbey Review this summer. He has been a breath of fresh air and has made your paper a much more readable communication, which in my mind has been sadly lacking in the Review the last several years.

Adam, I wish you the best of everything in your future university studies and your future profession. I suspect you have learned some things in Rimbey this summer. One thing I would remind you is to never allow anyone to interfere in your right to provide news with the integrity you have shown us. Thank you.

Earl D. Giebelhaus

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