Shame on the Renton Reporter for making a front-page story on dressing the sculptures at Gene Coulon (“20 years of friendship, fun and Interface fashion,” Renton Reporter, April 25) more important then honoring a Renton resident, Donisha Miller, who probably saved lives by notifying the Fire Department and residents of a fire in the apartments where she lived.
Not only was it not on the front page but the article is so small you can’t even tell who is who in the picture and the print is so small its hard to read. Shame on you.
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