Dogs get bigger headline than Journalists beheading

09/03/2014 11:09 AM

09/04/2014 11:14 AM

Re "Tables turn for canines" (Page A1, Sept. 3) and "Video depicts second atrocity" (Page A1, Sept. 3): I believe your headlines in the Sept. 3 issue were inappropriately placed. Installing the huge article about dogs eating on patios on the front page, along side a smaller Page One article about the recent beheading of a U.S. journalist seems disrespectful and inappropriate. Surely, the latter event is more important and should have been the most prominent.

In fact, the dog article would have been better placed on the front page of the Our Region section.

-- Kathy Metzger, Loomis

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