Local in New Yorker

Posted by crosenbl on April 3, 2009 

    Centre County is in the New Yorker.

   

    This week's issue features correspondence from Middletown, Conn.; Kalamazoo, Mich.; Morpeth, United Kingdom — and Bellefonte.

  

    The letter writer, Martha Kolln, actually lives in Patton Township off Buffalo Run Road, but no matter: One of our own gets some prestigious ink.

 

    Kolln is no stranger to seeing her thoughts published, having been a contributor to the Centre Daily Times opinion pages for years. But in this case, she made the cut in a global competition — with an observation, of all things, on convicted swindler Bernard Madoff's semantics during his fraud trial. I don't want to steal her thunder; you can read her comment here.

 

    Congratulations, Martha.

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