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Hats off to the Daily Globe for its continued coverage of the abused horse incident in the Worthington area. It's amazing to me that the Daily Globe feels the continuing need to place this story on the front page. Perhaps the Globe should focus n...

Hats off to the Daily Globe for its continued coverage of the abused horse incident in the Worthington area. It's amazing to me that the Daily Globe feels the continuing need to place this story on the front page. Perhaps the Globe should focus not only on animals, but the neglected children and numerous sexual predators in our community as well.

In all of the articles published on this incident, not once has Mr. Ruesch's side of the story been told. I farmed next to the Ruesch family for many years and I would like to say that they are some of the hardestworking, community-minded people that I know of. Mr. Ruesch, over the years, has spent many days and nights volunteering in nursing homes, helping with various church activities, and countless hours grilling for the Pork Producers.

Mr. Ruesch is being portrayed as an uncaring, cruel person. I can assure you he is not. If the Daily Globe is going to continue to report this story, I suggest that you get the whole story, instead of the negative bits and pieces you are presently reporting.

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