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Fletcher

Throughout her nearly three decades in the newspaper industry, the most important thing Gettysburg Times Assistant Editor Holly Fletcher has learned is patience.

When talking to an angry caller who did not get a newspaper one morning, Fletcher, now 50, realized how significant missing one edition could be for an avid reader.

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