We posted marine monument article that wasn’t exactly true, and we need to set the record straight.

Its not that the article wasn’t exactly true, but the date on the article wasn’t exactly correct, It was an AP dated 12/14/2019! When someone in a discussion thread brought up she thought it was fake, we decided to re-read the article, just to be sure, and this morning the link, nor the site we found it at are not online. It was troubling, because we strive to deliver accurate information. >click to read< 09:22

2 Responses to We posted marine monument article that wasn’t exactly true, and we need to set the record straight.

  1. Jim Kendall says:

    Borehead:
    A funny thing happened when I went to send a comment to the author, who was listed as the “Livingston Contributor”. I found that all comments to this article were closed, something that was a bit unusual for a recent article.
    Oh, in case you were wondering, I was going to mention to the author or to the “Livingston Ledger” that most fishermen as you well know, (be they male or female) prefer to not be called a “Fisher”, (a small carnivorous mammal, of the weasel family). But no one was home!
    Anyway, I’d like to take this time to wish you, your family, & all your readers “A Very Merry, Happy, Healthy, Christmas”, &/or “Happy Hanaka”!

  2. - Moderator says:

    Thank you for the comment, Jim! I’m constantly looking, and this venue, the Livingston Contributor seems to be the main feed for google, which when entering for instance lobster, you’ll get a few lobster articles, then 8 pages of nothing lobster! This is the info feed? Just saw one, with the date changed to today about F/V Destination from a couple of years ago.
    We hope you, and your family have a Merry Christmas, and a very Happy New Year.

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