Clarence Corriveau: Leave the deer alone |

Clarence Corriveau: Leave the deer alone

To the editor:

I read, with great interest, your recent news article about the “aggressive” deer problem in Craig.

I cannot believe that anyone in Craig America could be afraid to go out of their house because of the deer. What has become of my hometown?

Maybe the deer have been too aggressive with someone’s roses, yes. But that’s food, dude. (Sorry, I couldn’t resist a little modern language rhyming.)

A deer on your street is a blessing from Mother Nature. Just be glad it’s not a moose.

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And, those who are worried about the little deer should get out and smell the roses and fresh air.

There is some danger on the streets of Craig, but it is all from the animals of the two-legged variety.

Clarence Corriveau

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