Why drop Monday cartoons, and where's Priggee now?

Question: I noted that your Monday edition seems to have dropped the editorial page of political cartoons, but for one. With the reduced comment in the Monday edition, I really enjoyed the illustrated editorials.

In a related question, what ever happened to Milt Prigee? The man is a complete master of speaking volumes with one illustration? Politically, he would occcasionally drive me up the proverbial wall? I do miss his work, and would like to see it occasionally. -- Brehon McFarland, Plummer, Idaho

Answer: Because the size of the Monday paper is so small, we decided to shrink the editorial section from two pages to one page. We opted to continue running letters to the editor and cut the cartoons instead of the other way around.

Milt Priggee lives in Oak Harbor, Wash., on Puget Sound. His work can be viewed at his Web site. -- Ken Sands, managing editor of online and new media

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