Northwest Herald Missing

What is it that investment advisers and consumer advocates always advise?

If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.

You may remember that when my friend and I visited the Crystal Lake Expo Saturday a week ago, we found the Northwest Herald advertising and a young lady pitching a six-month subscription to the paper for $1.

Not $1 a month, but $1. Look for yourself.

Less than a penny a paper.

Closer to a half a penny an issue.

I figured when we got back from Pompano Beach there would be a stack of Northwest Heralds sitting in the driveway.

But there were none.

With apologies to the Zombies,

“She’s not there”

The other three papers I subscribe to—the Chicago Tribune, the Chicago Sun-Times and the Elgin Daily Courier—were in the driveway Sunday.

By the way, my wife wants readers to know that none of her money went to pay for the subscription to the Northwest Herald.

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