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Diana C. has been our Journal Sentinel carrier for half a year give or take. In that time there's not been a single instance when I've failed to find the paper outside the door in the morning. No matter the weather, the road conditions or time of day, it's always there. This morning the paper was there when I checked at 5:15 a.m., and it was double-bagged!
In all our years of subscribing we've never had better service from our carrier. I asked a friend of mine, who's a longtime JS carrier, if he's experienced earlier truck times. He said they usually run just as late as they've always been.
So my guess would be our home is toward the beginning of her route, but it's hard to know for sure. We've never met. She's always here and gone before I get up in the morning.
My appreciation to all carriers out there who do there best to deliver the news in the cold, dark and snowy/icy/rainy night, and especially to our carrier, Diana.