Wetterlings had connections to news that mattered

There is nothing more compelling at a newspaper convention than Patty and Jerry Wetterling telling their story to 300 journalists.
The Friday luncheon at the Minnesota Newspaper Association convention offered an almost surreal look at the connection between news and family tragedy, and ultimately a closure that was healing for the Wetterling family.
There were connections that mattered. The Wetterlings recently connected with Mike Jacobson, president of the Minnesota Newspaper Association and owner of the Paynesville Press. This was the small town newspaper that covered Jacob Wetterling’s abduction in 1989 and whose archives helped solve the case.

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