To the editor:
As I write this, it's Halloween, a day for fun and candy. But last night, "Fox Night," is known for craziness and adventure, although, in this day and age you would think that parents have instilled enough respect in their children to not break or ruin other's property.
My husband I live in Laurium and during the night last night somebody took the three pumpkins that we took the time to buy and carve so beautifully and destroy them.
I understand that Fox Night is a tradition but why ruin somebody's property and take the chance of getting in trouble?