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Hiring is a challenge now for many businesses.

The Peninsula Daily News is no exception.

Many newspaper carriers have retired, moved or become too ill to continue delivering newspapers in the wee hours of the morning and we find ourselves stymied at times in providing the service we want to give our readers.

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