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Mayor Uses Pen Name To Report City's Good News

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Mike Winder, the mayor of a Salt Lake City suburb, thought there was too much crime in the paper. So he started a second career as a freelance writer, under the pen name Richard Burwash. Before a policy against pen names forced him to confess, he provided more than a dozen articles, and even quoted himself.
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