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• Ms. Williams for her very kind Orchid and for making my day much brighter, from Susan at Columbus Regional Hospital.
• Jennie Chrisman for your unfailing technical support to the staff and students at Columbus North High School, from your fans at CNHS.
• Elizabeth Lowe for her letter to the editor Tuesday.
• to the city garage for a quick response to my pothole report, from a pothole-dodging cyclist.
• Bill Kozar for the excellent letter about little Columbus.
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• Matt Jackson for making your family proud by winning your Golden Gloves boxing match in Indianapolis, from Bonnie Morgan.
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• Columbus East JV baseball team for being an exciting team to watch, from your fans.
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• narrow-minded conservatives who link fascism and our president.
• for not using Columbus engineers to study traffic and for using engineers from Indy that have nothing in mind but taking our money.
• business that lets the hard workers go but puts up with people who do drugs, have felonies and miss work all the time.
• gym that does not maintain their equipment and does not replace damaged items in a timely manner, and management for not caring about its members.
• those seeking such a radical change of our iconic and architecturally significant library plaza when the maintenance of the current plaza has been so poor.
• The Republic for not printing the Monday Mega Millions results in Wednesday's paper.
• cemetery that takes Easter decoration out of pots when they haven't taken the Christmas flowers off.
• lack of reflectors on 25th Street that make driving hazardous in bad weather.
• driver of the maroon Chevy that ran the red light at Seventh and Central on Thursday morning.
• those in this nation who have become hateful, nasty and cynical to those who do not share their political views.
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