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• Karen Dugan for helping me search for my missing dog, from Paige Harden.
• City Council for holding people accountable and demanding the truth.
• the Northside eighth-grade cheerleaders for cheering for the seventh-grade boys’ team when the seventh grade couldn’t, from a seventh-grade fan.
• the boys and girls on displaying the American flag properly and the boys who properly folded the flag.
• the man who turned in our lost keys at CVS and to CVS for calling us, from a grateful couple.
• Columbus East bands and director David Rodgers for a very nice meal and a wonderful concert Thursday night, from Jacob and Aaron Villiger’s grandparents.
• Jennifer Whaley and her helpers for a wonderful Teacher Appreciation Week, from
• St. Bartholomew staff.
• Pam Streeval for all the kind and thoughtful things you have done for Micki Yates, from Boyd, Shane, Becky and Donna.
• the Langdons for being kind and thoughtful neighbors,
• from Roberta.
• the driver who prepaid my Taco Bell order and even told the cashier to give me the leftover change, from a grateful customer.
• our farmers for supplying our needs, from Elsie Rogers.
• the lady at Circle K on 17th and National early Friday morning for paying for my items when the credit card machine would not work, Robin Swezea.
• Larry Clark for his great letter to the editor expressing the thoughts of so many Golden employees.
• Wanda Huff for doing my laundry the entire winter due to weather and illness, from a most grateful sister.
• Dee and Susan at Skooter’s for helping me with the elderly woman, from Sharon.
• Mary Lou in Columbus Regional Hospital’s centralized scheduling and Steve in the MRI department for going over and beyond for a patient, from Kevin and Ramanda Kinnick.
• Onions to…
• to those who are against the Second Amendment.
• those who are already complaining about potholes.
• coaches who have no idea how to talk to their players in a way that inspires them to play their best.
• the florist for screwing up my flowers twice and not delivering any flowers on Valentine’s Day.
• City Council for getting an out-of-area attorney and spending taxpayers’ money.
• those who complain about loud motorcycles.
• stores that falsely accuse people of stealing.
• the newspaper carrier in the Hope area that cannot get the paper in the box but leaves the paper in the rain and mud.
• generations of people who don’t know how to clean up after themselves.
• those who want to sell alcohol at the State Fair.
• no fines for those who allow their dogs to defecate in other people’s yards.
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