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• Sherry in the jewelry department of the eastside Walmart for being so kind and helpful in finding the right gift for the baby to give to her mommy on her first Mom’s Day, from the lady looking for a gift for her daughter.
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• the resident of the Caldwell Addition for putting a large amount of trash in the alley, knowing full well that trash is picked up on the street.
• gas stations in Columbus, as gas is $3.25 near the outlet mall.
• thru-drivers who insist on using Carr Hill Road when it is closed for construction.
• the driver of the white minivan that threw the lit cigarette out the window on Central Avenue.
• the basketball league that fosters poor sportsmanship.
• the people who voted for an unqualified candidate.
• The Republic for refusing to cover the visit and speech of U.S. Sen. Joe Donnelly and State Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz in our city.
• the gas station that raised prices 54 cents in one day and could not explain why.
• election volunteers who took up nearly all the parking places during the primary.
• the town that completely ignores rules and regulations.
• building a park in a floodplain with no sidewalks.
• the young mother near the library with a baby on the back of her bicycle who ignored a four-way stop and put herself and her baby in danger.
• people who leave their articles-for-sale ads in the newspaper long after they are sold.
• the hospital for the poor food selection in the cafeteria.
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