motorists who pass bicycle riders at a safe distance.
BCSC bus driver Larry Nolting for your extra effort in attempting to find the missing boot Monday morning, from staff at Richards Elementary.
North student section for playing Duck Duck Goose with the little kids during halftime of the soccer game Saturday night.
the person in the van at Taylor and Rocky Ford roads who was paying attention when my brakes failed.
Brittany Wilson for helping me clean house and chase grandbabies on my worst pain-filled days, from Marcia Linn.
the beautiful poem written to Peyton Matthew Warren published in The Republic.
Lori and Steve Robertson for a great antique fair, from booth No. 11.
Paul Holtkamp for hosting a fabulous bagel fest and monumental kick-off, from the Columbus Running club.
Lisa Sullivan for starting the garage sale page in Columbus and for having 10,000 people on her site as of last week, from Mary Sanders.
Denzell Thomas for making two touchdowns in Saturday’s game in Edinburgh, from Mamaw and Papaw Moxley.
John Clark and sons for the excellent construction job, from Gary Cope.
fast-food places that allow workers to smoke outside and do not make them wash their hands when they return.
people who borrow things and never return them.
people who don’t give food and water to their animals.
dog owners who let their dogs do their business on the golf course so they don’t have to pick it up.
people who speed down Georgetown Road where children ride their bikes.
motorists who force oncoming motor vehicle traffic into people’s front yards by choosing to occupy the opposite lane to pass bicycle riders.
those who try to justify an $18 million project with front page news coverage.
The Republic for having high school football rivalry coverage all week long.
schools that fire employees who really care about the students.
person who stole my daughter’s shoes from The Commons playground.
post office for taking eight days to deliver a letter from Indianapolis to Columbus.
newspaper that only reports on local politicians and their good-old-boy antics.
people who read the Letters to the Editor.