Around Town – Nov. 5

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Orchids to

those who ask “how” and “when” will we mourn the more than 700,000 deaths in the United States due to COVID-19.

Onions to

the article on economic changes.

political party for not screaming voter fraud when the opposition party wins a race.

“rough road” signs in one direction on County Road 50N leaving westbound cars unaware of the torn-up road.

all involved for letting the dog pass away.

the new condo owners who expect the association to pay their repair bills.

the fast food restaurant that advertises opening at 5 a.m. but hardly ever get there that early.

those who count non-stopping cars.

cars that run through stoplights, it’s not even safe to try and go through a stoplight when it turns yellow.

the junkiest yard with carpet laying out and a yard that needs to be mowed and cleaned up.

the former administration, which could have reduced COVID-19 deaths by 30 to 40 percent.

the blasphemous behavior of evangelicals today, paying attention to only one or two issues and not paying attention to the red-lettered words in the Bible.

Happy Birthday to

Chad Buehler, from your family and Donna.

John Dunlap on No. 75, from your hunny.

Cindy House, from all your family.

Jamie Shepherd, from all your coworkers at Columbus Internal Medicine.

Nancy Schoenbein, from Joseph Hart Chapter DAR.

Carolyn Kessel, from Joseph Hart Chapter DAR.

Jackson Fox on No. 17, love Mom, Dad, Lila, Grayson, Keegan!

Jacob McCarty, from Pat and Mike.

Troy Tabhea/Sumo, from Doug, Rob, and all your rowdy friends.

Happy Anniversary to

Dennis and Trish Park, from your family and Donna.

ANOTHER beautiful morning

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