Around Town – Jan. 19

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Orchids to

the girls at the Walmart pharmacy for keeping my debit card safe until I could pick it up! from Linda.

Indiana, where we show identification to vote.

Abby at Traditions for her compassion and caring.

Tim and Linda McNealy for the wonderful meal, Tim for the hard work on my car, and Chris for bringing me home, from Jean.

Onions to

school that needs to reinstate temperature checks for school, children are exposing other children.

the article on “uncivil war.”

the party that practices ballot manipulation preaching election reform.

believing that if you wish to vote and you are a citizen you cannot and that people of color can’t get an ID.

the political party passing bills to take away the power to count people’s legitimate votes, that is not America.

the nurse and doctor who think it’s a good idea to host a party at the fairgrounds.

the career political hack saying he would stop the virus but instead has magnified the effect of the virus on our country.

local eatery featured on TV with employees not wearing gloves or masks.

those who keep complaining about other people; if they don’t want to take the vaccine, leave them alone.

the totally disengaged administration.

Happy Birthday to

Tom Goddard, from wife Judy.

Marissa Souza, from Mark, Noreen and Donna.

Beth Gifford on No. 70, from your biggest fans Kim and Pamela.

Happy Belated Birthday to

Mary Beth Wert, from Karen, Deborah, Chris, Lori, Billie and Donna.

Happy Anniversary to

Dave and Pam Dailey, from your family and Donna.

ANOTHER beautiful morning

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