Around Town – Aug. 18

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Aug. 18

Orchids to

President Biden’s fantastic job of actually governing.

Irma and Gil at State Farm Insurance.

all who supported and donated to the Kentucky Disaster Relief drive through last Saturday.

Orphan Grain Train, loading a trailer for Ysleta Lutheran Mission, El Paso, Texas, and the help of Dan, Colin, Eric, and Jerry.

the wonderfully uplifting article about a musician and her precious son.

Columbus Optical for their quick and efficient service getting new specs to the old lady who misplaced her old ones at home!

Zack Ellison for the great article and clear explanation!

Zack Ellison for his spot-on letter.

the true patriot Liz Cheney for defending the Constitution from the attacks by the disgraced former leader.

our great congressman for protecting us from the new IRS agents who will be hired as part of the inflation reduction act.

Lori Goode Tree Service for the expertise and professionalism in removal of 45-year-old tree, from Shirley and Jack Holmes.

Onions to

thinking taxing corporations will lighten the inflationary blow on the average consumer.

the trains coming through Taylorsville sounding their horns 12 times from each train.

thinking abortion is a method of birth control.

not having a top-two primary system.

believing the current federal elected official has done anything positive for the country.

wasting taxpayer dollars on repaving U.S. 31 when there’s a lot of other roads that need it worse.

the former federal official who should be held accountable for his illegal acts just like any other American citizen.

condemning the former federal officials.

calling law enforcement officers the Gestapo.

comparing a moderate guy from Delaware to King George III.

Happy Belated Birthday to

Shirleen Shaw.

Happy Belated Anniversary to

Bob and Linda Meadows, from your family, Nancy, and Donna.