Around Town – Sept. 10

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Sept. 10

Orchids to

Pat Warner for the buttermilk pie.

the entire Penn Station staff and manager for the professional service and handling of my missing order, from Nana Willey.

Willow Crossing Health and Rehab’s wonderful staff for having a fun car show, from the Cox family.

Rose Johnson in the Bartholomew County Auditor’s Office for her time and expertise in tracking down valuable information to me, from Donna Browne.

Michael Leppert, guest columnist.

our country’s institutions with their free speech and respect for the rights of minorities and the inspiration of broad tolerance in thought and expression.

Onions to

the state taxing college debt relief, but not the relief from corporations.

anyone believing that murder can be a religious belief.

not realizing that no data shows capital punishment has any proven impact on the murder rate.

anyone who thinks America will be made great again if our democracy is destroyed and our country is an authoritarian dictatorship.

those griping about two Marines standing behind the federal elected official when the former federal elected official did exactly the same thing.

the former federal elected official stealing classified documents that could cause harm to national security.

guest columnist declaring the former federal elected official guilty before the facts are even investigated by the law.

post office for holding mail three or more days a week then cramming boxes so full you can’t get it out of the box.

Happy Birthday to

John Bradbury, from your family and Donna.

Emmitt Hanner, from your family and Donna.

Anna Kurtz, from your family, Judi and Donna.

Judi Rea, from your family and Donna.

Harold Hatter, from our family and Donna.

Stefani Christopher, from your family and Donna.

“Miss Pat” Dodge, from Parker, Snuggles, & Sherbert.

John Bradbury, from John Tinkey.

Linda Carmichael, from Luretta and your friends at AT&T.