Around Town – Oct. 28

Editor’s Note: Submissions to Around Town are opinions submitted anonymously by readers, not factual representations, and do not reflect the viewpoints of The Republic or its staff. Submitted orchids and onions regarding any candidate on the Nov. 8 ballot are being withheld until after the election.

Oct. 28

Orchids to

Amanda at Garland Brook Cemetery for your kindness, from a grateful family.

the nice Target employee who offered to push my cart, unload my items into my car, and put my cart away, from the eight-month pregnant lady.

the excellent editorial in defense of our public library and its staff.

all the librarians in Columbus and elsewhere, keep up the good work and don’t let a few Pharisees get you down.

John Staples Custom Muffler and Pipe for working me in last minute and doing a fantastic job with my Jeep.

the commissioners for their support of a practical approach to the solar farm regulations.

Petersville United Methodist Church for the staff treats, from Clifty Creek Elementary.

Indiana University Police Department for finding my wallet on Wednesday night, thank you.

Duke Energy for fixing the street light at 14th and Sycamore near the alley, from Luretta.

Jason Hatton with the library.

President Biden’s Inflation Reduction Act with measures to help our economy.

the fine editorial in Thursday’s edition.

Onions to

anyone who puts worldwide inflation and higher fuel prices as the fault of President Joe Biden.

people who don’t realize during an obvious food shortage crisis that you can’t eat solar panels.

the rude greeter at the food pantry.

the people who support the solar farm project, when they don’t live near the proposed site and don’t have to see it every day.

Happy Birthday to

Janet Bullock, from your family, Crystal and Donna.