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.
the declining violent crime rate over the past two years (as reported by the FBI) after the increase in the prior four years under the past administration.
Clay Township volunteer firefighters for the surprise ‘truck or treat’.
Ginger and Acadia for the life lessons and support, from B.A.R.T. Mentors.
Beth Stroh for speaking up about the problems with paid parking and supporting local businesses.
Chastity at Dr. Rinehart’s office for excellent customer service, from Cindy.
John Krull for a very thoughtful column in Thursday paper.
all the poll workers working at the voting places, especially the lady who helped us with a wheelchair, it was much appreciated.
not repainting faded center lines on Southern Crossing bridges making it a safety hazard especially at night.
whoever made the decision to make athletic event tickets at the high schools digital. They no longer want the elderly fans.
the federal elected official for giving a ridiculous speech about the demise of democracy to deflect from the disaster he has inflicted on America in the last two years.
not being appreciative of even having a paper carrier no matter where the paper lands.
the person who falsely claimed that the owner and COO said that FOX was an entertainment station.
the high school that’s gone digital on tickets and providing a surcharge and also do not have any printed programs.
federal government for not releasing thousand of hours of video of the Jan. 6 riots.
the leader who is once again sowing only discord and division.
the political ad blaming a prosecutor for a mass shooting when it’s the party’s love of guns and lack of good gun laws that are the problem.
the current administration for destroying our country.
Happy Birthday to
Jim Byford, from your family and Donna.
Marlin Brown, from Pastor Marvin Brown and Trinity Baptist Church.
Jordan Scott on No. 24, love family and friends.
Vicky Mahoney, from Bill.