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.
Nancy Pelosi who achieved terrific results and stability for the nation.
the maker of the beautiful lighted natural Christmas tree on Seneca Court.
Kelly, the CVS nurse practitioner, your energy and helpfulness is a gift that knows no season, from a grateful veteran.
the Columbus City Band for an excellent and festive concert Sunday afternoon.
the Hope Moravian Church for the beautiful music on Sunday morning.
the generous man at Walmart last Tuesday who paid for my groceries.
the party that wanted but failed to abolish the Affordable Care Act.
believing the American public doesn’t have a right to have the activities of Jan. 6, 2021 investigated and laws put in place to stop it from happening again.
the column writer for once again, like all other columns, points out the speck in the political party’s eye.
radio stations (and some retail stores) jumping the gun by playing non-stop Christmas music right after Thanksgiving way before the season truly begins and causing people to get tired of it.
drivers navigating the roundabout at Taylor Road and 31st Street who seem to think they always have the right of way over drivers on 31st Street, no matter who was there first.
The former federal elected official hosting and dinning with openly racist people and possibly looking for political endorsement.
the person in Edinburgh who stole my package out of my mailbox.
the hypocritical columnist who decries “an inquisition” coming up but has cheered on several for the last six years.
the attorney general whose choice for special counsel had his previous prosecution unanimously overturned by the U.S. Supreme Court.
Happy Birthday to
Brent Garrison, from your family, Deb and Donna.
Connie Newcomb, from your family and Donna.
Susan Calloway, from your family and Donna.
Isaac Scott, with much love from your mom and dad and all the family.