Around Town – Feb. 3

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Feb. 3

Orchids to

Janice at Kroger for her patience with an unruly customer, from an appreciative customer.

John Krull for his column about missing documents.

Gary and Sarah Bradley and the Walkers Chapel for the delicious food on Wednesday night.

Sharon Chrisman Wilson for the chili, it was delicious.

the House finally investigating Biden’s border crisis.

450 North Brewery for your generosity, from Change for Bartholomew County.

the new sheriff who is a man of honor.

Pastor John Armstrong for his excellent letter in Thursday’s paper.

all the people who helped me when I fell in front of Kroger, it was much appreciated.

Rev. Armstrong for his letter.

Jackson Reed going to the wrestling regionals.

the person who turned in my gold necklace with the angel pendant at Kroger.

Onions to

those spreading disinformation that using drugs is a good thing.

people who think it’s OKto use the shared left turn lane of U.S. 31 to drive for a mile or so until they get over to the right and almost hit people.

the unruly customer at a local store who was wrong and held up the line for 20 minutes.

those who complain about speeders when they probably speed too.

the political party that created the general tax cuts that expire in 2025 but not the permanent ones that benefit the rich.

the increasing cost of groceries.

an organization that once again forgets poor people would like to have a musical show on Valentine’s Day as well.

government bureaucrats participating in a coverup of suspicious activities.

all the pro-choice people who only care about themselves and don’t care about the tiny infant in the womb.

the phone company who has not fixed my landline, it has been out for three weeks, yet they send me a bill and expect me to pay for service I’m not receiving.

the new subcommittee to obstruct justice which is playing a game of politics instead of any real legislating.

the guest columnist writing about the classified document fiasco.

Happy Birthday to

Melanie Stamper, from your family, co-workers and Donna.

Angie Cunningham, from your family and Donna.

Toni Whiteside, from Joseph Hart Chapter DAR.