Around Town – March 8

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March 8

Orchids to

the employee at Fifth Third Bank on 25th Street for always being so nice and friendly and always willing to help me, from Paula.

those who understand there are no “obscene” books in any school or public library.

library professionals who choose a variety of books covering diverse topics to inform and educate our community.

International Women’s Day, though bittersweet since women in America now have less rights than our parents and grandparents did.

Tucker Carlson for broadcasting the truth.

Onions to

the columnist who needs to look around and see what is happening to our kids.

all the people who still deny the Jan. 6th insurrection.

anyone who believes anything broadcast on the conservative television “entertainment” network.

the school administration for their half thought through plan about restructuring, instead of utilizing current resources, you want to spend more tax dollars.

the school system for not realizing block scheduling is bad for kids and graduation rates.

the fact that in this day in America, our daughters have fewer rights than their mothers and grandmothers.

hiring someone who has little to no experience instead of hiring someone with experience.

the leader still spreading falsehoods about voting laws and voter suppression.

Happy Birthday to

Brad Covert, from your family, co-workers and Donna.

Chad Mayer, from your family and Donna.

Deena Bratcher, from your family and Donna.

Shirley Phares, from your family, Rita and Donna.

Bob Bullock, from Janet and Donna.

Toni Jordan on No. 66, from Dale and family.

Logan Hoene, from Grandma Tricia and Uncle Mikel.