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the CRH Emergency Department for saving my friend’s life Tuesday morning.
Lou Ann at CRH for the help with the hospital bill and payment information, from Joyce Adams and Darrin Louden.
Kate and Chuck for the information passed along in the Understanding ACEs Workshop, from Lee Shipman.
Nic Porter at Third Street Auto for the taco lunch on Tuesday. How generous of you to treat all of us at Schmitt! From the Schmitt Staff.
Julia Stumpff for her spot-on letter in Thursday’s Republic regarding the current use of fearmongering to pass unneeded laws and not addressing the real issues.
Fox News asking honest questions that need to be answered.
Kevin McCarthy for letting light shine on the true Jan. 6.
those who know that women’s rights are human rights.
the current House leadership, which is debunking the previous false narratives put forth by the opponent party.
Fox News for bringing forth the light on the Jan. 6 incident.
the faux news channel that continues to promote the big lie, eroding the trust a democracy is built on.
the local dentist office for charging a $50 cancellation fee when no one mentioned this when I became sick and called to cancel my appointment. You have lost a longtime paying customer.
people critical of a television host.
those that seem to forget we have laws to protect children, otherwise, following their logic, a child should be able to decide to attend a strip club, drink alcohol and smoke cigarettes.
having top-heavy school administration that continues ineffective performance, even when no increase in student population and more tax dollars being mismanaged.
firing the best animal control officer in the department.
Happy Birthday to
Jerry Harriman, from your family, co-workers and Donna.
Brad Stinebring, from Amy, Judy and Donna.
Betty Brown, from your family and Donna.
Emily Nunemaker, from Kim, Randy, and Sarah.
Mickey May, from Luretta and your friends at AT&T.