Around Town – Sept. 7

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Sept. 7

Orchids to

knowing when you have enough money.

Wilford Lutes’ letter to the editor.

Onions to

the strong offensive sewer odor east of the intersections of Second and California and Third and California.

private schools getting public grant money to help with safety.

the league that still has the wrong (smaller) size goals on the soccer fields.

allowing the local unelected health care monopoly to run the city and county who are rubber stamping anything they wish to do.

parents allowing toddlers to roam all over the Royal View neighborhood for hours in the middle of the streets, without any parental concern.

people who call librarians “Marxists” who would know that isn’t true if they read a book!

not having the lights on the art exhibit on Fourth Street during the dark hours at night.

the four people smoking and the ones drinking at the Hospice concert Saturday night.

the leader who left the award ceremony before it was finished.

Happy Birthday to

Luna Sturgeon, from your family and Donna.

Sharon Behrman, from Joseph Hart Chapter DAR.

Connie Roberts, from Pastor Marvin Brown and Trinity Baptist Church.

David Gates, from Mom, Stephanie, Bobbi, Kaydence, Steven, Easton, Jessica, Skyler, Mason, and Ryder.