Around Town – Sept. 8

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Sept. 8

Orchids to

John Krull’s column regarding the former president which is well worth reading, and gives us a lot to think about.

Brayden, server at 450 North Brewing Company, for the great service on Wednesday night, from the bike group seated on the patio.

John Hayden for being named to the 2023 Forbes Best-in-State Next-Gen Wealth Advisors.

Onions to

people that the only exercise they seem to get is jumping to conclusions without even knowing any of the story.

the school staff that did not address parent’s concerns regarding the stranger on the playground.

the coach who is so blinded by his favorites that he fails to see the good anyone else does.

Proud Boys who are deservedly paying a severe price for their blind loyalty to the former president.

the 5:57 a.m. window rattling, mind jarring car stereo that thumped by on Marr Road.

the coach who breaks down and tramples on specific young players’ wills instead of lifting them up and motivating them.

the Republicans and Democrats in this town, which are one party now and what they will do to keep any competition off the ballots.

Happy Birthday to

Jan Shera, from your family and Donna.

Donna Gottried, from your family and Donna.

Mary Jane Gossett, from your family and Donna.

Marilyn McKinney, from your family, Shirley and Donna.

John Rondot, from your family and Donna.

Joan Wilson, from Pastor Marvin Brown and Trinity Baptist Church.

Joyce Davis, from your family.