Thanks, writes a reader, to the person who found my YMCA card and returned it to Smith Oil employees, who then made sure I got it back.
Thanks, writes a reader, to Bill Smith for the time and hard work he puts in with his Middle Level Destination Imagination team. His efforts are greatly appreciated by the students and parents. Congratulations on coaching the first ever team from East Liverpool City Schools to qualify for the Global Competition.
Thanks, writes a reader, to the CART drivers who are caring and very supportive of patients who need the transportation for medical reasons.
Thanks, writes a reader, to St. Stephen's Parish for how beautiful the church looked for Easter Sunday.
Spanks, writes a reader, to the person who stole my credit card number by use of a card skimmer at one of the three places I shop.
Thanks, writes a reader, to everyone involved in CitySweep for allowing East Liverpool residents to bring unwanted household items to be disposed of for free. Thanks also to WTI for allowing us to dispose of unwanted paints and chemicals.
Spanks, writes a reader, to whomever removed the cement angel statue and live purple hyacinth from the eternal resting place of Carol Wilson. You need to return it to Riverview Cemetery.
Spanks, writes a reader, to an area high school coach for comments made about his team.
Thanks, writes a reader, to the staff at the Hancock County Senior Citizen building, the lunch you provide and the many volunteers.
Thanks, writes a reader, to the two ladies who gave my husband 10 manufacture coupons for McCormick Spice envelopes at the Calcutta Giant Eagle.
Thanks, writes a reader, to the Marathon gas station in the East End for having clean gas pump handles and key pads.
Ron and JoAnn Talbott send a thanks to everyone who has shown support to the family after their house burned down on Jan. 4.
Thanks, writes a reader, to the East Liverpool High School students and staff who took so much time to practice and perform the musical, "Back to the 80s."
Thanks, writes a reader, to ELSD bus driver Dave (Bus 4) for going the extra mile to make sure my daughter arrives home safe after school. It means the world to know that she's well taken care of with you as her bus driver.
THANKS from Moving Youth2Youth to the Tri-State Burial Group, Mayor Jim Swoger and the entire community that came out and supported the picnic Saturday. Thanks, also, to the local businesses that supported the event through donations.