Spanks, writes a reader, to school districts that require that coaches must come from within the school system.
Spanks, writes a reader, to the Riverview Cemetery for the new rules.
Thanks, writes a reader, to Liverpool Township, East Palestine, and Wellsville police for the support in helping the Paws-r-Riding on it bike run. Spanks, though, to those who attempted to curtail our event.
Spanks, writes a reader, to those responsible for not permitting the Little Beavers' Football teams play on the high school field when the season opened against Wellsville. The track field was way too small to try and accommodate all those fans.
Thanks, writes a reader, to Chris and Allison at Circle Physical Therapy in Calcutta for their professionalism, knowledge, dedication and caring.
Thanks, writes a reader, to Roma's Pizzeria and Restorante for sponsoring the Oak Glen Cross Country team with a fundraiser night. Also, Thanks to Jeff, Cindy, Jeffrey and Joey Davis and Water World for all their support helping with the fundraiser.
The White hats wish to say thanks to the anonymous person, family, or group who purchased Oak Glen season football tickets for us.
Thanks, writes a reader, to the Wellsville School District for providing a free breakfast and lunch to our K-8 students. It is appreciated in these hard economic times.
Spanks, writes a reader, to Kent-East Liverpool for not having the books that students need at the beginning of the semester.
Thanks, writes a reader, to the man who paid for my purchase at the Dollar General store in Calcutta last Saturday.
Thanks, writes a reader, to the person who was kind enough to return a black vinyl croco journal at Calcutta Walmart.
Thanks, writes a reader, to Jim, who has been working at the Hot Dog Shoppe for as long as I can remember. He is always cheerful, always seems happy to greet customers, and always has a kind word and a smile. The food is wonderful, but Jim is also a big part of what makes going to the Hot Dog Shoppe a consistently positive experience.
Thanks, says The Review, to First United Methodist Church on Fifth Street in East Liverpool for replacing the landscaping around the church. It is beautiful and colorful.