Spanks, writes a reader, to an area high school varsity football head coach for allowing players to use tobacco products on school property. It makes it difficult for the other parents to keep their kids smoke free. Spanks, also, to the same coach for allowing the boys to use profanity - loud enough for fans, many younger children, to hear - during games.
Thanks, writes a reader, to those who agree the new rules at Riverview Cemetery will help maintain the historical significance and quiet beauty of this lovely setting.
Thanks, writes a reader, to the employees of the East Liverpool Dairy Queen for their great patience during the recent power outage last Sunday. Not once did I see an employee lose their temper with any of the many impatient customers. Spanks, though, to those impatient customers. Those people were working very hard and they deserved more understanding.
Thanks, writes a reader, to Team Mojo Foundation - a wonderful non-profit organization that helped our son during a tragic time in his life. Not only was he glad to be able to enroll in a class, he also learned another important lesson on helping and giving to others. You are an inspiration to all young people.
Spanks, writes a reader, to those who keep dropping off unwanted cats (kittens) in our local neighborhood of Pleasant Heights.
Spanks, writes a reader, to the person who removed the beautiful pot of flowers from our parents' grave at Columbiana Memorial Park Cemetery.
Spanks, writes a reader, to those responsible for not finishing the pot hole repairs on Henry Avenue in East Liverpool. More than half the road is not completed.
Spanks, writes a reader, for those responsible for the look of the unfinished Patterson Field project and the constant he-said, she-said bickering between those involved. You all should be ashamed, especially now that the season is here and the project remains as it does - not complete.