SPANKS, writes a reader, to the driver of the vehicle who was at McDonald's in Chester last week and was so impatient waiting to pull out into traffic that he almost backed into my car.
SPANKS, writes a reader, to the school district that does thumb print scanning, but sill does not drug test employees who are working daily with our children.
THANKS, writes a reader, to whomever returned a bracelet I lost at Walmart.
The "ELGAB" ladies of the First United Methodist Church want to send a thanks to Paul Taylor, Tom Gulutz and Pastor Dale Sutton for rescuing us when our bus broke down in Austintown. Their help and taxi service was greatly appreciated.
Thanks, writes a reader, to Seasons of the Heart, Lou Volino, McDonald's, Tim Horton's, Giant Eagle and all others who supported with donations for the FOP 28 bike run. Big thanks to our police department escorts with the roadside blocks.
SPANKS, writes a reader, to those who show no consideration for others in public or acknowledge when others show consideration toward them.
Thanks, writes a reader, to Elks Lodge 258, Walmart, Giant Eagle, L&B Donuts, Scotty's Place, and all others who made donations and helped with the benefits for Jenifer Springer.
THANKS, writes a reader, to the Thompson Park staff, the mayor, coaches, families and volunteers who donated time and talents to the Dolphin Park Swim Team.
THANKS, writes a reader, to the county road employees who chipped and sealed Sidehill Road. SPANKS, though, to those drivers of vehicles that tore up the roadway by spinning their tires.
SPANKS, writes a reader, to those in the Pleasant Heights who repeatedly engage in open burning after dark. Your fires fill the neighborhood with thick smoke and make it difficult for those with respiratory problems to breath.
THANKS, writes a reader, to the young men who donated the time and the material to patch the holes on Orchard Grove.
THANKS, writes a reader, to Debbie at the downtown post office for being very helpful and going out of her way to help me send a birthday gift to an out of town friend. Service from great people like Debbie remind me of why we should all use the USPS more often.