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  • Readers Hotline 2/13/17

    Bad for the neighborhood

  • Readers Hotline 2/8/17

    Holes to patch

  • Readers Hotline 2/6/17

    Two-edged
    I’d like to comment about the women’s march on Washington. In my opinion, a march is alright if it is a peaceful march. But, these women are marching on the first day Donald Trump is in office. You have heard of a two-edged sword. It’s darned if you do, darned if you don’t. I don’t think he could do it, but if Donald Trump could walk on water, they would have something to say about it.

    Hogging spaces

  • Readers Hotline 2/1/17

    Pull together

  • Readers Hotline 1/30/17

    Not a choice

  • Readers Hotline 1/25/17

    Let’s hear it

  • Readers Hotline 1/23/17

    Lucky or not?
    I’d like to make a comment about national championship game for college football. Alabama was supposed to win by about 21 points. Friday the 13th was the same week. Some people think number 13 is an unlucky number. But the guy who caught the winning touchdown pass had the number 13 on his jersey. Think about it for yourself. Is it unlucky or lucky?
    Editor’s note: Alabama was favored over Clemson by 6.5 points at most betting sports books. Clemson won, 35-31.   

  • Readers Hotline 1/18/17

    Grip the wheel

  • Readers Hotline 1/16/17

    No attempt
    Isn’t it a sad state of affairs when a truck [from a local jurisdiction] comes to your neighborhood and stops at the end of the driveway and makes no attempt to scrape the snow and ice off of your street so you could get out? Yet, our postman made three attempts to come up the hill. Finally parked his truck and walked to our mailboxes to deliver our mail. He got the job done. Lastly, a young man with a pickup and no chains came to our neighborhood and scraped our street where the truck made no attempt to do so.

  • Readers Hotline 1/11/17

    Between the lines
    I have had it up to here with all the people who just don’t know how to park. They put those little white lines on the road so you know where to put your vehicle. Not on top of it. Not across it, but within the lines. Even then, if people do manage to do it, they are a good two feet out from the curb. Don’t you know you are supposed to be right next to the curb? Oh, these people just burn me up.

    Under the covers