I have an idea
Joey Brooks. I’ve been reading a lot of articles about the bus system stopping their Wal-Mart to Buffalo Ridge route. To all those people over there I feel sympathy for you and I have a solution. You can take one of the carts and just walk it up the hill to start off with to Buffalo Ridge. You gotta get your groceries home somehow. Then as a good deed, you can ride the cart back down the mountain to Wal-Mart and if a policeman pulls you over just tell him you were trying to do a good deed in trying to return the cart. Or the other solution for the handicapped person, he could maybe borrow the battery-powered grocery cart and just ride it home and have somebody there on the other side that needs to get their groceries bring it back.
Maybe if the Town of Avon wasn’t planning on paving over the only pedestrian friendly area in town and calling it Main Street as some kind of gimmick where they already have new buildings standing empty for lack of business, they could afford a bus to Buffalo Ridge. My name’s Rich Schnelle.
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Participate in The Longevity Project
The Longevity Project is an annual campaign to help educate readers about what it takes to live a long, fulfilling life in our valley. This year Kevin shares his story of hope and celebration of life with his presentation Cracked, Not Broken as we explore the critical and relevant topic of mental health.
My name is Anthony Sincebaugh. I just had a comment about your article about Kelly Kovacik, the acupuncturist. I was a patient of hers a couple of months ago and she helped me quit smoking, and I just wanted to thank her and thank you for giving her the due that she deserves. She’s a wonderful practitioner of Chinese medicine and acupuncture, and I’ve been smoke free for two months.