Rebecca, our waitress at Cracker Barrel, for the awesome service Sunday.
Larry Jackson for an outstanding Letter to the Editor, from Martha Jackson.
Frank Berry for his Letter to the Editor.
all those who believe in pre-K for all.
Barney Quick for the excellent column in Sunday's paper.
Logan Hupp for your first win at Lawrenceburg Saturday night, from Keith, Sandy and Zach.
firefighters with a heart of tender mercy for family pets they try to save from burning homes, from Kathy.
Judy Lee for the good food and Gary Fields for the corn and tomatoes, from Hazel and Roger Lee.
the personable and patient waitress who did a good job and the manager at Zarahakos for taking such good care of the family of 40, from Leora Campbell and J. Casey.
Imogene Emmert for being an awesome mom, from Anita.
honest cashiers and management at JayC on 46 West for returning my wallet, from the person who left it at the checkout on Sunday.
John and Bobbie Walker for having photo images on display at the school of fine arts at IU, from Barbara.
person who returned my purse at Walmart that I left in the cart on Sunday.
Jimmy Johnson on his fourth win at the Brickyard 400.
John and Marcella Perry for being so thoughtful and kind, from Lloyd and Mary.
Mike Cool of Pine Ridge Log Homes for building my deck for free, from Katie.
Troy and Nancy Burton, Kim Blair and Mark Sturgin for being here for me the last few months, from Mom.
people who waste contractors' valuable time and causing them to miss out on other opportunities to make a living for their family.
the van driver who crossed, honking, onto the wrong side of McCullough Monday evening trying to hit a bicyclist.
no coverage of a local company about its new contract.
people who think race car drivers are their god.
administration that pledged to cut spending and is now raising taxes.
people in maroon SUV who did not read the No Dogs Allowed sign at Garland Brook Cemetery.
officials for making ridiculous accusations against city workers who are over the age of 50.
The Republic for the little photo of the Brickyard 400 winner and a big photo of the 10th place finisher.
some residents at the housing complex who ignore the watering ban.
whoever decided to turn 400 North into a gravel road.
people who think that a local sports hero on the front page is not news.
person who opened the package of fig cookies, ate several of them and then put them back on the shelf at a local store.
The Republic for a weak sports page.
for wanting to start a Spanish school.
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