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Thank you Patty Korn for showing the community how much you care. Your acts of service — from cleaning the roads to putting up American flags in Westport — don’t go unnoticed. Glad to see you inspiring others to do the same. Thanks for keeping Denver beautiful!

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To the person who picked up a little brown dog on Unity Church Road near HWY. 16 last Thursday Morning - you are a kind and loving person. His people owe you a huge debt of gratitude and I know that, as he surely would have been run over, had it not been for your kindness. Thank you. God bless. 

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THANK YOU to the wonderful woman in the dark SUV at the CVS on Webbs Road. She noticed cash fall from my pocket as I went into the pharmacy. She kindly waited until I came out to point it out to me. I didn't even realize that I had dropped it. She wouldn't take a reward, but I'd like to offe…

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I applaud  Edward McFadden for trying to do something more useful to the Block Smith Gym. It would give kids in the county another place to go and learn things. 

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Thank you to the officer who stopped the tall white van on Highway 16 N. bypass near the Lincolnton/Mooresville exit on the afternoon of April 11th. This van has, on numerous occasions, tailgated so close to my bumper that I can see his face clearly in my rearview mirror. Tailgating and spee…

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I recently discovered some tv channels that show mindless tv shows all day like “What’s Happening” and “Gilligan’s Island.” It is so great to re-watch and laugh at all these old shows. It really takes you back to when you were a kid and didn’t have adult stress!!

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Last week I stopped to help a young lady and her small son who were stranded on the side of the road.  Their car had TWO flat tires; each of which was literally shredded.  luckily, with the help of another motorist, i was able to change one tire with the spare. Without a solution for the oth…

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Just waiting for what folks can complain about this week!! We have so much to be thankful for and another new year 2017 to have. I'm peeved about a lot of things here in Denver, but you know what, the better things outweigh the bad things. New Year's resolution for me: Quit complaining!!!!!

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Working in the food pantry at East Lincoln Christian Ministry, we see your generosity all year, but it's especially evident during this season.  You may be a boy or girl scout, golf club, postal worker, church, community group, business or individual.  You all care about others and you all g…

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Last Friday (12/2), my mom found out her best friend's daughter died, so it was a hard day for our family. We still went to Friday night dinner at Big Bite'z Grill in Cornelius. As we walked into the restaurant, an older gentleman was entering and I held the door open for him. He ordered his…

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I'm happy to see we are peeved about the growth issues our town faces and have faith that it will all work out, because we are smart and will work together for the best living experience. After all  it could be worse, we could be peeved about the opposite, no growth, no jobs, high cost of ho…

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I want to thank the honest person who used the Peoples Bank ATM after I did a couple of weeks ago and turned my debit card over to the bank for safekeeping for me. I was on my way to the hospital to see my husband who had emergency quadruple bypass surgery, and I guess my mind was already dr…

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I went to Pomodoro's for the first time last week.  I came home and realized my wedding band wasn't on my finger. It accidentally came off when I washed my hands.  I called them and told them I thought my wedding band might be in the restroom. Blake the manager looked for it. He searched the…

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On September 1st, I got a call from a very nice person stating that she had received a package at her home with my name, address and telephone number on it, in error. She called me and told me the situation and gave me her address. Thank you Kim, I really appreciate your honesty. My dogs did…

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Kudos to whomever thought of the idea of the free community library, and thank you to the sponsors.  I have been introduced to titles and authors I would otherwise have ignored.  Thanks again for widening my literary eyes.