Orchids and Onions: Tuesday, November 6, 2018

November 7, 2018

Another beautiful day in Havasu...

Orchids to the new teaching program at ASU Havasu. We need more teachers in this town, especially ones familiar with our town’s culture.

Orchids to Kiowa Drive Thru! Love their new Reuben fries, they are amazingly yummy and a must try! Great job Louie and crew, keep up the awesome work.

Orchids to Kathy Hodel for all she did for the growth of LHC. She will be missed by so many. Prayers to her family.

Orchids to the city as I sit here and watch another effort in futility. An employee and a several thousand dollar loader trying to scrape up sand and try to put it back into the hole it washed out of. Now wouldn’t it be better in the long run, to put in some curb to keep it from doing that? JL

Orchids to those who know white can be worn the entire year if one is south of the Mason-Dixon line. Havasu definitely fits in that category.

Onions to the neighbor erroneously turning us in for a barking dog. For your information we don’t own a dog. I think you got the noise mixed up with your old lady. I should be calling animal control on you!

Orchids to Teresa at Walgreens you leave everyone with a smile on their face. A Teresa hug will brighten your day. Ranger Terry

Onions to one of our fast food restaurants. In 24 states and Canada the cost of the big breakfast with hot cakes is 5.99 or less. Here it is 7.99. Enough said.

Orchids to the bar in town for not showing Fox News on their television. Oh wait, there isn’t one.

Onions to our city street maintenance crew and Mr. C for keeping our roads a gravel-mess.

Orchids to Jenny Anderson for her wonderful articles supporting animals and WAHS. She has been writing them for years - true dedication.

Orchids to all businesses on Main Street that decorate for Christmas this year. Let’s light up this town’s Main Street like never before. And to the city are you doing the same old decorations. Please help and update it there falling apart and look sad.

Orchids to Dr. Heiner, the admission staff and the entire surgical team at HRMC for the great job done on my knee. Lack of pain can get me to start doing things around the house and start the painstaking job of losing some weight.

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