Sound-Off – February 10

  • Stop on a sign means just that — stop. I saw three people in one week run three different stop signs, and it wasn’t because the signs weren’t visible. People may think that no one is coming, but one of these days they are not going to see the bicyclist or small car and kill someone. Please, people, stop at the stop signs.
  • Ok, just curious. A holiday Trump ad shows a little girl thanking him for letting her say, “Merry Christmas” again. Who stopped her from saying it before? Just saying, you know.
  • I want to thank the lady at Kroger who was so kind to me when I wrote my check for groceries and $20 extra to get gas. As it was Jan. 1, no bank was open; the clerk could not ring up the extra, and this kind lady gave me money for gas.
  • Line up all the phonies in Hollywood — how long would that line be?
  • I think there should be serious discussion about getting another grocery store in Greenfield. It seems that Kroger and Walmart can’t keep up with demand. There are always empty shelves, and I know the weekends are the worse. A Meijer would be nice right on the north side of I-70.
  • Can the weather make up its mind? These hints of spring weather are making me have cabin fever.
  • When is the coffee shop opening?
  • I wish Greenfield had another grocery store. Losing Marsh has caused the remaining stores to become overcrowded.
  • Glad Gander Outdoor is coming to town. Now if we just had our own Rural King.
  • The Beckenholt dog park should be free. Many other nice communities have free dog parks, and it’s a great way to get out and socialize.
  • I wish something more was being done for our drug epidemic.
  • Need more stores and options on the south end of Greenfield as everything is on the north side.
  • I think we should have a spring festival.
  • I’m glad to be a part of this amazing town.
  • I need a vacation.
  • We have really great kiddos at Greenfield Central Junior High. I’m so thankful that I get to enjoy getting to know these kids every day. They keep us on our toes in the best possible way. I can’t wait to see what the future holds for each of them.
  • I wish my baby boy could kick this flu bug. Ready for spring.
  • Hope to hit the lottery soon. Tired of struggling so much.
  • Thinking about how hard it is to move away from grief. Just beginning to put a different life together after totally giving in to depression after the suicide of my 18-year-old son this past year April, 2017. This journey has been so unexplainably bitter and dark. Yet there is hope, growth and grace growing deep in my heart minute by minute. Thanks for letting me share.
  • I wish the county would spend more funds on hiring more jailers, so people like my husband and his coworkers would have more support in the jail. Instead, they spend money on studies on how to get millennials to move to our county. I mean, seriously?