Agates & tarballs: Jan. 1Right community wrongs, celebrate what makes life good, or make note of the quirky things that make living here worthwhile. Call 834-2141 or email us at chronicle@lcnews chronicle.com.
Right community wrongs, celebrate what makes life good, or make note of the quirky things that make living here worthwhile. Call 834-2141 or email us at chronicle@lcnews chronicle.com.
An Agate to the “mysterious elf” who appeared at a house Saturday on Press Camp Road and cleaned out the driveway. This resident probably wasn’t alone in getting help through the sloppy storm. “Don’t know who it was, but it was awesome.”
There is an Agate waiting at the News-Chronicle office for whoever returned a “loaded” purse left in a cart outside of Super One “several months” ago. A grateful woman is waiting to find out who you are so she can thank you. She said she keeps an eye out on her store trips for “an older gentleman who is at the store often.” That’s what the staff at the grocery store told her when she rushed back to look for her purse only to find it had been turned in. “I would be ever so thankful to know who he is,” she said. Contact the News-Chronicle office and we’ll tell you who this thankful person is.
An Agate and a photo comes from David Carter of Ponca City, Okla. He spent Christmas with his parents, Nancy Hopper and L.A. Carter, on East Waldo Road. He loved the snow storm, “certainly a nice change of pace from Oklahoma.” He added: “You have a beautiful town here.” Of course, the massive holiday storm also covered his home state and Ponca City, north of Oklahoma City near the Kansas state line. He was welcomed home by several inches of snow. Carter says the picture he took here will likely make it into the Christmas card next year.