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Readers Say Thanks

About a week ago I was on I-70 headed east when I blew a tire. I honestly never have changed a tire before, and didn’t know if I could do it alone. To my surprise, there was a vehicle parked behind me and a very kind and determined man asked me where my spare was; he had a truck with emergency lights on top. As I stood by and tried to be of help, this angel of sorts told me he was a firefighter who had just left the huge fire in Utah. This complete stranger changed my tire and got me back on the road in a few minutes’ time. I would like to thank him for his kindness and his time, and thank all the firefighters out there who are just as selfless and caring of other people. You are truly a blessing. Thank you once again.Willow LepantoNew Castle

We are seeking to thank a special couple, Chris and Pat, from your area. On July 4, they took time from their holiday boating on Blue Mesa Lake to tow our pontoon to the dock after our battery went dead.”Four old folks” appreciate your help.William and Evelyn RichardsonManhattan, Kansas

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