From the look in their eyes it seems that most of the employees at NSNT had a rough weekend because they all came to work with a dreary look in their eyes.
However the sun is shining and although the wind is howling the day looks like it is going to be a good one.
James Giago bought a new (Used) car and the first thing the car did was breakdown. He spent the weekend with a mechanical friend repairing it and now it seems to be running like a top
Ryan Charging Cloud has rejoined Native Sun News Today with a new job position. He will be working with Yolanda Thompson in the circulation department building our circulation.
Kirk Dickerson is our “go-to-guy” around here. Every time something breaks down Kirk is called upon to do the repairs. He fixes computers, broken chairs, repairs broken desks and you name it. If it’s broke Kirk can fix it. Every office needs a guy like Kirk.
We have a newspaper delivery van with about 260,000 miles on it and it still runs like a new watch. It’s a Honda so what can we say. It has been “old reliable” from the day we bought it and sent it out on the road. It has been through windstorms, rainstorms and blizzards, but it still keep on ticking. So if you see our gaily decorated van on the road, give it a hearty wave.
We hope to start extend our delivery route to the way they used to be by including Cheyenne River and Standing Rock on the routes. This is still an idea in progress, but with Ryan on board it will probably happen real soon.
I guess we’ll have to go out and get another delivery van.
We have a new Grouchy Gourmet stalking the local restaurants so keep an eye out for Grouchy’s weekly column. With the Covid-19 finally getting under control many of the local eateries are now open for business so Grouchy will be talking to you about the latest cuisine in our town.
We are all chomping at the bit to be able to go to a good movie or a good concert, or just to enjoy a quiet dinner at a good restaurant. This pandemic has taken a lot out of all of us especially our children. They are all dying to get back to school and to have their friends over to their houses.
The vaccine shots have given us some peace so let’s keep our fingers crossed. Doksa ake’.