Fayette County man injured in farm accident | The Columbus Dispatch
#1 Jun 24, 2011
Im from Washington Court House...its a small town where everyone know everyone. We'd all lend a hand to help out our neighbors. It's nice to see that even in times of economic dispair and heartache, people are still reaching out and helping one another. To see this story appear in the dispatch and channel 10 news proves that the media can report good things....rather than digging up dirt that leads to a great coaches firing.
#2 Jun 24, 2011
The politicians (both dems/repub) could learn a thing or two about team work from the people that helped rescue Mr. Miller.
#3 Jun 24, 2011
I don't want to criticize an otherwise good comment, but it was the great coach's lying that led to the great coach's firing, not the media. Without the lies, there would have been no firing.
#4 Jun 25, 2011
One of many blessings of farm living is the spirit of neighborliness. This story reminds me of what happened when my father suffered a heart attack many years ago. When Mother got home from the hospital, notes filled the kitchen table (locked doors were very uncommon back then): "I will be here at 5 to start the milking." "I will take over at 6. Joe said he would come clean the milking parlor." "George started clearing the fence line. My boys and I will finish that." Neighbors joined together to help with the many chores. Their help continued until Dad was once again able to work.
I'm sure Mr. and Mrs. Miller will have neighborly help as he recovers. Fayette County folk are much like the Clinton County neighbors I remember.
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