The Coshocton County Beacon June 10, 2020 - Page 10

6 • The Beacon Have we kicked COVID-19 to th Last week’s column started out in a bit of a revolutionary tone — that is a play on words of course as the wording was from the beginning of Charles Dickens’ “A Tale of Two Cities.” There is nothing quite as alarming as that word — not Charles Dickens — but “revolutionary.” Hopefully folks will come to their senses and even more so by the time you read this column — and the destruction of property will have ceased. I have no problem with people peacefully protesting, as most Americans that truly understand the principles Mark Fortune Mark’s Musings upon which our great nation was founded. “You have the right to assembly.” That is close if not on the mark — I did not research it for the exact phrase — but can we stop destroying other people’s livelihoods? As if businesses did not suffer enough from the global pandemic and ordered quarantining over the past few months, the protests that turned into property destruction in major cities across the country is just not necessary, nor should it be tolerated. Where exactly is the National Guard in situations like this? Are the various governors afraid to call them out for fear of escalation? Could be. Again, I am writing this without the benefit of researching this too deeply. I can do that; I just chose not to. My brain is tired of all this just like you. That does not mean we can hide under a rock though. We shouldn’t. Speaking of that, as mentioned earlier in this column, I am writing this on Friday — that means Buehler’s offers online sho Buehler’s Fresh Foods now offers online grocery shopping at its Coshocton store. Customers can now choose to order groceries online for curbside pickup or delivery or shop in-store if they prefer. With the addition of Coshocton, Buehler’s now offers online shopping at these locations: Wooster Milltown, Medina River Styx and Forest Meadows, Canton, New Philadelphia, Dover, Portage Lakes, Ashland, and Wadsworth, providing shoppers with a way Call 740-622-4237 for more info. Wish her a Happy Birthday with a Warm Fuzzy ad in The Beacon!