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Summit Up 1-2-13: Resolutions we can all get behind

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Good morning and welcome to Summit Up, the world’s only daily column that is just raring to get rolling in this new year.

It’s come to our attention that peeps the world over take the annual changing of the calendar to mark resolutions for the following year. We’ve decided to jump on the old bandwagon ourselves. So without further ado, Summit Up’s 2013 resolutions:

1. Stop eating gas station hot dogs. We know this is probably something we should have stopped long ago (or never started doing in the first place), but the sweet aroma wafting from the heat lamp/roller contraption always gets our mouth watering.

2. Stop eating gumballs and other delectables left on our co-workers’ desks. Our collective willpower isn’t that great, so this one might be a little tough. Conversely, if someone doesn’t want their candy eaten, they shouldn’t leave it out on their desk.

3. Wake up every day with a smile. We’re not really sure how to do this, but we know so far that we’re 0-2.

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We’ve got an Angel Alert!! Angel Alert!! from Ryan Connors of Silverthorne, who had this to say:

“To the officer who responded to the call on our driveway in Wildernest. Thank you, it was a cold night and you had no need to stay, but you stuck with it till the end. And to you sir I hold my glass high! A toast to you sir for making our community proud.”

Well, there you have it. Til we meet again.


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