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When all the confusion dissipated, CenturyLink apologized for any hassle and refunded the $20, Edward Havas said.
CenturyLink even went further in its accommodations. Several months after the office’s closure, the brothers received a check from CenturyLink for an apparent overpayment of which they were unaware.
The check was for 58 cents.
You’re busted » Earl Arnoldson has wondered for years which neighbors were allowing their dogs to relieve themselves on his lawn during the cover of night, forcing him to clean up after them several times a week.
But he was up early recently and watched a man with a white hat passing by with his dog at 6:30 a.m. Arnoldson watched the dog do his business on his parking strip, then merrily walk off with his owner, who turned into a home he recognized on 8th Avenue.
Wondering if it was just an aberration, Arnoldson was peering out his window at the same time the next day and sure enough, his parking strip became the victim of Fido’s urges once again.
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