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Elizabeth “Libby” Andrick Jones (1927 – 2022) – Royal Examiner

Mountain Man, Irvin Russell “Rusty” Manuel, 63, of Front Royal, Virginia, died Sunday, June 19, 2022 at Warren Memorial Hospital. A funeral service will be held for Rusty at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, June 25, 2022, at the Front Royal Baptist Temple, 25th W 18th St. Front Royal, Virginia with …

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Intolerant schools a concern in Indonesia, but a humane approach is needed, experts say

JAKARTA, June 27 (Jakarta Post/ANN): The recent government crackdown on the radical Muslim mass organization Khilafatul Muslimin, which allegedly funds or is affiliated with a number of educational institutions across the country, has sown new concerns about the threat of intolerant upbringing in schools. Authorities cracked down on the group, …

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Mayo Clinic Q&A: The Biggest Benefits of Exercise for Teens

DEAR MAYO CLINIC: When my daughter was young, she spent hours playing outside and running around. It happens much less now that she is a teenager. I’m afraid she’s not getting enough exercise. How much does she need each week and do you have any tips to get her moving? …

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Monadnock Ledger-Transcript – Harris Center in Hancock Hosting Falcon Presentation

Published: 06/21/2022 10:47:51 Modified: 06/21/2022 10:47:31 Harris Center for Conservation Education and Hancock Town Library will present “The Hawk’s Way: Encounters with Fierce Beauty,” featuring Sy Montgomery and Tianne Strombeck, Wednesday, June 29 at 7 p.m. at the center, 83 Kings Way in Hancock. Author Sy Montgomery and wildlife photographer …

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Matt Talbot K&O plans to add $1.15 million in 30th year | Magazine L

Photographer John F. Keller contributed to our July cover photo (left to right) Alynn Sampson, Chairman of the Board of Matt Talbot Kitchen & Outreach; Susanne Blue, Executive Director; and Lori Wellman, director of development, ready to rain or shine with umbrellas at the site where Matt Talbot’s $1.15 million …

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Langley rodeo supporters and opponents file complaint with township council – Aldergrove Star

Representatives of the Langley Riders Society came to township council on Monday June 13 to fend off animal rights groups demanding the event not take place. John Scotton, director of the society for 45 years, said the Langley Riders have held 55 Little Britches rodeos as well as high school …

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Aasen says ‘no’ to puppy and kitten mills – Hamilton County Reporter

Changes to the city code would make Carmel the largest city in the state of Indiana to ban the sale of cats or dogs in pet stores. Proposed changes to the city ordinance, sponsored by Councilman Adam Aasen, would still allow responsible, licensed breeders to sell animals directly to consumers …

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Pet owners asked to be careful of the heat

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — The Gulf Coast Humane Society said it wants pet owners to know that walking on the sidewalk during the day for pets is just as painful as it is for anyone barefoot. Lil-Behr, a chihuahua mix, visits the beach with his owner Claudia Saucedo. “We take …

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Rodeo proposed for Langley drawing animal treatment issues

It’s been a long dry spell for rodeo-goers in the Lower Mainland. The pandemic and problems in Surrey kept the Cloverdale Rodeo a secret for three years. But now the Township of Langley is being asked to consider a rodeo for the Labor Day long weekend and the idea is …

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County Briefing | News, Sports, Jobs

Pawty at the Pines! Pawty at the Pines! Bring your furry friends and join us June 18, 1-4 p.m., for a good time! Whispering Pines Village, 937 E. Park Ave., Columbiana. Discover the Treat & Chew bar from Paws on Main. Games, snacks, water play area, merchandise and …

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Show hours, demo yard and UTV test track

Attendees will find many changes to enhance their experience at the show in 2022. Tweet that “Attendees will find many changes to enhance their experience at the show in 2022. When we rebranded and rebranded the event last year from GIE+EXPO to Equip Exposition, feedback from attendees was clear. They …

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Middlebury celebrate the start of the Class of 2022

Vermont Business Magazine Under cloudless blue skies, graduates, faculty, staff, family and friends gathered on the main quad at Middlebury on Sunday to celebrate the start of the 461-member class of 2022. The occasion was particularly festive as it was the first time the community of Middlebury had gathered in …

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Norwood-Norfolk Central School class leaders | Education

Class leaders at Norwood-Norfolk Central School NORWOOD — Norwood-Norfolk Central School class 2022 leaders are valedictorian Madelyn Dinneen; and Catherine Phippen, Salutatorian. Madelyn Dinneen Miss Dinneen, daughter of Lisa Mitras and Daniel Dinneen, Waddington, has a grade point average of 98.15 and will graduate with honors. She has taken several …

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🌱 Online formula scam + police car and electric scooter accident

Hi everyone. It’s Wednesday in Reno and I’m back in your inbox with everything you need to know about what’s happening in our community today. Here we are. First, today’s weather forecast: Partly sunny and very warm. High: 88 Low: 57. 📢 I am looking for business owners and marketers …

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Wesleyan Celebrates Class of 2022 at 190th Launch

Early 2022 On a joyful day marked by ritual and ceremony, Wesleyan University bid farewell to the accomplished class of 2022 at its 190th launch on Sunday, May 22. “I’m extremely excited. I was ready for this day,” said Ama Hagan ’22. “College is full of trials and tribulations, but …

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Douglas A. Hall | News, Sports, Jobs

Douglas A. Hall, 67, Loysburg, died suddenly on Thursday. He was born in Altoona, the son of the late Herbert D. and the late Joan S. (Stayer) Hall. He married Joanne Robinette on November 17, 1984 in Cumberland, Maryland. Surviving are his wife; two sons: Tyler …

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Assault on Mount Mitchell sells out and attracts over 800 riders

SPARTANBURG, SC (WSPA) – More than 800 cyclists will gather in downtown Spartanburg to begin the hundred-plus-mile assaults on Mount Marion and Mount Mitchell on Monday. Runners start at 6:30 a.m. at Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium and follow a 102.7-mile ride to Marion, then climb Mount Mitchell, the highest peak east …

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PEDIGREE FOUNDATION® Releases Latest Impact Report

Three puppies on their way to forever homes arrive at the Nashville Humane Association as part of a Tulsa Humane Hub transportation program funded by the PEDIGREE Foundation. 119,000 dogs helped in 2021 FRANKLIN, TENNESSEE, USA, May 12, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — The PEDIGREE Foundation has released its 2021 Impact Report, …

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Ginger Karron Hewitt, Devoted to Family

Ginger Karron Hewitt, 66, of Harbeson passed away Thursday, May 5, 2022, at home surrounded by family. Mrs. Hewitt was born on January 13, 1956 in Farmville, North Carolina, the daughter of the late Harvey Lee and the late Bobbie Ruth (Spivey) Stepps. Ms. Hewitt graduated from Frankford High School …

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🌱 Boise Walgreens Robbery + New DQ Menu + Flock Cancer Walk

Hello, Woody! It’s Monday, so let’s start with everything you need to know about what’s going on in Boise today. Welcome to the Monday edition of Boise Daily. We start your morning with news of a flight in Boise. The city pays our some money for settle a gender discrimination …

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Family Portrait Luncheon Offers Hope With Alzheimer’s Disease

Findings from the 2022 Alzheimer’s Association Disease Facts and Figures Annual Report showed that more than 6 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s disease. Alzheimer’s disease and dementia also increased by 17% during the COVID-19 pandemic. While deaths from heart disease have fallen by more than 7% over the past …

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Woods Humane Society announces free microchipping clinics for National Microchip Your Pet Month

May is National Pet Flea Month and Responsible Pet Sitter Month. The Woods Humane Society says it wants owners to protect their pets and is offering free microchipping clinics at each of its locations throughout May. Weekly clinics are available at the San Luis Obispo and North County locations. The …

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Greyhound racing comes to an end in the United States after a long slide | News, Sports, Jobs

DUBUQUE, Iowa (AP) — Vera Rasnake laughed as she led a trio of barking and jostling dogs through Iowa Greyhound Park, but her smile faded when she admitted that after 41 years with the stylish animals , his sport was teetering on extinction. After a truncated season ended …

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The BISSELL Pet Foundation Hosts Its “Empty the Shelter” Spring Adoption Event

ST. LOUIS — Animal shelters across the country are at overcapacity, and because of that, adoptable pets might not have a chance to find their forever homes. To ensure that pets have a chance to find loving homes, the BISSELL Pet Foundation is hosting its National Spring Adoption Event “Empty …

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“All is well in the world”

A Boston family have found their stolen dog more than a decade after he passed away, with the mum describing that after so long they “lost hope” but felt he recognized exactly who they were. Police in Stoughton, Massachusetts responded to a report on Wednesday of a Yorkshire Terrier on …

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Nearly 23 million birds have died as bird flu wipes out farms in 29 states

The incidence of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) – which includes the H5N1 avian influenza virus – is approaching a record high set by the last outbreak in 2015, when more than 50 million birds died. As of April 22, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) reports that nearly 31 …

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Game Day: Wild vs. Preds Preview

After starting the weekend with a loss at Tampa, the Nashville Predators will be looking to bounce back tonight when they host the Minnesota Wild at Bridgestone Arena. Tonight’s contest is the fourth and final meeting of the season between the division foes; the Preds have won three in as …

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Toki, Channel, Achilles and Ruby

BARRON AND CLAIRE EAU COUNTIES, Wisconsin (WEAU) – Three dogs hope to find a new home together. Toki, Channel, and Achilles arrived in a transport to Barron County after being returned by their owner in Texas. Toki is a nine-year-old male husky, Channel is a nine-year-old female husky, and Achille …

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​🌱Women’s Hall Of Fame + Events & Gala 4 Vets + SD Pet Day On The Bay

Morning, San Diego! Here’s everything you need to know to start the day. Here’s everything you need to know around San Diego today. First, today’s weather forecast: Partially sunny. High: 69, Low: 59. 🏡 Are you a local real estate agent? Let us help you generate leads, grow your brand …

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Richard “Rich” Gilliand | obituary

Richard “Rich” E. Gilliand January 27, 1940 – April 8, 2022 Richard (Rich) E. Gilliand, 82, of Meadville, died April 8, 2022. He was born January 27, 1940 in Meadville, the son of the late George A. and the late Cleo (Walters) Gilliand. On October 18, 2002, he married Claudia …

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🌱 HCFR Grad Class Breaks Records + New NMB Beach Chair Rental Options

Joyful Sunday, neighbors! Today is April 10, 2022and here’s everything you need to know today in and around the myrtle beach and Great Strand region. First, today’s weather forecast: Quite sunny. High: 66 Low: 52. 🏡 Are you a local real estate agent? Let us help you generate leads, grow …

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Registration opens for ECCHA’s 36th Fido & Friends 5K

CLEAR WATER, Wis. (WEAU) – May 14 will mark the 36th annual Fido and Friends 5K Run and Walk at Carson Park in Eau Claire. Starting at 8:30 a.m., attendees can enjoy the race, raffles, and vendor stalls. It’s for a good cause – the Eau Claire County Humanitarian Association. …

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Business notes: 04/06/2022 | Business

Minch Popa The Northwest Michigan Community Action Agency has two new budget/housing coaches certified by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Alexis Minch and Allison Popa each obtained their certification on March 30. Minch started with the NMCAA in November 2021. Prior to joining the NMCAA, Minch …

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Derek James – WCCB Charlotte’s CW

WCCB News Rising Co-Host/Staff Meteorologist Derek James has been part of the WCCB Charlotte team since January 2005. Derek holds a meteorology certificate from Mississippi State University. Alongside the co-hosting of Rising from 5am-9am Derek writes, produces and hosts “The Snark Report”, a daily five-minute entertainment news segment filled with …

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Raley, George LaRue “Booky” – Chattanoogan.com

On March 30, 2022, George LaRue “Booky” Raley, husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather and avid golfer, died at the age of 82. George was born August 2, 1939, in Dothan, Al., to Ethel and Theo “Moon” Raley. George followed in the footsteps of his older brother, Sonny, by attending Samford University …

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Diary | News, Sports, Jobs

EDITOR’S NOTE: The Agenda is for nonprofit civic organizations only. Unless otherwise stated, the events listed should be considered free and open to the public. Due to the many entries, articles may only appear for a week. Entries appear in chronological order and according to available space. The …

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🌱 Reno Dr offers non-opioid pain management strategies +

Welcome Reno! Let’s get you caught up to start this day on an informed note. Here’s everything you need to know in town today. First, today’s weather forecast: A little sun, then clouds. Top: 65 Bottom: 36. Are you a local owner or trader? We can help you effortlessly deliver …

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‘Losing our dignity’ ⋆ Princeton, NJ Local News

The annual Harold T. Shapiro Lecture on Ethics, Science, and Technology features Charles Camosy, associate professor of theology at Fordham University. The Shapiro Lecture honors former Princeton President Harold T. Shapiro, a professor in the Department of Economics and the School of Public and International Affairs. There is perhaps no …

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Mike Olsen: 2021 Agronomist of the Year

Presented by Beltone – A leader in audience Health care. Mike Olsen, an outstanding farmer, community service leader and FFA supporter, is the recipient of the 2021 Arizona Association FFA Farmer of the Year Award. This award is given to a member of the agricultural community who has a strong …

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Show support for dogs and cats through Estevan Humane Society’s Whiskers and Wine

ESTEVAN – The Estevan Humane Society is pleased with the support of its annual Whiskers and Wine Gala. The fundraiser was held Saturday evening at the Estevan Exhibition Association building. Nearly 150 people attended, which was close to the 184 people they could handle. President Tayja Lakusta said they had …

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Jack Joseph Prather | Obituary

Jack Joseph Prather, 84, died March 7, 2022, at Johnson City, TN Medical Center. Born in New York, he was the son of Evelyn and Theodore Roosevelt Prather. The family moved to Dayton, Ohio, where Jack graduated from high school and then attended Ohio University, majoring in journalism. Prather was …

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Some of Meghan Markle’s favorite Madewell styles are on sale right now, but for members only

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex Chris Jackson – Pool/Getty Images Becoming a member at the places you love to shop is one of the best ways to get the most bang for your buck. That’s especially true at Madewell right now. For a limited time, anyone in the Madewell Insiders Loyalty …

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Constance “Connie” Irene (Jones) Dudzic

Constance “Connie” Irene (Jones) Dudzic LITCHFIELD, Connecticut – Constance “Connie” Irene (Jones) Dudzic, 89, wife of the late Lawrence J. Dudzic, died March 1, 2022 in Litchfield, Connecticut, where she resided for three years. . Connie was born in Lewiston on October 5, 1932, the daughter of the late Hector …

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Bill seeks to strengthen Kentucky’s animal torture law

FRANKFORT, Ky. (LEX 18) – House Bill 20 aims to stop people from treating other animals like internet sensation Ethan the dog was treated. In February 2021, Ethan was on the verge of death when he was thrown outside the Kentucky Humane Society. Her story and image captured the hearts, …

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🌱 Border Patrol agents do water rescue + local animal adoption

Get up, Yuma! Let’s start this Tuesday with everything you need to know about Yuma today. First, today’s weather forecast: Rather sunny and cool. High: 70 Low: 43. Here are the top three stories from today in Yuma: Yuma Sector Border Patrol agents recently performed a water rescue in a …

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Sounds humane, but welcoming Ukrainian medical students could be devastating, experts say | Nagpur News

Nagpur: With Indian students studying in war-torn Ukraine facing an uncertain future, the Federation of All India Medical Associations (FAIMA) held an online roundtable on the issue of burns on Saturday. World-renowned medical education experts from India who participated in the discussion said that it may seem kind and humanitarian …

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West Greene students honored by the Lion’s Club | Local News

The West Greene Area Lions Club has recognized West Greene High School students Brooke Barner, Anna Durbin, Olivia Kiger and Kiley Meek as its outstanding students. Each student received a $50 Amazon gift card and was honored at a dinner party at the Graysville Fire Station. Barner is the daughter …

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Georgia Builder Elected 2022 President of the National Association of Home Builders

Jerry Konter (far right) and senior NAHB officers Jerry Konter, a Savannah, Georgia-based home builder and developer with more than 40 years of experience in the home construction industry, was elected 2022 President of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) in the end of this week’s NAHB. Winter meetings …

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Animal Welfare Association: How to help your pets cope with summer time stress

How to help your pets deal with summer time stress March 11, 2021 Voorhees, NJ – Seasonal changes can be stressful for everyone, when it comes to Daylight Saving Time, the time change affects your four-legged friends as well as us. Our animals adapt their lives to our schedules, they …

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NCWLIFE Evening News February 24, 2022

Copy and paste this HTML code into your web page to embed it. Good evening, and welcome to the NCWLIFE Evening News. I am Grant Olson. Before we get into tonight’s main stories, let’s take a look outside our weather window.And now some of the stories we’re following for you …

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Pets of the Week: Rascal and Bisque – Duluth News Tribune

Rascal is a 3 month old husky/Labrador puppy available for adoption. He is a very playful and energetic guy with a lot of love to give. Rascal is up to date with his vaccinations and has been neutered, dewormed, microchipped and checked by a veterinarian. It weighs 36.6 pounds. Her …

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Here’s how to protect feral cats from the vagaries of winter

Q: Our neighborhood is flooded with feral cats. I don’t feed them because I don’t want to increase their population, but I feel sorry for them during the cold winter. What can I do to help them? A: You can protect feral cats from injury and poisoning, provide shelter to …

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Sixth grader hides money around town to pay it back

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) – We all grew up in classrooms with these inspirational little phrases hanging on the walls. In a classroom at Meigs Academic Magnet Middle School, a sign reads “choose kindness.” Teacher Lisa Shaffer goes the extra mile to make sure her sixth graders live those words. “I …

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Deby Dayton | Obituaries | news-gazette.com

INDIANAPOLIS — Deborah J. Dayton, 67, of Indianapolis died at 2:05 p.m. Saturday, February 12, 2022 at St. Vincent’s Hospital in Indianapolis. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. on Sunday, February 20 at Freese Funeral Home, Sidney, with the Reverend Mike Picklesimer officiating. Interment will be in Patterson …

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Reaction to the removal of the gray wolf from the list of threatened species

Last week, a federal judge overturned the Trump administration’s removal of the gray wolf from the endangered and threatened species list. U.S. District Court Judge for the Northern District of California Jeffrey White concluded that “the deficiencies in the final rule are serious and weigh in favor of vacatur.” White …

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A judge restores federal protections for gray wolves, except in the northern Rockies

A federal judge has overturned a Trump administration decision to remove gray wolves from the Endangered Species Act list in most states – a presidential action that has led to a wolf hunting season controversy in Wisconsin last year. U.S. District Judge Jeffery White of California struck down a 2020 …

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Jeane W. Sliney – Pioneer of Bemidji

Jeane Walker Sliney of Duluth and formerly of Bemidji, passed away on February 4, 2022 at the age of 96. Jeane was born Ruth Gene Walker, on December 24, 1925, to Ernest Calvin and Flossie May (Bompart) Walker of Wichita, Kansas. She was raised by her Aunt Ada (her father’s …

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Donation hopes to help Eau Claire Co. dog find a furry family

EAU CLAIRE CO., Wis. (WEAU) – Each year, more than six million animals are taken to shelters in the United States, according to the ASPCA. A special-needs dog in Eau Claire County receives a financial donation in hopes of helping him reunite with his forever family. Lola has been with …

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Community View | Be sure to use a county-approved rescue or shelter | Kingman Miner Daily

MOHAVE COUNTY – Many so-called animal shelters, rescues, and sanctuaries are located in Mohave County, but few are actually licensed by the Mohave County government. If someone is considering adopting a loving pet forever, it is recommended that they do their homework beforehand. According to the Mohave County Department of …

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Lawmakers seek to end breed-specific dog bans | Local News

State Representative Kent Haden, a Republican from Mexico, is sponsoring legislation that would prevent municipalities from banning dogs based on their breed. House Bill 1588, if passed and signed by the Governor, “would pre-empt(s) the whole field of legislation touching in any way the control or regulation of specific breeds …

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KoronaPay in Europe prohibits all crypto transactions

European money transfer service KoronaPay has banned all cryptocurrency transactions following reports that the Central Bank of Russia has begun to review the operations of banks in that country with cryptocurrency exchanges. The Cyprus-based company, which claims to be the largest money transfer service in Russia and the CIS region, …

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Obituary of Glenda Fitzsimmons | Chattanooga Times Free Press

SAVANNAH – Glenda Jean Massey Fitzsimmons, 83, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, January 25, 2022 at Azalealand Nursing Home surrounded by her family and loving caretaker, Aratavia Fulton. Glenda was born in Walker County, Georgia on April 27, 1938, to Fred and Oba Jewell Massey. After her career as a …

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Robert WendellGeorge | Obituary

Our beloved Dad, Robert Wendell George, known to most as “Bob George” and to many of his friends as “Bobby”, went to join his Lord and Savior on Sunday, January 16, 2022, at the age of 85. He passed away suddenly and peacefully after spending several days over the holiday …

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Virginia wildlife culling contest where 600 animals were slaughtered in just 2 days A Humane World

The lifeless bodies of coyotes and foxes lined up and counted at the climax of a killing contest in Virginia. HSUS Today we published the gruesome findings of three secret investigations into wild animal killing contests in Virginia, including the largest contest held east of the Mississippi River. The heartbreaking …

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Mary Evelyn Levitt, 84, Festus | Obituary

Mary Evelyn Levitt, 84, of Festus died Jan. 20, 2022, at Mercy Hospital South in St. Louis County. Ms. Levitt was a member of First United Methodist Church in Festus-Crystal City, a 24-year volunteer with the Jefferson Memorial Hospital Auxiliary, a longtime member and chaplain of the American Legion Auxiliary …

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Riverview Community Bank leader Kim Capeloto resigns

Kim Capeloto, executive vice president and chief banking officer of Riverview Community Bank, will leave the company in February. He has worked at the bank for 11 years. “I really enjoyed my time working at Riverview,” Capeloto, 60, said in a press release. “I’ve had the honor of leading a …

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Lumberton struggle wins conference title

January 15, 2022 RED SPRINGS — Every day in practice, Red Springs senior forward Mario Leonard attempts running 3-point shots, which Red Devils head coach Glenn Patterson Jr handed over in question. Saturday in the MLK Classic, that training paid off. Leonard hit a running 3-pointer at the buzzer to …

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Fringe | Robesonian

January 13, 2022 PEMBROKE — The first half of Thursday’s game against visiting Barton wasn’t the best for the University of North Carolina men’s basketball team at Pembroke, and they trailed by two at the break . But the Braves started the second half with a big run, which proved …

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Whitaker is fondly remembered in Granite City

GRANITE CITY – Former Granite City Clerk Judy Whitaker is known for her professionalism and empathy. Whitaker died on Wednesday, January 12. Appointed Granite City City Clerk in 1994, she was re-elected to the position several times and served until her retirement last year. “Judy has provided the community of …

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The Cochranites donate thousands of dollars to the Humane Society in honor of the late Betty White

Over $ 3,000 in donations were made in honor of Betty White to the Cochrane and Area Humane Society. Fans of the late Betty White have found a way to pay tribute to the actress and animal lover, who died on December 31 just weeks before her 100th birthday. Perhaps …

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Obituary of Sandra Irvin (1953 – 2022) – Danville, VA

Sandra Belle Williams Irvin June 3, 1953 – January 7, 2022 Sandra Belle Williams Irvin, 68, of Danville, Va., Died on Friday Jan. 7, 2022 at her residence after being in poor health for the past three years. Mrs. Irvin was born in Danville, Virginia on June 3, 1953, the …

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Editorial: Thumbs up, thumbs down | Editorials

“Following the resignation of the state’s first legislative inspector general in 2014, the post was not filled until the post came to light when a victims’ rights advocate testified at a hearing Legislative Assembly in October 2017 that her complaint alleging that she had been sexually harassed by a state …

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Funeral notice – January 6, 2022

Face masks are required for indoor services, call hours BOTTINI – Kathleen F “Kathy” (Kuroski) Bottini, 71, of Oneida, January 2, 2022. Services 10 am Saturday at St. Patrick’s Church, Oneida. Call hours Friday 4 to 7 p.m. at Ironside Funeral Home, 342 Main Street, Oneida. Calvary funeral cemetery, Utica. …

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Aggressor Adventures and Georgia Aquarium Partner to Offer Ocean Science Leadership Program

AUGUSTA, Georgia – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Thanks to a collaboration with the Georgia Aquarium, Aggressor Adventures® today announces its first-ever Ocean Science Leadership Program. The program offers young marine professionals the opportunity of a lifetime by providing an experiential learning opportunity for those seeking a career in the industry. Accredited …

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From public safety funding to chicken coops, what you need to know – ArkLaTexHomepage

The Lynn Vance Show 172 / Fabulously decorated Christmas trees in Marshall Entertainment / 3 weeks earlier Video The Lynn Vance Show 171 / Baking sugar cookies with Biskie Entertainment / 4 weeks ago Video The Lynn Vance Show 170 / Visiting a Christmas tree farm for the first time …

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Vegan and Cruelty Free Certifications – Earth911

If you’re a vegan or just concerned about animal welfare, it’s surprisingly difficult to shop for your values. There are many certification systems to choose from, but unlike food safety or organic products, there is no government certification system or regulation for the labeling of vegan products or products that …

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