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Myths You Should Stop Believing About Pregnancy

According to a study by the US National Sleep Foundation, almost 80% of pregnant women do not sleep well (via Pakistan Journal of Medical Sciences). Your growing uterus, hormonal changes, nighttime hunger and nausea often make it harder to sleep (via Medical News Today). The Sleep Foundation recommends pregnant women …

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Pet of the Week: Charlie | Local

Hello, my name is Charlie. I am an adorable, affectionate, acrobatic, playful, sweet, but sometimes scared and stubborn 2 year old cat. I love playing with my humans! I play fetch and I will do aerial flips to catch the toy on a stick. I love to roll forward when …

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Lee Cabuti | Obituaries | news-gazette.com

CHAMPAIGN – Lee Cabutti, 97, of Champaign died on Thursday September 8, 2022 in Mahomet. He was born on April 5, 1925 in Stiritz, a suburb of Johnston City, the son of John and Maria Cabutti. He married JoAnne Barlow on October 1, 1955 in Herrin. She died three days …

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The Humane Society of Central Oregon offers wildfire smoke safety precautions for animals

BEND, Ore. (KTVZ) – The Humane Society of Central Oregon wants to remind people that poor air quality also applies to animals. If you have respiratory problems, itchy eyes and throat, your body is reacting to the toxins in the smoke. This smoke also affects pets, horses, cattle, and wildlife …

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Community Memoirs – Chicago Tribune

Beginning September 12, 2022, veterans and veterans with disabilities who present a valid VIC, veteran’s stamp on a driver’s license, or state ID to drivers are permitted free travel on all fixed GPTC bus lines. Veterans who have registered to travel on our complementary paratransit service Accès219 can also travel …

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Saginaw Peace Walk to celebrate the International Day of Peace on September 21

Mridha International Institute of Peace & Happiness (MIIPH) partners with 16 other Saginaw non-profit organizations to promote community ties to peace and non-violence SAGINAW, Mich., September 6, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Mridha International Institute of Peace & Happiness (MIIPH) is organizing a Peace Walk in Saginaw on Wednesday, September 21, …

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Owners of Keystone Pit Bulls Served Dog Retirement Notices

The Brecht family plays with the family dog, Zero, in their yard in Keystone in August. MaKinzie Brecht told Keystone City Council that breed-specific ordinances unfairly target pit bulls. (Bailey Cichon / The Gazette) KEYSTONE — After weeks of confusion and uncertainty, some Keystone dog owners have received written notices …

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Hot San Jose Nights Auto Show returns to Reid-Hillview Airport

There will be plenty of cool cars and planes on display during the 14th Annual Hot San Jose Nights Airport Day at Reid-Hillview Airport on Saturday. And you can bet they’ll be cooler than the temperatures, which should be at least in the 90s. Fortunately, the annual extravaganza featuring classic …

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20 events across Nebraska this weekend

Richard Hurd / CC BY 2.0 LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) — School is back in session, “Go Big Red!” can be heard on the streets, and Labor Day is right around the corner. It’s starting to look like fall. The Huskers kick off in Dublin on Saturday morning, but if you’re …

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Moment of Paws: Microchip critical for chances of finding your lost pet

Although there are pet holidays scattered throughout the calendar year, August 15 marked National Microchip Check Day, highlighting an important aspect when talking about which tools to use. in case of disappearance of your animal. Unfortunately, millions of pets do this every year, something every pet owner fears despite our …

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Who is Wells Adams? 5 Things To Know About Sarah Hyland’s Husband – Hollywood Life

See the gallery Image Credit: Evan Agostini/Invision/AP/Shutterstock Sarah Hyland31, and Adams Wells38, walked down the aisle on Saturday, August 20, 2022 after postponing their marriage for two years due to the coronavirus pandemic. The sweet couple met in September 2017 three days before the modern family actress’s second kidney transplant …

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Katherine Henderson | Obituaries | news-gazette.com

URBANA – Kathryn (Kathie) Luther Henderson, 99, died Thursday, August 18, 2022 at her home. She was born July 12, 1923 in rural Champaign County, the first daughter of Carl Frederick and Ida Lietz Luther. She was born on the family farm purchased by her paternal grandparents on February 22, …

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Senate passes bipartisan bill to protect pets and other animals during and after natural disasters

Bipartisan legislation drafted by U.S. Senators Gary Peters (D-MI) and Rob Portman (R-OH), chairman and ranking member of the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, to help protect pets and other animals during and after natural disasters and emergencies passed the Senate. The Animal Welfare Planning Act (PAW) directs the …

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After Kentucky floods, vets help mark area – News

caged animals Screenshot of VIN news service The Kentucky Veterinary Medical Association shared flood footage on Facebook last week asking for donations to the group’s charitable foundation. “A lot of what’s done, veterinarians do on a voluntary basis,” KVMA chief executive Debra Hamelback said. “Our core funds will go to …

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Experienced Indiana Dog Seeks Job As Best Friend

Allow us to introduce you to this week pet of the week of the Vanderburgh Humane Society. Discover Trixie! Hi, I’m Trixie – Experienced best friend, couch potato and companion dog. With 8 years of life experience, I’m pretty much a pro at being a pet. I love casual walks …

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Key Differences Between No-Kill Shelters and Kill Shelters

A dog waits to be adopted at the Wake County Animal Center in Raleigh, N.C. on Wednesday, June 22, 2022. As a government-run, open-admission animal shelter, the Wake County Animal Center is legally required to accept every small pet brought to their doorstep. But as space is tight, the shelter …

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IATA Partners with HSI for Pet-Friendly Air Passage in Times of Crisis

Image source: Humane Society International animal welfare organization Humane Society International (HSI) announced that it has worked with the International Air Transport Association (IATA) to publish a list of considerations for governments and the air transport supply chain to facilitate the safe passage of pet cats and dogs in times …

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Charlyn A. Harris – Upper Telegram

Charlyn A. Harris, 74, died in the early morning hours of Sunday, June 26, 2022 at St. Mary’s Hospital in Duluth Mn. , meeting his blessed Savior Jesus Christ in his new heavenly home. Charlyn was born in Superior WI to her father Bert A. Wick and mother Marian (Hasis) …

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More dead dogs found in Troy

TROY – Additional dead dogs have been discovered in Troy, raising fears of the spread of an often deadly virus that infects dogs. City Council President Carmella R. Mantello put the number of dogs found at seven on Saturday, citing city animal control officials. Tests on the bodies of at …

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July 29: Upcoming local and regional events

Taste of Encinitas Encinitas 101 Main Street’s Taste of Encinitas returns Tuesday, August 2 from 5:30-8:30 p.m. Treat your taste buds to food and drink samples from over 15 local restaurants and sample local wine and local craft beer served at 20 Sip stops bustling with shops and lounges. There …

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Island History: Coast Guard Day – See completed puzzle image

US Coast Guard Station Hatteras Inlet. Photo by Joy Christ. The United States Coast Guard is best known for its motto “That Others May Live”. But it has evolved a lot over the years. “Coast Guard Day” is celebrated nationally on August 4 each year and 2022 will mark its …

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VA Good News: Man drafted by NY Mets + special pup adopted

VIRGINIA – Tired of all the “pessimistic” stories that pop up on your TV screen when you turn on the news or open a news site on your computer? We understood. It can be quite depressing. That’s why every week Patch makes a point of highlighting the good news happening …

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New announcements address heat advisory for Music City Brewer’s Festival | Life

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Clark County proposes banning sales at pet stores to end puppy mills and shelter overcrowding

Las Vegas loves puppies: The city is ranked third on realtor.com’s list of America’s Top 10 Cities for Dog Ownership. One in six households has a furry family member. Will a proposed ban on sales in pet stores change that? Mesquite, North Las Vegas and Reno have already banned sales …

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Wells of Candis Kenner | obituary

Candis Kenner Wells Candis Kenner Wells, 69, of Palestine, Texas, passed away in the loving arms of Jesus on Friday, July 15, 2022, with her devoted husband by her side. “Candy”, as she was affectionately known, was born in Bossier City, Louisiana on June 3, 1953, to parents Gerry Kenner …

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Governor Hochul Signs Bill Closing New York Puppy Mill Pipeline (Guest Opinion by Marcia Tupper)

Marcia Tupper is president of Fixing to Help, CNY Spay/Neuter Incentive Program Inc., based in Manlius. Dear Governor Hochul and dear CNY neighbors, If you want your own pup, one of New York’s more than 80 pet stores selling dogs is just down the street. You can actually play with …

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Participants announced for the Great Fish Community Challenge

Seventy nonprofit organizations from Flathead Valley will participate in the eighth annual Great Fish Community Challenge hosted by the Whitefish Community Foundation from August 4 through September 16. The Great Fish Community Challenge is a six-week charitable giving campaign where donors can choose to give to multiple nonprofits in one …

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Brazilian stakeholders agree to federal ban on animal testing for cosmetics

Brazilian manufacturers of personal hygiene products, perfumes and cosmetics, represented by ABIHPEC (Associação Brasileira da Indústria de Higiene Pessoal, Perfumaria e Cosméticos) and Humane Society International (HSI), an animal rights group , reached an agreement to work together to pass a federal law that would ban animal testing of cosmetics …

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Meals on Wheels Pet Pantry Helps Feed Senior Pets

Shirley Robinson Pets can do wonders for a senior’s quality of life. Many seniors rely on the relationships they form with their furry friends to avoid loneliness and feel useful. But when there isn’t enough food for everyone, some seniors may decide to sacrifice some of their own provisions to …

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Dorthy ‘Dort’ Reiken | obituary

Dorthy ‘Dort’ Frances Reiken September 19, 1934 – July 3, 2022 Dorthy “Dort” Frances Reiken, 87, of Traverse City and formerly of Wabash, Indiana, died July 3, 2022 at her home with her family by her side after a brief illness. Dort was born September 19, 1934 in Wabash, Indiana …

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Cecilia Hyatt McLeroy, 76, formerly of Fayetteville, Ga.

Cecilia Hyatt McLeroy Cecilia Hyatt McLeroy passed away peacefully on July 1, 2022 after a long battle with Alzheimer’s disease. She was 76 years old. She was a caring mother, a loving grandmother and a friend to many. She was born to the late James and Mary-Love Hyatt on December …

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What the experts say to keep your pets cool this summer

It’s the start of another sweltering summer, and while you want your pet to live their best life, you also want them to stay safe. There are many steps you can take to make sure your beloved dog or cat stays cool, whether it’s in the pool or in the …

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This week’s headlines, plus tips for performing tests on patients with suspected soft tissue injuries.

Good afternoon and happy Friday! Did you know today is National Pet Hydration Awareness Month? July being one of the hottest months of the year, it is important for pet owners to understand and know the signs of dehydration to help their pets. So this 4th of Julye weekend, be …

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Gilbert H. Seekings Jr | News, Sports, Jobs

Gilbert H. Seekings Jr. PORTLAND – Gilbert H. Seekings Jr., 74, of Portland, NY, passed away peacefully Wednesday, June 29, 2022, at home with his beloved wife by his side, following a courageous and fierce battle against the cancer. He was born June 27, 1948 in Dunkirk, NY to the …

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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

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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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