Ross 81-year-old Dr. John Thomas “Tom” Ross passed away on November 3, 2021 in Danville, Kentucky. Born July 16, 1940 in Clark County, Indiana, he was the son of the late Roger Frank and the late Frances Bower Ross. Tom was a veterinarian for 55 years and was the owner …Read More »
Jojo, a 1 year old male Terrier mix, is a very friendly and energetic dog who loves to run and play. JoJo had previously had an eye injury that resulted in his removal, but that didn’t slow him down. He’s all healed and ready to find a wonderful home. JoJo …Read More »
Ronald W. Robertson “Ron” Ronald W. Robertson “Ron”, from Jamestown, NY, passed away on Wednesday, October 27, 2021, peacefully at his home. Ron was truly one of a kind in every way. Anyone who met him was instantly his friend. Ron was very generous with the kindness and love he …Read More »
ALBANY, NY (NEWS10) – As daylight saving time ends on November 7, you need to change your clocks and check your smoke detectors. The New York State Association of Fire Fighters (FASNY) reminds residents to check their smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. FASNY said to check the batteries and test …Read More »
Stanley chakales November 15, 1945 – October 23, 2021 Hilton Head Island, South Carolina – Stanley James Chakales of Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, at the age of 75, passed away peacefully on October 23, 2021. His death was the result of complications from his two-year battle against cancer of …Read More »
Topeka’s Helping Hands Humane Society will be celebrating National Cat Day on Friday with plenty of social media articles about cats available for adoption. The Topeka Cat Association has no plans to do anything special on Friday, but that’s only because “every day here is National Cat Day,” its sales …Read More »
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Calling all ghouls, ghosts and gargoyles! In case you missed it, Halloween takes place on Sunday. The businesses around Tree Town are gearing up for a freakishly fun weekend by hosting events, handing out candy, and celebrating the spookiest holidays. Here’s where you can have a …Read More »
This year, the South Boston Lions Club is selling all the produce grown in Virginia as part of its annual fundraiser. The organization has Gourmet Nuts from Plantation Peanuts in Wakefield and Apples from Woolwine. Nut selection includes gourmet salted peanuts, spicy Cajun peanuts, twice dipped milk chocolate peanuts (a …Read More »
Several organizations will be hosting fall festivals and Halloween-themed events in Marion County this week. On Wednesday, the Humane Society of Marion County will host a Howl-o-Ween Paw-ty at the SE Livestock Pavilion from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. The cost to attend is $ 5 per adult and all …Read More »
The first alumnus of Maryville College – and the first woman to earn a bachelor’s degree in the state – was inducted this month into the Tennessee Independent Colleges and Universities Association Hall of Fame. Mary Wilson was born in Syria to missionary parents who hoped to become Christian missionaries …Read More »
Donald robert johnston Sebring, Fla – Donald Robert Johnston, 84, of Sebring, Fla., Died on October 6, 2021 in Sebring, Fla. Born January 29, 1937 in Northampton, Massachusetts, Mr. Johnston was the son of the late Donald Francis Johnston and the late Blandine G. (Poulin) Johnston. He has lived in …Read More »
James “Jimmy” D. Johnston, 56, of Sardis, passed away on Sunday October 10, 2021. He was born November 10, 1964 in Bloomington, Illinois, the son of Margaret Gramm Johnston Costigan and the late Bruce Johnston. Jimmy was a safety and health consultant and owner of the Johnston EHS / Ohio …Read More »
Roy Theriot passed away peacefully at his home at the age of 78 from complications from diabetes. His wife of 59 years, Hazel Cormier Theriot, was by his side as he breathed his last. Roy has lived a busy life, always leading by example. His contributions to Acadiana’s business and …Read More »
The Chicago scene at The Office Experience Morning News / 5 days ago Video Fort Smith officer in surgery after attack, 3 dead, state police investigation New / 6 hours ago Video Fort Smith officer in surgery after attack, 3 dead, ASP investigates shooting involving officer New / 6 hours …Read More »
Dakota is a 6 year old puppy looking for a loving home. Dakota is very energetic and a nice guy who enjoys being around people. He loves outdoor walks where he can explore and when he is all tired he will bug you for treats and to be petted. If …Read More »
Posted: Oct 15, 2021 / 11:11 AM EDT / Update: Oct 15, 2021 / 11:11 AM EDT From the Board of Directors of the Tioga County Chamber of Commerce: Owego, NY – The Tioga County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors is pleased to announce new leadership to the chamber. …Read More »
Posted: Oct 12, 2021 / 6:51 PM EDT / Update: Oct 12, 2021 / 8:43 PM EDT FILE – Tyga arrives to benefit amfAR Cinema Against AIDS at the 71st Cannes International Film Festival in Cap d’Antibes, southern France on May 17, 2018. Authorities say the rapper was arrested for …Read More »
BINGHAMTON, NY – The City of Binghamton sent a clear message today that it is fully committed to continuing to honor the legacy of Christopher Columbus. As tradition has it, the Italian flag was hoisted outside City Hall this morning to honor the explorer’s Italian heritage. Members of the local …Read More »
APPLE HILLS – Continuing the Farm to School initiative, students got a virtual glimpse into the life of an apple grower. Since the pandemic, it has been difficult to get children out on field trips, so AG in the Classroom has started doing “virtual outings” instead. The other day, about …Read More »
(Thursday, October 7, 2021) The hot and mostly dry weather lasts until the end of the week despite some stubborn clouds. The next chance for showers will be held until the weekend. After another morning with some stubborn morning clouds and fog, we will see some afternoon sun breaks. A …Read More »
The RSPCA has been condemned for calling for the slaughter of pigs in slaughterhouses for ‘welfare’ reasons, after farmers started killing their animals due to a shortage of labor in slaughterhouses. The lack of workers in slaughterhouses and the disruption of the supply chain have resulted in a growing backlog …Read More »
From the Raymond company: GREENE, NY – The Raymond Corporation celebrated National Manufacturing Day with more than 2,500 registered students from across the country in an interactive digital event on October 1, 2021. National Manufacturing Day is an annual celebration of the manufacturing industry organized by the National Association of …Read More »
In many ways, the COVID-19 pandemic has benefited the country’s pets. Over the past year and a half, pet adoption rates have increased, animal shelters have been virtually empty, and pet owners have been more at home. But for veterinary care providers, it was a very different experience. “It was …Read More »
Posted: Oct 4, 2021 / 10:58 AM EDT / Update: Oct 4, 2021 / 10:58 AM EDT From the Chesapeake Bay program: At the meeting, Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan and CBC President David Bulova joined their colleagues in signing a directive that commits the Chesapeake Bay …Read More »
Posted: Oct 3, 2021 / 12:18 PM EDT / Update: Oct 3, 2021 / 12:18 PM EDT FILE – In this March 7, 1965 file photo, civil rights protesters fight on the ground as state soldiers halt a march in Selma, Alabama. The world knows the names of John Lewis …Read More »
Barbara Jean Beauleaux, from Cadillac passed away on Friday September 24, 2021 at Samaritas Senior Living. She was 90 years old. She was born on March 26, 1931 in Muskegon, Michigan to Milford and Marguerite (Archer) Cummings. Barbara married Richard Glen Beauleaux on July 28, 1956 in Muskegon and made …Read More »
Here’s another story where pit bull owners will immediately go on the defensive and pretend it’s never the dog; it is still the owner. Whatever the fault, is it true that pit bulls are dangerous? Here are the facts. Fact: Pit bulls don’t bite more often than other dogs. Cockers …Read More »
Meetings ¯ The Washington State Community College Board of Trustees will hold a special meeting at 8:00 am today in the Community Hall of the Main Building. ¯ The Lowell Village Council will hold a BOPA meeting at 6 p.m. on October 11. A council meeting will be held at …Read More »
On Thursday, a group representing members of school boards across the country called on President Joe Biden for federal help to investigate and end threats against politicians, including mask warrants, likening vitriol to a form of terrorism domesticated. Parents and community members have disrupted meetings and threatened board members in …Read More »
Hey, Phoenix people! It’s me again, Caitlin Sievers, your host for the Phoenix Daily. First of all, the weather forecast for the day: Clear all day. High: 86 Low: 70. Here are the best stories today in Phoenix: State suspended teaching diplomas of a former teacher at Carl Hayden Community …Read More »
Animal Protection Association fights misconceptions during Pit Bull Awareness Month October is National Pit Bull Awareness Month October 1stst, 2021 Voorhees, NJ – Animal Welfare Association (AWA) strives to provide humane education to our local communities and to raise awareness of the animals in our shelter. Throughout Pit Bull Awareness …Read More »
BINGHAMTON, NY – After a one-year hiatus, this organization is hosting an event to help new mothers and pregnant women. The Mothers and Babies Perinatal Network will be holding its 6th annual community baby shower this next Saturday. This event is free and for anyone with children under 12 months …Read More »
MADISON, Wisconsin (AP) – The state Senate is due to vote Tuesday on a bill that would increase penalties for animal abuse. Currently, the animal abuse penalty is $ 500. Abuse resulting in mutilation, disfigurement or death, the maximum penalty is three and a half years in prison. Under the …Read More »
Posted: Sep 27, 2021 / 11:24 AM EDT / Update: Sep 27, 2021 / 11:24 AM EDT FILE – In this file photo from December 22, 2020, a Qatar Airways plane prepares for take off at San Francisco International Airport during the coronavirus pandemic in San Francisco. Qatar Airways announced …Read More »
The AtlantiCare Delivery Center reported 193 newborn deliveries in June, 194 in July, and 190 in August. On average, it was about 30 more births per month than the Center usually sees – evidence of a long-awaited baby boom brought on by COVID-19 lockdowns. “We usually look at historical trends, …Read More »
Whether you volunteer as part of a group or as an individual, there are plenty of opportunities in Houston. Here are the local organizations looking for help: Alliance for Multicultural Community Services: The association creates opportunities for refugees, immigrants and underserved residents to achieve their goals of self-reliance and improve …Read More »
The Wiregrass Association of Master Gardeners will be holding a fall plant sale from Friday October 1 to Monday October 4. Hours will be 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday, Saturday and Sunday and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Monday. The sale will be located in the Dothan …Read More »
Florence mary marsh HIGHLAND, IN – Florence Mary Marsh, 89, from Highland, IN passed away on Thursday September 23, 2021. She is survived by her loving children: Jeffrey (Florence N.) Marsh, Diane (John) Lucchese; dear grandchildren: Jennie R. (Jerry) Rios, Michael P. (Valarie) Lesniewski, John (Karee) Lucchese, Anthony Lucchese; Beloved …Read More »
Daniel mark ives Galveston, TX – Dan Ives, 73, of Galveston, TX died unexpectedly on September 19, 2021 following a battle with multiple systemic atrophy and Parkinson’s disease. Dan was born December 10, 1947 in Hanover, NH, the son of Almon Bingham Ives and Mary Elizabeth (Abraham) Ives. He graduated …Read More »
John L. Draper Jr., 50, of Rehoboth Beach died at home on Monday, September 20, 2021, in his wife’s loving arms after a fierce battle with cancer. Although born July 14, 1971 in Dover to John L. Draper Sr. and Phyllis (Ramsey) Draper-Watts, John spent most of his childhood in …Read More »
(Thursday September 23, 2021) A band of moderate to heavy rain slowly traverses the area from west to east Thursday afternoon and evening. Wind gusts and flash floods are possible. Our weather dries up and cools down on Fridays and weekends. A slowly moving cold front will gradually move through …Read More »
Click to enlarge CP Photo: Kimberly Rooney The toaster gets its claws cut every few weeks. Anyone who is cuddled with a cat knows how finicky they can be. Harmless toe beans one instant, claws the next. While cat claws can hurt, declawing causes pain and other behavioral and health …Read More »
PUBLIC NOTICE CHAFFEE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS PROCEDURE RELATING TO AUTHORIZING BILLS FOR AUGUST 2021 Seller, Amount 327 MEDICAL PROF CORP, $ 182.00; 3R ELECTRICAL COMPANY LLC, $ 125.00; 4 RIVERS EQUIPMENT, LLC, $ 11,658.90; AUTO SERVICE A-1, $ 6,233.25; ACA PRODUCTS, $ 281.78; ACTION LOCKING SERVICE, $ 179.50; ADVANCED …Read More »
Lois Ann Schulte, 94, died at 12:19 p.m. on Monday, September 20, 2021 at OSF St. Anthony’s Hospital in Alton. Born June 7, 1927 in Alton, she was the daughter of Robert Jackson and Eva Mae (Barnhart) Dillow. She married Howard E. Schulte on November 16, 1945 in Wood River. …Read More »
By Kitty Block and Sara Amundson One of many HSUS investigations into Petland found a purchased blue merle goldendoodle that was infected with Giardia and Campylobacter, two bacteria that cause infections that can be passed on to humans. HSUS By selling puppy mill dogs, some pet stores spread serious illnesses …Read More »
Q: We live in an apartment complex where there are a lot of dogs barking. Some tenants want to require owners of these dogs to “skin” them. What do you think about this? A: I am against it, and because it is widely considered inhumane, the Humane Society Veterinary Medical …Read More »
Steve F. Hanzlik, 93, of Hot Springs, died September 15, 2021. He was born January 29, 1928 in Lackawanna, NY He was predeceased by his parents, Anthony Handzlik and Ludwika Handzlik-Kozub; his beloved 50-year-old wife, Erika; and his son, Patrick Hanzlik. He is survived by his son, Marcel (Sally) Hanzlik; …Read More »
Barbara ann meyer Barbara “Barb” Ann Meyer was born March 22, 1925 in Garrett, Indiana. She was the only daughter of Albert J. Loffi and Carrie Hughes Loffi. Barb graduated from Garrett High School, then the family moved to Willard where her father worked for the B&O Railroad. Barb worked …Read More »
Flannel is looking for a loving home to call his own. I am a very cuddly cat who loves my people and can’t wait for the chance to show my new family how kind and friendly I am. Flannel is a big talker and loves to chat. If you are …Read More »
Emmy Award Winning Artist NOTInternationally acclaimed comic book artist and artist Vicki Lawrence, best known for her role on The Carol Burnett Show where she developed the character of Thelma Harper / Mama, will star on an episode of Landmark Live on Thursday, September 23. Landmark Live is the Landmark …Read More »
BINGHAMTON, NY – NewsChannel 34 is teaming up with the Binghamton Rumble Ponies and a pair of local animal welfare agencies in a bid to clean up the shelters. During Saturday night’s game against the Reading Fightin Phils, fans are invited to bring in non-perishable pet food and supplies that …Read More »
Margie C. Stoup, 73, of Monroe, died on September 10, 2021 at the Pleasant View Nursing Home in Monroe, WI. She was born March 26, 1948 in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, daughter of William and Edith (Hill) Campbell. She graduated from Neshaminy High School in Langhorne, Pennsylvania. She was a National Merit …Read More »
Jacquelyn R. Rusin 74, of Eastern Union Turnpike, Crooked Lake, passed away on Tuesday August 24, 2021 from a long illness. Born in Yonkers, NY, Jacquelyn was the daughter of the late John and Isabel Vinchkoski Jazzo and the wife of Richard A. Rusin since 2006. Jacquelyn grew up in …Read More »
ROBERTS – The family of Sharon Rose (Roetzel) Grant, of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, is saddened to announce her passing on Friday (September 3, 2021) at the age of 82, after a courageous battle with cancer. Sharon was born to Harold and Rose (Janssen) Roetzel on March 10, 1939, in their rural …Read More »
Miles W. Donaldson, MD, at the age of 92, Marion passed away peacefully on Thursday, September 2, 2021 at Wesleyan Health Care and Rehabilitation under the care of Heart to Heart Hospice. Miles was born May 5, 1929 in Dayton, Ohio, the son of “RJ” and Mildred (Miles) Donaldson. On …Read More »
Posted: August 28, 2021 / 3:02 AM EDT / Update: August 28, 2021 / 3:02 AM EDT Cranes are operating at the Arc de Triomphe in Paris on Tuesday August 24, 2021. The “Arc de Triomphe, Wrapped” project by the late artist Christo and Jeanne-Claude will be on view from …Read More »
Challenge California Proposition 12, Voter-Approved Ban on Extreme Farm Animal Containment, Rejected by Iowa Court, Humane Society of the United States Reports
August 25, 2021 – The United States District Court for the Northern District of Iowa has ruled against the Iowa Pork Producers Association and several industrial pork producers in their challenge to California Proposition 12, a voting measure passed in 2018 with about two-thirds of the vote. The Humane Society …Read More »
WHAT: Regular meeting of Muskogee City Council. WHEN: 5:30 p.m. Monday. O: City Council Chamber, Third Floor, Muskogee Municipal Building, 229 W. Okmulgee Ave. ON TV: Live streaming on Suddenlink Channel 14. INFORMATION: Those who wish to address the advisers at the meeting must register at least 15 minutes before …Read More »
Upcoming MeetingsTown Halls: Chula Vista, 5 p.m. TuesdaySchool boards: National School District (National City), 6 p.m. Wednesday; South Bay Union School District (Imperial Beach), 6 p.m. Thursday; Sweetwater Union School District, 6 p.m. Monday National City is looking for volunteers National City has several volunteer opportunities to serve on its …Read More »
by: TODD RICHMOND, Associated press Posted: August 10, 2021 / 10:02 PM MDT / Updated: August 10, 2021 / 10:02 PM MDT FILE – This file photo from July 16, 2004, shows a gray wolf at the Wildlife Science Center in Forest Lake, Minnesota. state’s fall wolf hunt, claiming they …Read More »
(Monday August 9, 2021) Prepare for a very hot and humid week with the risk of afternoon thunderstorms every day until Friday. Relief will come this weekend. A dome of very hot air is heading northeast this week. Every day, Monday through the end of the work week, will feature …Read More »
TOKYO (NEXSTAR) – As the Tokyo Olympics begin to wind down and COVID-19 cases in Tokyo increase, the question becomes, ‘What happens when everyone goes home? “ This is not an optimistic perspective from Dr Stephen Thomas, professor of infectious diseases at SUNY Upstate Medical University, but it is a …Read More »
by: STEPHEN GROVES, Associated Press Posted: August 6, 2021 / 2:16 PM EDT / Updated: August 6, 2021 / 2:23 PM EDT Motorcycles passed through downtown Sturgis, SD on Thursday, August 5, 2021. The Sturgis Motorcycle Rally begins Friday, even as coronavirus cases increase in South Dakota. (AP Photo / …Read More »
Pork prices in the United States could climb 50% due to a new California animal welfare law, a pork producer CEO said. The law means that farmers in California, or who sell in California, must give more space to breeding pigs. The CEO of Christensen Farms said it could cost …Read More »
Caeleb Dressel is pretty much invincible when he has a way for himself. But give it a deficit of more than 8 seconds? Well, that’s too much for the world’s tallest swimmer to overcome with two pool laps. During a morning of mixed emotions and chaotic races at the Tokyo …Read More »
DES MOINES, Iowa – Thanks to a reworked menu and long hours, Jeannie Kim has managed to keep his San Francisco restaurant alive during the coronavirus pandemic. This makes it all the more frustrating that she fears her breakfast-focused dinner will be ruined in a matter of months by new …Read More »
So! What bits of our Sonoma County history do you want to read? Perhaps another look at the role of women in our history? Or some thoughts on the many and varied charities that aimed to “civilize” our communities during the formative years of the early 20th century? These are …Read More »
I have no credit.I’m not a creditor What is my score on credit?
If you do not have credit, your credit report won’t include a credit score because there’s no information available to establish one.This is known as “credit invisibility” and you’ll get credit scores after you’ve received your first credit or loan card, and you have an outstanding repayment history of 3 to 5 months that you report by the major bureaus of credit.If you take out the loan, your Texas Lender can be reported to all three credit bureaus or just one.( https://www.theflashlist.com/assets/posts/2022/080/guaranteed-loan-approval-with-no-credit-checks.html )
The Governor Cuomo approved the state’s Marijuana Regulation and Taxation Act in the spring of this year to allow pot for recreation for adults.
The legal framework for developing the product is still been put in place.
The NewsChannel 34’s Corina Cappabianca provides more details about a proposed law to make things easier for producers.
The Office of Cannabis Management that is responsible for overseeing the cannabis industry within New York State is not yet fully operational and fully staffed.
Senator Jeremy Cooney says that right this moment it’s just an information site.
((Jeremy Cooney NYS Senator))I do not know who’s behind the curtain If you want to call it that however, it is evident that we don’t possess an executive director since the person who is appointed must confirm in the New York State Senate, and hasn’t been put up for an vote until now.
Cooney states that Cooney says that the New York State Senate will be required to also confirm the chairperson of the board.
When the Board is in session, Cooney has a bill that would grant “provisional adult-use licenses for growers” for growers.
((Jeremy Cooney NYS Senator))
Our law will permit producers in New York State to plant seeds in the soil so that we don’t get behind and not be able to enjoy another growing season.
If, under the bill, there was a chance that Office of Cannabis Management did not establish a licensing procedure before January 1st The Ministry of Agriculture and Markets will issue provisional permits until CMO can issue the licenses.
((Jeremy Cooney NYS Senator))
We are aware that before there’s a new and exciting market, there has to be a product available to sell, and we’re trying to ensure that we don’t miss out on a growing season during this process.
The Office of Cannabis Management falls under the New York State Liquor Authority and is also responsible for the medical marijuana business.
ELMIRA, NY (WETM) – Two women have been indicted by a Chemung County grand jury after two dead dogs were found at an Elmira home on Grove Street. According to court documents, Caitlyn Hunter and Brittany Miller have both been charged with two counts of aggravated animal cruelty; two counts …Read More »
[ad_1] Willie Richard “Richie” Johnson, 66, of Reidland, died Friday July 16, 2021 at his home. Richie was born in Paducah on November 23, 1954 to JW “Bill” Johnson and Minnie (Miller) Johnson. He graduated in 1973 from Reidland High School, where he played baseball for the Reidland Greyhounds. Richie …Read More »
[ad_1] MCBAIN – Dick Family Farm, in partnership with the Missaukee District Library and the Missaukee Conservation District, last week hosted a robotic tour of the dairy farm for residents. The tour was part of the library’s âTails and Talesâ summer reading program and provided residents with a unique experience …Read More »
[ad_1] Wisconsin Wolf Hunt Video / 1 hour ago Video Gerds Extra! More theatrical adventures at the crossroads Video / 2 hours ago Video Mother and 2 children rescued by firefighters and Oshkosh police after house fire, two officers injured Video / 2 hours ago Video Schneider of Green Bay …Read More »
[ad_1] Willa is a 1 year old black and brown shorthair domestic cat. She came to Animal Allies after her old household could no longer take care of her. Some people call her the “Velcro Kitty” because she enjoys being with people, cuddling, and playing. She also enjoys basking in …Read More »
[ad_1] Monday July 19 Lunches are available from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Tahlequah Day Center. Eastside Alcoholics Anonymous meets at noon and 8 p.m. at 812 Ward St. Zumba is at 5 and 6 p.m. at the TACO building in Cookson, 32247 S. 540 Road. Humane Society …Read More »
[ad_1] July 13, 2021 LUMBERTON – The roughly $ 89 million lawsuit through an appeal process with the Federal Emergency Management Agency was approved on Tuesday by the Robeson County Public Schools Education Board. Counsel for the board, Grady Hunt, said outgoing board chairman Craig Lowry was instrumental in shaping …Read More »
[ad_1] through: Sydney kalich, Nexstar News Wire Posted: Jul 14, 2021 / 12:57 PM EDT / Update: Jul 14, 2021 / 12:58 PM EDT Depressed professional in panic holding head in hands in front of laptop. Businesswoman frustrated with bad news in the office. (Nation Now) – Stress? The city …Read More »
[ad_1] Washington will not have any kind of Native American imagery as part of its next name, and the subject is still evolving in sports throughout the year since the legendary NFL franchise dropped arguably the most polarizing moniker that stay with the pros. Tuesday marks the first anniversary since …Read More »
[ad_1] United Way of Lake County announced this week that it has appointed Lactran CEO Ben Capelle as president of the 2021 campaign. Capelle quickly emerged as a leader in mass transit in Ohio, starting an early career at age 18 when he was a student bus driver for the …Read More »
[ad_1] JoAnn (Joan) E. Evans passed away peacefully in Jerome, AZ on March 24, 2021. Joan was born on September 16, 1932 in Laverne, OK to Velma and Herschel (Hank) Evans. She had four siblings: Russell, Allen (Hoot), Sula and Arley J. (Boog). Joan graduated from Laverne High School in …Read More »
[ad_1] Four people who have left an indelible mark on Highland County and beyond – Ed Bousman, Benton Raymond “BR” Duckworth, Harriet Amelia (Hack) Fenner and Wenona Marlin – have been selected as 2021 Hall of Fame inductees County of Highland, and the public is invited to attend the 2 …Read More »