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Pamela J. Brown Burns | Obituary

[ad_1] PAMELA J. BROWN BURNS passed away on July 3, 2021 at the Ohio State University Medical Center. She was born on April 3, 1958 to the most wonderful and precious parents, James and Nancy Brown, whom she was fortunate enough to share with her sister, Robin. She resided in …

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Hensarling’s shop contained a treasure trove of works

[ad_1] Sandra Ligocky’s new pecan wood rocking chair, designed by Robert Hensarling in 1986 and included as part of a recent auction held to clean up Hensarling’s long-standing workshop. Uvaldean Robert Hensarling has featured in 16 magazines – including one in Germany – eight episodes of HGTV’s Texas Country Reporter …

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Fire station art | The Highland Current

[ad_1] Fire station art | The Highland Current Through Michael turton, Journalist | 19 minutes ago From left to right: Ruby McCormick, Hazel Berkley and Frances Donahue; the other students are Sydney Merriman and Silas Emig. The Cold Spring Fire Hall is getting a makeover thanks to the artistic talents …

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Making prisons more humane – the Boston Globe

[ad_1] “Corrections looks at everything from a safety perspective,” Michael Cox, executive director of Black and Pink Massachusetts told the Legislature’s Committee on Mental Health, Substance Use and Recovery earlier this week. “They are not equipped to deal with mental illness on a human level.” Cox, who identified himself as …

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Robeson County towns plan July 4th celebrations

[ad_1] June 25, 2021 As the United States intensified its efforts during World War II in the early 1940s, Fort Bragg became the largest military post in the country, accommodating 60,000 troops. But lesser-known military training was taking place about 40 miles southwest of Fort Bragg, in what is now …

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Broome County Regional Farmers Market turns 5 | WIVT

[ad_1] BINGHAMTON, NY – A popular Saturday destination in Broome County celebrates its birthday. The Broome County Regional Farmers Market recognized 5 years of success and growth throughout the month. The market began in 2016 as a collaboration between the Cornell Cooperative Extension of Broome County and the Broome County …

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Window on Pasco | New

[ad_1] Petco Love chooses Pasco Animal Services for a grant of $ 25,000 Petco Love recently awarded Pasco County Animal Services a $ 25,000 grant to benefit the county’s pet population. PCAS will partner with the Humane Society of Pasco County and the SPCA Suncoast to use the money to …

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Mexican unaccompanied children sent home | WIVT

[ad_1] WASHINGTON, DC – The Biden administration says unaccompanied migrant children seeking asylum are admitted to the United States and are being properly cared for. However, as Alexandra Limon of NewsChannel 34 shows us, there is a group of unaccompanied children who are excluded and almost all returned to their …

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David C. DeLauder | Bon Pasteur funeral home

[ad_1] DAVID C. DeLAUDER passed away on June 15, 2021, at the age of 57. He leaves this terrestrial world too soon. An accomplished chef, David’s love for food and its preparation was his way of expressing his love to his family and friends. His hospitality and generosity were beyond …

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Robert (Bob) L. McGinty | News, Sports, Jobs

[ad_1] Robert (Bob) L. McGinty GLADSTONE – Robert (Bob) L. McGinty, 83, of Gladstone, passed away on Sunday March 7, 2021 at the Lakeview Memory Care Center in Gladstone, surrounded by his family. Robert was born January 25, 1938 in Flint, Michigan, son of Edward and Lilah (Ferguson) McGinty. He …

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Anne Marie Forbes appointed Vice President of Development

[ad_1] The Charlotte Symphony will welcome Anne Marie Forbes as Vice President of Development effective July 6, 2021. As Vice President of Development of the CSO, Forbes will be responsible for all fundraising and development activities and helping forge new relationships to strengthen the visibility, impact and financial resources of …

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Six Things Alabamians Love More Than COVID Vaccines

[ad_1] COVID vaccines are a pretty painful subject these days, and that doesn’t just refer to pain at the injection site. Alabamians in particular don’t seem overly fond of vaccines – less than 30% of the state’s population is fully vaccinated, according to the Centers for Disaster Control and Prevention. …

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Fifty years of service | Community

[ad_1] In the 50 years since a small group of women first met at the Bluegrass Country Club with the goal of improving their community, the GFWC Woman’s Club in Hendersonville has been a driving force behind many. organizations and events that made the city what it is today. The …

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Carolyn Fairbanks | Local death notices

[ad_1] Carolyn Patch Fairbanks, a longtime animal advocate who illuminated Estes Park with her kindness, bravely fought her last battle on February 14, 2021. She was 74 years old. Carolyn was best known for running the Estes Park Pet Association and other community nonprofit programs. But it was his self-labeled …

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Frank E. Hilt | Obituary

[ad_1] February 10, 1932 – June 6, 2021 Janesville, WI – Frank E. Hilt, 89, of Janesville, passed away peacefully with his family by his side on Sunday, June 6, 2021 at the Agrace Hospice and Palliative Care Center in Janesville. Frank was born in Janesville on February 10, 1932; …

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Happenings: Upcoming events and activities | Local

[ad_1] The Winterville Historical and Arts Society, 2543 Church St., opens the Winterville Museum from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Sundays. Located in the Cox-Angel House, the museum houses artifacts and exhibits that reflect the history of Winterville and Pitt County. Admission is free, but donations are accepted. Call …

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Delaware Humane Association and Delaware SPCA merge

[ad_1] The mission of the two shelters going forward is to “retain pets” or help pet owners keep their animals at home rather than filling the shelters. “We’re already seeing a lot of change with that, providing pet food or medical care or just orientation and training resources,” Carroll said. …

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James H. Herron | Dubuque obituary

[ad_1] James (Jim) H. Herron, 85, passed away peacefully surrounded by his family on June 1, 2021. Son of Donald D. and Marjorie A. (Corson) Herron, James was born in Waterloo, Iowa on July 11, 1935. He moved to Dubuque with his family in October 1947 and graduated from Dubuque …

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John Marshall High School Class of 2021: Top Graduates

[ad_1] This list will be published in a special graduation section in the print edition of the Post Bulletin on Saturday, June 5. Bethelehem Alene Parents: Mulat Getu and Fentaye Beyene. Bethelehem Alene (photo submitted) Nicole alexandru Parents: Irina Alexandru and Sorin Alexandru; Activities: Captain of the Science Olympiad, Speech …

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Funeral notices – May 25, 2021

[ad_1] ANDERSON – Anna Elizabeth “Liz” Anderson, 84, Camden, May 19, 2021. Private services, no call hours. Burial Forest Lawn Cemetery, Camden. Arrangements by LaRobardiere Funeral Home, 109 Main St., Camden. Contributions to a human society of their choice. CAHILL – Brett P. Cahill, 60, May 20, 2021. No service. …

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William C. “Bill” Maston | Obituary

[ad_1] William C. “Bill” Maston, 88, of Johnson, died on Friday, May 21, 2021 at the Pullman Regional Hospital. Bill was born on October 2, 1932 in Colfax to Earl and Bernice (Hatley) Maston. He grew up in Staley until the family moved to Johnson, where he attended school. Bill …

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NJ lawmakers plan to ban police chokes completely

[ad_1] As the nation marks a year since George Floyd was assassinated by a former Minneapolis police officer, New Jersey state lawmakers are grappling with whether to continue allowing officers to use chokes as a form of self-defense – or completely ban the controversial technique. This is a bill that …

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Rita Duzan, 77 years old | Democrat News

[ad_1] Rita Duzan (née: Cahall), 77, of Georgetown, Ohio, died on Monday May 17, 2021 at Siena Gardens Rehabilitation & Transition Care in Withamsville, Ohio. She was born in Georgetown, Ohio on June 15, 1943 at the Billy and Mary Cahall. She was a loving daughter, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. …

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Americans Celebrate 16th Annual Endangered Species Day

[ad_1] ESC News: WASHINGTON, DC – Thousands of Americans today participated in Endangered Species Day events and activities across the country, in recognition of the country’s commitment to protect and restore endangered wildlife. This is the 16th annual International Day of Endangered Species, which takes place on the third Friday …

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City recognizes Newberry College seniors

[ad_1] Each year, the Town of Newberry recognizes seniors with a proclamation for their volunteer work in the Newberry County community. Pictured are the 2021 students, in no particular order: Antoinaya Grant, Aubrey Guyton, Benjamin Gilmore, Brianna Meador, Denelle Williams, Julie Kinard, Nathan Lee, Paige Meyer, Preslee Sikes, Tyrant Dixon, …

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Mary Louisa Eisner | Deaths

[ad_1] Mary Louisa Eisner, 75, died on Saturday May 8, 2021, at her home, with her family by her side. She was born in Marinette, Wisconsin on July 18, 1945, daughter of the late Albert James and Mabel Louise (Jenkins) Heil. Mary Lou married Richard Eisner on January 14, 1967 …

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Jerry C. Crawford Sr. | Obituary

[ad_1] Jerry C. Crawford Sr., 82, of Bowling Green passed away on Tuesday May 18, 2021. He was born March 14, 1939 in Bowling Green to the late Commander and Helen (Myers) Crawford. He married Rose Spilker on April 10, 1960. Jerry graduated from Bowling Green High School. He then …

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Defying predictions and anecdotes, pet shelter disposals in states and nationwide against the pandemic are falling, not increasing

[ad_1] YORK COUNTY, Pa. (WHTM) – “Animal shelters prepare to surrender,” warned a June 24, 2020 headline in the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association. “I understand why they would think that,” Steven Martinez, executive director of the York County SPCA, said Tuesday of expert predictions and public perceptions, …

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Missouri tops puppy mill report, dog breeders push back

[ad_1] Earl Light’s Operation Corn Creek Kennel in Phelps County featured prominently in the Humane Society of the United States’ ninth annual “Horrible Hundred” report, documenting animal suffering among dog breeders in the United States. “The puppy mill”. The same was true for 20 other ranchers in Missouri. The Washington, …

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Edward E “Ed” Soleska | Obituary

[ad_1] April 20, 1941 – April 28, 2021 Jefferson, WI – EDWARD E. SOLESKA, 80, from Jefferson, passed away peacefully on Wednesday April 28, 2021 at his home. Ed was born on April 20, 1941 in Oconomowoc, WI to Phillip and Margaret (McCaughey) Soleska. He graduated from Economowoc High School …

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CARDINGTON FFA – Morrow County Sentry

[ad_1] Skills winners The Ohio FFA Association sponsors the National Competency Awards program each year. This program is designed to recognize students’ achievement in their supervised farming experience in one or more of the 47 recognized competition divisions. The Cardington FFA has four students recognized as state finalists in their …

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Obituary: Clinton R. Hayward Jr.

[ad_1] Clinton R. Hayward Jr. SOUTH CHINA – Clinton R. Hayward, Jr., 78, passed away peacefully on Sunday, May 2, 2021 with her family by her side after a brief illness at Togus VA Medical Center, Augusta. He was the loving husband of the late Patricia B. (Sitnik) Hayward. Clinton …

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Health memories 05.11.21 | Life

[ad_1] Famous SGHS Nurses week National Nurses Week is an annual worldwide celebration of nurses that begins May 6 and ends May 12, Florence Nightingale’s birthday. This is an opportunity for people to recognize and show their gratitude to nurses for their significant contribution to the well-being of the public. …

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