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I have met the Grinch

If you have any doubt as to whether the Grinch is real, I can attest that he is and he looks nothing like the green creature with the heart three-sizes- too-small that we see on TV. For my family, the Grinch was a middle aged man (I might be a little too generous with that comment) who tried to dampen ...

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Terrier

Hi there. I am an adult black and white male rat terrier with very cute black spots all over me. I walk very nicely on a leash and I am good with cats and dogs and I like to be with people. I am housebroken and a very sweet guy. Being at Animal Control is quite stressful for me so ...

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Out and About – Week of November 11th

This past weekend was another weekend spent in “God’s Country”. My wife and I attended a seminar held at the R.A. MacMullan Center near Roscommon, Michigan. We’ve both attended seminars there in the past, so we were looking forward to this opportunity to gather once again with about one hundred of our closest friends, enjoy some great food, share a ...

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Obi and Leo

Hi, my name is Obi and I am a long-haired black male, about 1 year old. My buddy is Leo, and he is a short-hair tiger, about 5 years old. We lived together and surely would like to stay that way. We are almost perfect cats – we are already neutered, litter-trained, declawed in the front, are current with our ...

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Baker passes away

A longtime Three Rivers city employee and community icon has passed away. Ken Baker, who served in a variety of roles for the municipality, died Tuesday evening following a long battle with kidney cancer. He was 71. Baker started his career with the city as a patrol officer for the Three Rivers Police Department. He was later promoted to sergeant ...

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Out and About – Week of November 4th

Welcome to November and the holiday season. There are already Christmas decorations out, but they’ve been out for a week or so, so this isn’t any real news. We still have Thanksgiving to look forward to, and I have plenty to be thankful for this year. This past weekend you should have set your clocks back one hour. If you ...

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