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Good day! My name is Kermit and I am an 8 month old male tabby. My family is moving and brought me here to hopefully find a new, loving home. I am very affectionate and like to be held. I will purr when you love me. The ladies say I have a very pretty face and cute, tufted ears. I ... Read More »

Out and About – Week of April 15th

A little over two weeks ago, we celebrated Easter. We thought we’d try something a little different and have Easter dinner with relatives at Gun Lake Casino, south of Grand Rapids. I was surprised to find out that the casino was open on such a holy day, but it was, and from what I gathered, a bunch of people had ... Read More »


Hi! I am Toby and I am a male, black, boxer/lab mix. I’m about 1 year old and weigh about 45 pounds. I may be a little shy at first but I warm up to you quickly. I am very inquisitive and can sit and walk nicely. Being young, I am very active and am ready for training. I am ... Read More »

Out and About – Week of April 8th

In April, 2006, this column appeared for the first time in this newspaper. This means that I’ve written this column for seven years. That amounts to around 364 columns. I’ve done my best to keep the column simple. I don’t write about politics or express my religious beliefs. I’ll leave that to those who spend eight hours a day on ... Read More »


My name is Oliver and I am a 10 month old male kitty. I am almost all white with a little bit of butterscotch added for color. What makes me fascinating is that I have two different colored eyes. Both are very pretty. I am good with children, litter trained and like to play. I am available to adopt right ... Read More »

Out and About – Week of April 1st

The Squeeze In, Falvey’s, Vaughn’s, Lee’s, Frosty Bowling Lanes, Wittenberg’s News Agency, The Rose Room, and Templin Feeds. These are all names of businesses from the past. These are places that were alive and doing a fantastic business back in the day. US-131 went right through downtown Three Rivers, because there wasn’t the by-pass west of town. If you wanted ... Read More »