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Hi. My name is Axel and I am a male black and tan shepherd mix. I’m about two years old and have medium long hair, kind of like a collie. My dark colors are very pretty and muted. I have a lot of energy because I am young but I obey pretty well and walk nicely on a leash. I …

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Hello there. I’m Lydia and I am a black and white female jack russell terrier. I’m about 7 years old and a bit plump. I’m very friendly and like to be with people. I am very sweet and not overactive like some younger dogs. It surely would be nice to have a loving home as I grow older. Please come …

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Daisy Doo

Hi! Yep, that’s me with ears a-flyin’! I’m Daisy Doo and I have tons of energy. I am a female red hound mix, about 1 or 2 years old. I weigh a solid 53 pounds and really like to be with people. I am pretty smart but I will need someone to guide me and teach me and let me …

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The mind of a child is a terrible thing to ignore

The first school bell rang on Tuesday for most students in the area. There were first-day jitters for both students, parents, and yes, even teachers, as they all embark on another school year. Some students entered school for the first time or for the last, moving on to a new grade in a new school, leaving elementary behind for middle school, or …

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Out and About – Week of September 5th

I try my best to remind everyone about holidays and trash pickup days. I should have mentioned this last week, but I ran out of column space, so here is that information a week late. Monday was Labor Day, a holiday for just about everyone. Your trash removal person had the day off, but will be working this next Saturday. …

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A trip down memory lane

While summer is not officially over, with students (and teachers!) heading back to school, football starting and yes, even the leaves are beginning to change color, all signs point toward the end of summer. For all the big plans I made this summer, sadly, not all of my dreams became a reality. But that is not to say summer was …

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