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Call us for our latest adoption days schedule or to check on which dogs we will be bringing that week. Extra large, large, and medium plastic crates are also always needed. We have to drive long distances to the pet adoptions every week, not to mention transports.
The crates are uncomfortable and lonesome without blankets to line them, not only at their foster homes, but also for the crates in the vans we use to transport the dogs, and at pet adoptions. For a complete listing of dogs at the shelter, please go to www. You may also see pictures of all the dogs on display on the board in Dr. Thanks to everyone involved the roadside is currently clear of debris. Pictured L to R: Jim Scarafia, Canaan Haggard, J. From Asheville, North Carolina, Dana and Susan bring to the stage an exciting blend of original songs of the American landscape and old-time Appalachian mountain music.
Their music is the sound and feel of bedrock America. The Robinsons will perform Sunday from p. Readers may check them out at http: The Hilltoppers Bish, Liz, and Jacob Mumford and friends play a mix of acoustic blues, folk, gospel, and American roots music.
Batting second at She will be joined by special guest Melanie Bosza. Wirth at 3 p. Rounding out the evening will be a street dance, deejayed by Owen Lewis, beginning around 7: Market, who cites Bill Morrissey and Gordon Lightfoot among his many musical influences, will perform a set of mostly original songs, some quiet and introspective, some outrageously funny. He will set the table for Dana and Susan Robinson, who play from p.
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Proceeds from the Tea will benefit the Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra, a non- profit organization. Those who attend will enjoy a presentation by Jean Noyes, an Englishwoman and Tri-State resident wellversed in English tea customs. For more information or to buy tickets to the "Symphony Tea", call the Philharmonic Box Office at Reservations are required and must be received by 5 p.
Colorado native Miles became interested in art while attending the University of Northern Colorado. Greatly influenced by the ancient ruins and art of the Etruscans, Romans and Greeks, Miles became fascinated with the rich cultural relationship between sculpture, architecture and the surrounding landscape.
We will have our first open poetry reading on Wednesday April 18, at 7 p. This event is open to all. Please join us for poetry and refreshments. Our new romance book club, Love in the Afternoon, will be held on Thursday April 20, at 1: Our second meeting of the Cookbook Club will be on Saturday April 21, at 1.
To the editor, U. Supreme Court has ruled that voter identification laws are constitutional. Unfortunately due to historical events, New Hampshire is subject to Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act, which requires all voting process changes to be approved by Washington. So our new voter ID law cannot take effect until Washington approves. Interestingly you need valid photo identification to qualify for many government programs as well.
Corporations and People Only people vocally opposing fire truck are some embittered extremists To the editor, Pres. In early May, Pres. Obama signed new free trade agreements with Colombia, as well as South Korea and Panama. Small manufacturers will need to invest in computer and electronic equipment to develop their budgets, and marketing strategy. What I really expected from our transformative president was Fair Trade To the editor, First of all, I want to say that that Gilford has a fine and professional fire department.
Several years ago, when my father-in-law was living with us, they answered an emergency call for him and were very kind and helpful. We have a fine fire chief and very professional firefighters.
I say fortunately because fire departments are among those things you hope you never need but which are comforting to have anyway. And, when I do need them, I want them to have the best equipment possible and do not mind paying taxes for it. In a recent letter to The Sun, Kevin Leandro made false accusations against our fine firefighters because he opposes paying for a new fire truck. Leandro, how are they intimidating you?
Like Niel Young, do you think that everyone who disagrees with you is persecuting you?
Where is your evidence for these serious and defaming charges? I want to see it! If you cannot produce that evidence, you owe Gilford Fire Rescue a retraction and an apology. Fair Trade has been around for years now, with chocolate and coffee products on our store shelves, especially in our health food stores and co-ops. What is Obama doing, being stuck in the old Clinton-Bush mentalities and signing those agreements that cause jobs to leave the country and make hardships for small people?
Now he challenges Romney on his actions causing jobs to leave the country? We should disband our current political parties and instead vote for Corporations or People, with a -C after our names when we register or a -P. He also denied certain facts.Missouri - Wikipedia audio article
They are real people. They carry Palestinian passports, recognized as such in the United States. Many are descendants of the original followers of Jesus.
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Wednesday, July 18, Free refreshments will be served. As for me, I am willing to accept their opinion when it comes to firefighting matters unless I see a real good reason not to and I do not in this case. In fact, it seems that the only people vocally opposing the fire truck are some embittered extremists who seem to have little concern for the rest of us. I am an informed patient and I do ask my physician questions.
Even so, when she thinks I need a test or procedure, I trust and respect her knowledge of a field that is not mine. After all, she went to medical school. Are you a firefighter or expert in that field Mr. On a different but still somewhat related matter: Leandro, when are you, Doug Lambert, and Dave Horvath going to repay the thousands of dollars you cost the town with your frivolous lawsuit against the Gilford School Board? Scott Cracraft Gilford What in Sen. Does she have some positions or votes that she is afraid to talk about to the voters?
There is no excuse for a candidate to refuse to face an opponent and stand up for what they have done, or expect to do if they are elected.
What is Forester afraid of? We want to see her debate Bob Lamb. Kent Warner, Center Harbor from preceding page ment programs designed specifically to help the folks our Justice Department is presumably trying to protect.
These government programs require photo IDs! Because the administrators of these programs want to eliminate fraud. Voter fraud is simple to imagine but very hard to prove. Our voting processes are antiquated. You do the math. We need new leadership and we need voter ID!
I was present at that meeting and there were no bids opened at that meeting. What was discussed near the end of the meeting was choosing a time the next morning at which the bids would be opened.
At the end of the meeting, as some of the members left, I stepped outside to the Town Public Notice Board and no such meeting was posted.
I went back in and asked the chairman if the group meeting tomorrow was a subcommittee of the commission and the reply was yes. I informed the chair that meeting was not posted properly and therefore would be illegal. Meetings must be noticed 24 hours in advance. As Tom Scribner, Board Chair noted: It may have been a wet, cold and windy day Saturday, June 2but spirits were high and the entertainment delightful.
Dave da Twista amazed everyone with his balloon creations as David Morrison entertained with his fiddle playing. The event was catered by Sarah BaldwinWelcome whose servers provided cake, ice cream and punch. Sincere, grateful kudos were extended to Linda Hudziec, Librarian, who has provided new energy, professionalism, enthusiasm, and an open and welcoming environment for patrons and volunteers alike. Event architect was Barbara Angevine supported by the current Trustees: Based on the conversation with the Commission member, the state agency sent a letter to the town in support of its decision concerning this particular easement.
The town notified the state agency that the issue was still being discussed and no vote was taken yet which prompted the agency to withdraw its letter. Both the Board of Selectmen and the Commission, at their respective meetings, by vote, concluded that there was no violation of the easement. A member of any town board or commission speaking on behalf of the town without proper approval is unacceptable.
This same member had issues with an item to be taken up at previous Commission meeting which the member was unable to attend, so the member sent e-mails informing the other commissioners of this members feelings on the issue, a clear violation of the law. The town can not afford to have town officials elected or appointed conduct themselves in a manner which can leave the town open to lawsuits, At the very least the selectmen should not reappoint repeat offenders to any town commission or board.
One other issue which I noticed was that a selectman was present and sitting with the Commission, participated in all discussions and voted on all issues before the Commission. Daigle Construction completed the excavation work preparatory to sidewalk construction, and Bill Hurst installed an excellent temporary paved walkway for use over the winter months.
Then, this spring Steve Chmielecki of All Stone Masonry donated his time and material to build a beautiful brick walkway for the Library. Of course, the entire sidewalk project would not have been feasible without the financial contributions of numerous donors. Justin Caldon of Four Corners Landscaping donated his time and material to finish the final grading and seeding, while Paula Gilman and Thomie Dombrowski donated and planted new shrubs recently supplemented by Scribner who donated his time and effort to install supplementary plants, fertilize, and mulch.
These meetings pertain to the previously defeated Warrant article from the March School District Meeting. On Wednesday July 18, the School Board will present to the Budget Committee the new contract negotiated with the teachers.
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The new amount being requested has not yet been dis- closed. On Friday July Both meetings are at the Academy Building. Following that, there will be a Deliberative Session on August 14,as required by the implementation of SB At that meeting the voters will debate and determine the actual wording and amount of the proposed increases in teachers salary that will appear on the ballot September 11, at the same time and place as the State Primary Election.
And to our community. Proper congratulations are in order! Tuesday, July 17th 5 -7 p. Best Homemade Angus Burgers in Town! Monday - Saturday, 11am - 7pm Tyler W. McLaughlin, who considered a run for the corner office earlier in the year, is practice law in Laconia. I am looking forward to his input into our campaign and policy development.
McLaughlin explaining his decision to support Cilley. A Berlin native, Sen. Stocks fell after the Commerce report was issued. The Dow Jones industrial average sank 74 points in early trading. Broader indexes also declined. Later in the day, stocks regained some of their losses. Weakening retail spending could make the Federal Reserve more likely to act further to try to encourage more borrowing and spending by lowering long-term interest rates.
Despite the lackluster spending in April through June, retail sales were still 4. But consumers have spent more on services each month this year. Still, Ashworth said economic growth likely slowed to an annual rate of just 1. And he lowered his forecast for the July-September quarter to a 1. These are just some of the stories that lie within the dangerous world of Here on the west coast, we enjoy seeing the… February 08, Civic and national freshwater advocates are reminding us not to take tap water for granted.
Instead, they say, we should take it as our drink of choice. Through chirps, warbles, trills and calls, they advertize for mates, warn of approaching predators and defend territories.
KRCB photo by Danielle VentonTracking, the ancient art of detecting subtle signals left by animals, is alive and well today -- especially in the North Bay. Through local tracking clubs, classes and the Point Reyes Tracking School,… February 06, Shaping Immigration Reform As the national debate over immigration reform moves from gridlock toward negotiation, members of the Dream Alliance in Sonoma County are both hopeful and concerned.
Hopeful that action will finally be forthcoming this year, but worried that the final result may be too restrictive or otherwise… February 04, Social Justice Posters A history of social activism in the bay area can be found in a Berkeley man's collection of thousands of political posters, newly documented in the book, All of Us or None by Oakland archivist Lionel Cushing.
Today's North Bay Report takes a peek inside. It's meant to expedite parts… Jan 31, A network of dikes and dams has kept seawater away from an old hay farm near the mouth of Napa River for nearly a century.
Now it's close to being… Jan 31, Predictably, a San Francisco video game developer opposes any moves to restrict violence in those games' content. But not for the reasons you might… Jan 30, While looking for short-term ways to cover the costs of operating its marinas at Bodega Bay, Sonoma County is also beginning to imagine a… Jan 30, On yesterday's North Bay Report we heard about some of the projects underway this year for the Russian River.
The watershed is home to many state and… Jan 29, Just a few decades ago, the Russian River hosted rich salmon runs. Tens of thousands of returning fish put the area on the map as a world class… Jan 25, A new documentary examines worker-owned cooperative businesses, from a huge complex in Spain to small start-ups here in the Bay Area. Filmmakers Mark… Jan 23, What does it take to start a cooperative, worker-owned business?
Answers will be offered at an all-day workshop in Santa Rosa on Saturday. Andrew… Jan 23, Sonoma County leads the state in job growth right now, but will need to make adjustments as much of the current labor force turns toward… Jan 22, Hunting season ends this weekend at the Tomales Bay Ecological Reserve.
Three miles north of Point Reyes Station, these wetlands are at the center of… Jan 21, The emerging movement to amend the US constitution to strike down legal protections for "corporate personhood" is addressing a serious issue. But the public policies that limit or discourage tobacco use in… Jan 17, A tsunami of objections washed up against a state parks plan to charge access fees at many popular Sonoma Coast beaches yesterday.