Monthly Archives: November 2021

Athletic pleads for Vikings to adopt “Pass-First” model

Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer told media on Monday that Dalvin Cook’s status was “day by day“after injuring his shoulder in San Francisco. So while he seems optimistic the injury won’t end the season, the Vikings must also operate without knowing exactly when Cook will be back in the lineup. …

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Guilford animal rescuer sues PZC for license denial

Last November, a neighbor emailed the city’s zoning enforcement officer and health director alleging that Demond’s property had brought in flies, rats, odors and more. problems. These issues have been resolved, according to the city. In January, Demond received a cease and desist order from a city zoning enforcer, ordering …

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Animal Rescue Hosts Donation Campaign For Cincinnati Veterans This Holiday Season

CINCINNATI (WXIX) – In hopes of helping out this holiday season, a Cincinnati Animal Rescue is hosting a veteran fundraiser. HART Cincinnati volunteers are used to saving animals because they save thousands of cats and dogs every year, but this winter they launched a human-focused charity campaign called “HART Honoring …

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Free pet adoption at the Jacksonville Humane Society

More than 100 animals from the Jacksonville Humane Society have been adopted, helping the society to put animals into homes and bring others to the shelter. JACKSONVILLE, Fla .– During Black Friday weekend, the Humane Society waived adoption fees for pets at their shelters. “Actually there was a couple left …

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How Sacramento Business Owners Attract Customers for Small Business Saturday

Small Business Saturday is starting again this year, and many Sacramento stores have vacation deals to attract customers. According to the Small Business Administration, there are over 32 million small businesses in the United States. More than half of all working Americans own or are employed by a small business. …

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Revive Ojibwa spiritual traditions, one animal at a time

LAKE CASS, Minn. – Animal neglect was such a problem on the Leech Lake Reservation in northern Minnesota, with basic services like spaying out of reach for many due to poverty and remoteness, that packs of dogs stray sometimes stopped traffic on the main highway. Today, stray dogs are rare. …

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Our Views: A Cause of Thanksgiving in New Child Adoptions | Our opinions

On Thanksgiving, America’s first family day, the adoption gift for children is all about celebration. Thanks to the vital and sometimes very difficult work of the Ministry of Children and Family Services, children who need help can get it, thanks to a foster care system that the ministry is constantly …

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November 26 – SD Gunner Fund receives $ 2,500 grant from Petco Love | Non-profit associations

November 26, 2021 – SD Gunner Fund recently announced a $ 2,500 investment from newly appointed Petco Love to support their life-changing work with service animals in Southeast Georgia. Petco Love’s investment will change lives by funding the training and placement of much-needed service animals for veterans struggling with PTSD …

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Lil Baby reveals he’s single following rumor he’s dating Saweetie

Lil Baby denies the rumor he’s dating Saweetie. On Thursday afternoon (November 25), the Atlanta rapper released a mini-statement via Twitter. “Baby don’t date ANYBODY !! I’m single!” the My turn rapper posted. Baby’s reveal comes after news broke the internet claiming he and the “Tap In” rhymer are an …

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