Community briefs west county: Dispute settlement to be discussed

Community briefs west county: Dispute settlement to be discussed
Cheryl Alain-Mee of the Ventura Center for Dispute Settlement will discuss how to resolve legal, financial, health care, housing and family conflict on time and at less cost at an elder mediation workshop.
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St. Lucie County Community Calendar, Updated May 6
St. Lucie County Community Calendar
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NEWS BRIEFS

Rocket Dog Rescue

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Me and Banjo on Castro Street visiting rescued dogs (Michael is filming)

NEWS BRIEFS
01 Oct 2010 – The Intelligencer
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Entertainment calendar | Oct. 1
AMY’S CITY REVIEW: Catch this weekly show featuring downtown Bremerton projects, events, history and interviews every Sunday at 6:30 p.m. on BKAT channel 12 or WAVE channel 3.
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The dog rescuer: Author ruminates on the human habits of his furry friends
Every day, come rain or shine, along the piñyon-dotted trails on his New Mexico spread, Steven Kotler walks his dogs. All 31 of them.
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Facebook gets fired up over Jack, the dog left to die outside a rescue centre
ANIMAL lovers have expressed their disgust and anger after an emaciated and apparently dying dog was dumped outside the gates of a Yorkshire dog rescue centre.
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Briefs: The Talk of the Times

Briefs: The Talk of the Times
Armada Times Staff Concerts continue at Memorial Park
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Kenny seeks fifth council term
PORT COLBORNE — For Bea Kenny, there was never any question as to whether she’d seek re-election. “There wasn’t even hesitation,” said the Ward 3 Coun. about hoping to claim her fifth term on council.[…]
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Michigan news briefs: Murder suspect arraigned in 2 deaths

Michigan news briefs: Murder suspect arraigned in 2 deaths
Kalamazoo authorities said a man shot a man and woman to death last week because he was angry they wouldn’t move their cars from in front of his house. Fifty-six-year-old Tommy Emory was arraigned Tuesday on open murder charges in the deaths of 37-year-olds Sheron Wright of Kalamazoo and Lawanda Rogers of Toledo.
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David Nichtern: Becoming a ‘Poet of Uncertainty’
Life is marked by impermanence and change. When we become a poet of uncertainty we are developing the art of moving with the dance of life and learning how to be creative within that movement.
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