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Washington Examiner

Biden administration refuses to follow science on wolves

The gray wolf’s miraculous recovery is a true success story. Unfortunately, President Joe Biden has chosen to ignore this success for reasons of political expediency. Preventing the extinction of an iconic species should be followed by delisting the formerly endangered species. Management should then return to the states. That’s what the Trump administration ordered last year, in compliance with rules clearly laid out in the Endangered Species Act. But today, the Biden administration is ignoring those rules and the science in order to score points with special interests.
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Parkersburg News & Sentinel

Taking Paws: Credit unions join forces for pet adoption event in Parkersburg

PARKERSBURG — In celebration of National Credit Union Day, which is Oct. 21, three Credit Unions of the Mid-Ohio Valley teamed up to give back. “With credit unions, you are a member not a customer,” said Mike Tucker, CEO of the West Virginia Central Federal Credit Union. “So this past week, we have focused on giving back to our community.”
PARKERSBURG, WV
yournewsnet.com

What You Should Know About Bats and Rabies

October is Bat Month, and it's a good time to make sure they are not roosting in your house. The Humane Society has tips to evict them before winter hibernation. Bats are a major predator of night-flying insects, including pests that cost farmers billions of dollars annually. But according the the CDC they pose the biggest rabies threat in the U.S.
ANIMALS
The Suburban Times

Adopt a Shelter Dog Month Spotlight

Submitted by Humane Society for Tacoma & Pierce County. Looking for a furry best friend? October marks the official start of Adopt a Shelter Dog Month! The Humane Society for Tacoma & Pierce County has many adoptable dogs waiting for a loving home. Meet Frenzy, a 3-year-old Labrador retriever and...
PIERCE COUNTY, WA
Marietta Times

Adopt-a-thon

In celebration of National Credit Union Day, which is Oct. 21, three Credit Unions of the Mid-Ohio Valley teamed up to give back. “With Credit Unions, you are a member not a customer,” said Mike Tucker, CEO of the West Virginia Central Federal Credit Union. “So this past week, we have focused on giving back to our community.”
PARKERSBURG, WV
Imperial Valley Press Online

PAWS AND PAGES: Away for the Holidays

As the holidays quickly approach and 2021 comes to an end, many people have already begun to plan out of town trips to visit their loved ones for the holiday season. During weekends leading up to a holiday, or when there is a three-day weekend, there is a large number of pet owners calling in to the Humane Society of Imperial County wanting to surrender their pets. The reasoning behind this? During these specific times pet owners are going out of town and cannot take their pets with them, or they cannot find anyone to care for their pets while they are away.
IMPERIAL COUNTY, CA
KNOE TV8

Cat’s legs taped together, likely died slowly of dehydration

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UNION PARISH, LA
Mercury News

Investment lets Humane Society roll out Wellness Waggin’

Humane Society Silicon Valley has a new name for its Animal Community Center in Milpitas and funding for its new mobile veterinary clinic. The center was renamed in honor of Michelle Oates Detkin and Peter Detkin, whose $10 million multi-year investment will launch the Wellness Waggin’ to allow the Humane Society to provide low-cost and no-cost veterinary care to low-income residents. The mobile clinic is set to roll out in November, and the Humane Society plans to seek additional funding to keep the program on the road.
MILPITAS, CA

300 animals in cages, not many volunteers to help

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Hundreds of animals are in need, and so far only a handful of volunteers have shown up to help. Last night, officials in Helena-West shut down the Humane Society of the Delta because of the conditions inside the shelter. The facility’s director was charged with 285 counts...
MEMPHIS, TN
Daily Inter Lake

Helen Ann Noffsinger Green Clark

She moved back to Montana in 1981 and made Whitefish her home. She managed the Viking Lodge until it was sold and closed. She then moved on to managing the VFW where she definitely found a home. She managed the VFW on and off for 25 years until her retirement in 2015. During her time at the VFW she was very involved in the Women’s Auxiliary, holding office up to the State level. She was extremely proud of the VFW Junior Girls program that she started and loved all the girls who participated like they were her own. During her time with the VFW they increased membership and were able to afford many updates to the building. She received honors associated with the Women’s Auxiliary.
WHITEFISH, MT
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