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Shirley B. Backus July 19, 2014 at 12:22 AM
Excellent advice! Cats and dogs should be indoors unless on harness and leash anyway. Large dogsRead Moresho uld be okay in a fenced-in yard. Coyotes are just one example of the many dangers faced by unattended cats and small dogs. Keep your pets from falling victim to predators, traffic, poisons, etc. Keep them indoors. Always.
Kendall Svengalis July 14, 2014 at 10:27 AM
Check out the new illustrated spy thriller "Conspiracy on the Housatonic," set in 1942Read MoreStr atford. It's also a vocabulary-building tool with 1,500 SAT words woven into the narrative--ideal for high school students preparing for the SATs, or persons of any age striving to grow their vocabulary. The novel is also illusrated with over 100 period illustrations, including postcards, photographs, maps, and original illustrations by Stratford native, Melissa Benson. It's available locally at Rotary Drug, the National Helicopter Museum, and the Connecticut Air and Space Museum.
Kendall Svengalis July 14, 2014 at 11:19 AM
Check out the new illustrated spy thriller "Conspiracy on the Housatonic," set in 1942Read MoreStr atford. It's also a vocabulary-building tool with 1,500 SAT words woven into the narrative--ideal for high school students preparing for the SATs, or persons of any age striving to grow their vocabulary. The novel is also illustrated with over 100 period images, including postcards, photographs, maps, and original illustrations by Stratford native, Melissa Benson. This book’s heroine, Ellen Anderson, is a Stratford High School student and resident of Paradise Green. It's available locally at Rotary Drug, the National Helicopter Museum, and the Connecticut Air and Space Center; and at www.dunelandpress.com.
Steven Stumbris July 12, 2014 at 03:35 PM
A crowdfunding site has been established where anyone can donate to help support Amy:Read Morehttp://www.gof undme.com/TeamTrumanBeatALS
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