Dakota’s lucky time came in late 2015 when he was spotted by his new guardians. They gave us this update to let us know how he has settled in and what happened after they discovered poor little Dakota was struggling with some health issues:The famous humourist and lecturer, Josh Billings, once said, dog is the only thing on earth that loves you more than he loves himself.” About 2.5 years ago, I would have said he was crazy as I was a “crazy cat lady.” We had adopted two cats from the SPCA and they were my whole world. That changed one Friday afternoon when I went to my local BC SPCA in Fort St.
The lawsuit was against the State of Illinois, the Illinois Department of Veterans’ Affairs and the Illinois Veterans’ Home in Quincy.The documents state Karlichek was a Quincy vets’ home resident and died on Aug. 22, 2015.Court documents state Karlichek became “gravely ill” on Aug. 20 and was hospitalized with a diagnosis of pneumonia.
During the recent flooding caused by Tropical Typhoon Etau, 82 bags of what is believed to be contaminated waste were swept out to sea. RT reports on the statement issued by TEPCO: “On September 9th and 11th, due to typhoon no.18 (Etau), heavy rain caused Fukushima Daiichi K drainage rainwater to overflow to the sea,” TEPCO said in a statement, adding that the samples taken “show safe, low levels” of radiation. From the sampling result of the 9th, TEPCO concluded that slightly tainted rainwater had overflowed to the sea; however, the new sampling measurement results show no impact to the ocean.”.
I have an appreciation for what our leaders are working toward, making us a tourist destination. I see the value in this old building from an historical perspective. The value is in our people, both living and those who have left legacies for us to embrace and enjoy..
Eating large meals puts a great strain on the digestive tract. Choose smaller, more frequent meals, which help keep your fuel tank topped up throughout the day. And never forget that the more you eat, the more your body has to either burn off or store as fat.
RCMP say a slim, white, bearded man entered a bank in Dawson Creek on Wednesday, brandished a gun and demanded money. Nobody was harmed and the thief got away with an undisclosed amount of cash.The robber has been caught on surveillance video multiple times, usually sporting a reddish brown beard, a black hoodie, black shoes, black gloves and black sunglasses. Police estimate he’s between 25 and 35 years old.