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Earlier this year, Landon’s Helping Paws was introduced to the community as a way to help special needs children receive service dogs. Leslie Lomax decided to take on the challenge of helping others in the area since there were no outlets for most special needs children. Since they started, Landon’s Helping Paws has placed Yugi (a Golden Doodle) with Rylan, a young boy from Pike County who suffers from Type
Hope…great name for a Puggle with little left in her. Abandoned in the country. A harness was the only thing left on her – but after months and months of wearing and growing in it – her skin had started absorbing the heavy harness. A distressed resident found her, and brought her to our shelter, where she was promptly transported to our veterinarian for immediate surgery. Her body will always
Air Force Airman 1st Class Chance A. Pepper graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness, and basic warfare principles and skills. Airmen who complete basic training earn four credits toward an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air
The Cappel family shows off their four generations. Jack Cappel is on his dad’s lap, Tim Cappel, who is sitting between his father, Terry Cappel, and grandfather, Billy Bob Cappel. Jack’s two uncles Kurtis and Keith Cappel are standing on either side.
The Cappel family recently celebrated their Ninth Family Reunion at Terry and Michelle Cappel’s house. This annual event is one the whole family looks forward to every year as the kids enjoy the pool and the grown-ups enjoy the conversations they share with each other.
Dan and Norma Roberts celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary on September 15, 2013 with an Open House and Luncheon. Members of their original wedding party in attendance were Ivo Roberts, Alta Roberts, Dorma Roberts and Tom Roberts. Many friends, neighbors and family members enjoyed the afternoon visiting and reminiscing. The couple have lived most of their married life and raised seven children in the Millwood area. They now have 16
Once again the students and staff involved in the choral department at Troy Buchanan High School have outdone themselves with their annual fall musical. This year’s musical took audience members on a journey into the African jungle with “Tarzan”, which emphasized the importance of family and delivered a positive message about finding one’s place in the world. The TBHS rendition of Tarzan began with images of a large ship being