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Pebbles and Jacques will be home for Christmas, even if home is the Gastineau Humane Society shelter.
The queen-sized tortoiseshell cat, Pebbles, has been in and out of the shelter for at least the past seven years. Jacques, a skittish retired sled dog, came to the shelter in September 2012 and — according to GHS Executive Director Chava Lee — has no intentions of ever leaving.
And that’s okay by the volunteers and veterinary technicians who take care of the animals — dogs, cats, ferrets, rabbits and chinchillas — every day.
Don’t start the New Year singing, “All I want for Christmas is my two front teeth.” Several local agencies have holiday safety tips to keep you, the little ones and your furry friends happy, healthy and all in one piece.
The Juneau Empire gathered all the following safety advice from the SouthEast Regional Health Consortium, the American Red Cross of Alaska and the Gastineau Humane Society so everyone can have a happy and safe holiday season.
As the city tries to emerge from bankruptcy, the artwork in the Detroit Institute of Arts — a collection appraised at more than $850 million — might wind up on the auction block. But a federal judge mediating Detroit's bankruptcy has a plan that just might keep the art in the city — and reduce cuts to retirees' pensions.
Speaker of the House John Boehner's year began with members of his own party trying to oust him from the speakership. Thus began a year of rocky relations with the Tea Party wing of the House Republican caucus. But by year's end, Boehner was firmly in control of his gavel.
Students thinking about the road ahead for transportation imagine everything from flying cars and hovercraft to crowdsourced car design and driverless vehicles. A key part of planning, says one expert, is that changes must not only make life better for commuters, they must also be done in a way "that this planet can support."