Portage woman charged with animal cruelty after DIY dog neutering

first_img Twitter Portage woman charged with animal cruelty after DIY dog neutering By Network Indiana – June 15, 2020 0 749 Facebook Pinterest Previous articleChurch Community Services kicks off annual Teen Growers InternshipNext articlePolice pursuit in Elkhart County ends with deadly crash Network Indiana Pinterest Twitter Google+ IndianaLocalNews Google+ WhatsApp (“Cuffs4” by banspy, Attribution 2.0 Generic) PORTAGE, Ind. — A Portage woman faces a felony count of animal cruelty after trying to neuter her dog by herself.Kimberly Oldham, 62, frequently got complaints that her dog was not neutered, but she could not afford to get the procedure done. Oldham turned to her neighbors for cheap neutering advice, and one of them told her an elastic band would make the dog’s testicles fall off painlessly.One night, Oldham took this advice, but when she woke up, she found that her dog was chewing the area, causing it to bleed. Oldham took her dog to the Hobart Animal Clinic, where the found the dog suffered severe trauma, and needed proper neutering to stay alive.Oldham was arrested Sunday evening. The dog remains at the Hobart Animal Clinic, and will be put up for adoption soon. WhatsApp Facebooklast_img read more

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In Transit Takes the Express Track to the Great White Way

first_img View Comments Related Shows In Transit Show Closed This production ended its run on April 16, 2017center_img The cast of ‘In Transit'(Photo: Emilio Madrid-Kuser) Next stop: Broadway! Performances for In Transit are set to begin on November 10 at the Circle in the Square Theatre. The tuner, which previously played at Primary Stages in 2010, follows a group of 11 New Yorkers as they navigate the streets (and tunnels) of the city. Members of the ensemble take on multiple roles, including an aspiring actress, a Wall Street honcho, a street performer, a cab driver and more. The aca-awesome cast includes Chesney Snow, Justin Guarini, Telly Leung, Steven ‘Heaven’ Cantor, Erin Mackey, Nicholas Ward, Margo Seibert, James Snyder, Mariand Torres, David Abeles, Moya Angela and Gerianne Pérez (see above); sensational stand-bys include Laurel Harris, Arbender Robinson, Aurelia Williams and Adam Bashian (see below). Frozen’s Oscar and Grammy-winning co-music writer Kristen Anderson-Lopez, vocal arranger Deke Sharon, Rick Hip-Flores, director Kathleen Marshall, Sara Wordsworth, James-Allen Ford, Russ Kaplan and David Eggers (see below) make up the creative dream team. Opening night is set for December 11, and we can’t wait to get on board!last_img read more

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Governor Wolf Statement on Death of Trooper Michael Stewart

first_img Statement Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf released the following statement on the tragic death of Pennsylvania State Trooper Michael P. Stewart, who died early this morning in a traffic accident while on duty in Westmoreland County:“Frances and I were deeply saddened to learn of the loss of Pennsylvania State Trooper Michael P. Stewart. This young trooper’s tragic death is a reminder of the selfless sacrifice made each day by every state trooper and their families.He served his fellow Pennsylvanians, his troop and our Commonwealth with honor and integrity. We join all Pennsylvanians in mourning his loss, and send our sincerest sympathies, thoughts and prayers to his family, friends and all the women and men of the Pennsylvania State Police.” July 14, 2017 SHARE Email Facebook Twittercenter_img Governor Wolf Statement on Death of Trooper Michael Stewartlast_img read more

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