Trudeau says Pope Francis should apologize on Canadian soil

Following this discovery of the remains of British Columbia, François expressed his pain and urged religious and political authorities to shed light on this sad affair. But he stopped before offering a formal apology. Don Bolen, Archbishop of Regina, Saskatchewan, posted a letter to the Cowessess First Nation on the …

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Winner’s Circle: A Long Goodbye

Clever Allemont spent much of his later years lying in the thick Kentucky bluegrass, basking in the sun. Horses spend most of their time standing, even sleeping, so passers-by would often stop at the office to warn Old Friends founder Michael Blowen: “You have a dead horse in this pasture. …

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BLM is looking for off-course pastures for wild horses

Back to news BLM is looking for off-course pastures for wild horses Photo credit: Shutterstock Discussions about wild and feral horses are still very controversial across the West. Through the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) adoption incentive program, BLM searches for off-range pastures for excess wild horses to live in …

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Philippe Spagnuolo Jr., 53 years old | Obituary

LACONIA – Philip “Phil” Spagnuolo, Jr., 53, of Winter Street, passed away suddenly on Tuesday, June 22, 2021. The eldest of three children, Phil was born in Wakefield, Massachusetts on August 30, 1967, and moved to the Lake District with his family in 1979. From an early age, Phil dreamed …

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Malcolm Turnbull calls for New South Wales parliamentary inquiry into ‘inadequate’ mine remediation obligations

Former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is calling for a New South Wales parliamentary inquiry into “inadequate” coal mine remediation obligations. Key points: Former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has raised concerns about remediation conditions and obligations for NSW coal mines. The state government says security obligations have increased by about $ …

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Forest Society’s Creek Farm Summer Series Program

PORTSMOUTH – The New Hampshire Forest Protection Society is pleased to announce the Creek Farm Summer Series at the newly renovated Forest Society Education Center at Creek Farm. The education center is located in the old shed, not the main Carey Cottage, at 400 Little Harbor Road. The center now …

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bicentennial day of the canton of Leroy brings together the inhabitants to celebrate the history of the city | Lake County

Lots of food, laughter and games were the hallmarks of the Leroy Township Bicentennial Festival, as current and former residents gathered to celebrate their town’s 201-year history on June 19. The day started with a parade featuring vintage cars, horse drawn carriages and performances by local twirling groups. The festival …

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Farmer drives Shire horses 650 miles in memory of brother

A Gloucestershire farmer raises money for police and firefighter charities by riding his pair of Shire horses 650 miles north of Scotland in memory of his late ex-policeman brother. Jamie Alcock owns the 50-acre Coldcroft Farm in Huntley, west of Gloucester, where he breeds Gloucestershire cattle, Gloucestershire Old Spot pigs …

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Shirley Ann Campbell Jackson | Obituary

Shirley Ann Campbell Jackson died on Friday, June 18, 2021 in Ponchatoula, Louisiana, at the age of 94. She was born on Saturday January 15, 1927 in Hammond, Louisiana to the late James H. and Edna Campbell. She resided in Ponchatoula, Louisiana. Shirley was a first grade teacher at Tucker …

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Colorado’s 3rd Million Dollar Draw Winner Announced

Governor Jared Polis will announce the third winner of the $ 1 million Colorado Comeback cash vaccine draw and the second round of scholarship winners. DENVER – Friday, Governor Jared Polis (D-Colorado) will announce the third million dollar winner of Colorado’s Comeback Cash Vaccine Drawing and the second round of …

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Area guide: The Harpenden area in Hertfordshire

The move from London to Harpenden in search of great schools and fast rail links has never been more popular than it is today. After a succession of closures, residents of the capital have never been more eager to seek out the additional space and surrounding countryside that a move …

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Shelter in Arizona

Returning from another trip to Arizona, I am still in shock at its majestic purple mountains. This time it was to celebrate our doctor daughter’s residency diploma. She never ceases to amaze because she chose to stay there one more year to be Chief Resident. I wrote about the field …

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Peaceful “pots” and roads

Shihab Sarkar | Posted: June 12, 2021, 8:45 p.m. The literal meaning of the Bangla word “poth” is a straight or serpentine gateway. The word is directly related to ‘pothik’, a passerby. The English “path” has almost a similar meaning. One person, normally a man, uses these gateways. Since ancient …

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Karen Budd-Falen weighs in on Meatpackers, 30×30

Karen Budd-Falen is one of the country’s most respected lawyers when it comes to defending Western interests, especially farmers and ranchers. This week, she is headlining the Montana Stockgrower’s Association biannual meeting in Lewistown. She recently returned to her law firms in Cheyenne, Wyoming. after a two-year stint as assistant …

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4 Hours in Williamsburg: USA Business Traveler

As road trips continue to gain popularity, Williamsburg, VA is a perfect mid-Atlantic summer getaway, especially with plenty of outdoor attractions. Historic Jamestown and Yorktown are also a short drive away, giving you easy access to many activities in what is known as the “Historic Triangle”. In fact, the region …

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Suns turned Game 2 of a playoff game into a house party

Phoenix Suns goalie Devin Booker (1) celebrates in the second half of Game 2 of an NBA basketball second-round playoff series against the Denver Nuggets on Wednesday, June 9, 2021, in Phoenix. (AP Photo / Matt York) The Suns are full of altruistic players. Wednesday, they became greedy. They turned …

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Worcester Police Officer Enmanuel ‘Manny’ Familia: fellow officers, relatives pay their respects during call hours on Wednesday

A line of black-clad mourners meandered along the steps of St. John’s Church in Worcester, across Temple Street and into an adjacent parking lot. Next to the church doors, a woman hugged a policeman in a tight embrace. Others wiped away tears. Worcester Police Officer Enmanuel “Manny” Familia’s calling hours …

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Austin’s shed dates back to the 1800s

Austin coach house on the West Side of Chicago dates back to the 1800s A Chicago homeowner is in a battle against time to save what historians believe is the oldest house in the Austin neighborhood from demolition by the city. CHICAGO – A Chicago homeowner is in a battle …

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Paper Mill reintroduces its outdoor cabaret series

Last year, out of necessity amid the coronavirus pandemic, Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn experimented with outdoor cabaret performances. Call the experience a success, so much so that she decided to do it again this year. A second “Brookside Cabaret” tour featuring live entertainment and alfresco dining at FM Kirby …

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Obituary: Frederick Wheldon Brown

Frederick Wheldon Brown died on June 1, 2021 in Bozeman, Montana. Born in Bridgeport, Connecticut in January 1928, he grew up in a historic home in Nichols, Connecticut. Her aunt lived at the end of the street in a salt house built in 1680. The Browns arrived in America between …

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Old Devon wheelwrights roll with the punches

What do a Rom, Queen and the production company behind Gladiator have in common? Each, at some point, enlisted the services of Mike Rowland and Son Wheelwrights: traditional father-son wheel makers based in historic Colyton. In the Rowland family, the making of wheels dates back almost 700 years to 1331. …

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Ask for their stories while you can …

“Paddy is a black sheepdog, but he’s not good for sheep. Dad says we spoiled him. We have a big bell near the kitchen; Paddy is going to jump on it and ring it with his nose. The cook gets angry with him because the men often come to have …

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