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Horoscope, Thursday, May 28, 2015

Libra Moon Match The Libra moon is sponsoring a match: Happiness vs. Fun. Fun is in one corner, promising you easy laughs and immediate pleasure. Happiness rallies from the other side of the ring looking not nearly as flashy and offering little more than meaningful responsibilities to shoulder. Not so glamorous, perhaps, but something to […]

Horoscope, Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Mercury Aligns with Mars Do you ever get the feeling that you can look at someone and they can feel your thoughts? During the alignment of messenger-planet Mercury with intense Mars, dare to take this communication bond even further. The one you think about can feel the energy of you through the magic tapestry that […]

Paul E. Nesbitt

Dec. 25, 1943 — Feb. 21, 2015 Dr. Paul E. Nesbitt, Ph.D., passed in his sleep Feb. 21, 2015, at age 71. Born on Christmas day in Baltimore, Md., he also lived in Florida; Washington; Calgary, Canada; California; and Nevada. He is survived by his wife of 21 years, Paula; son, Erik-Paul (Kimra); daughter, Janelle Sawyer; […]

Cassandra Elizabeth Marks

March 2, 1996 — May 18, 2015 The most beautiful ray of light, Cassy, passed away May 18, 2015, on her way to work at 4:05 a.m. Cassy is survived by her fiancé, Dakota Neilsen; loving parents, Michelle Wilson, Terry Marks and step-dads, Jim Taylor and Bret Hopper; grandparents, Chet and Tina Wilson; uncles, Byron […]

Horoscope, Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Boundary Moon Contrary to what children believe, saying “no” isn’t unkind. We can’t all get what we want all the time, and if we could, the world would be a horrible place to live. Drawing boundaries isn’t about restricting or dominating others; it’s about honoring your own spirit. Such are the themes while the busy […]

Horoscope, Monday, May 25, 2015

What Are You Fighting For? Memorial Day is for honoring the fallen who fought for what they believed in. The current battle between Mars, the warrior planet, and Neptune, the king of dreams, will beg the question, “What are you fighting for?” Whatever it is, you may get the chance in some small way to […]

Challenges, solutions in care for feathered friends

By Jeanne Smith, DVM Birds get a bad rap for being fragile.  They are actually very resilient but they mask signs of illness until they cannot hide it anymore.  Unfortunately, this strategy doesn’t give you a lot of time to respond when they do act ill.  So preventing illness with good management becomes very important.  […]

Keeping aquarium fish is more than a hobby

By Rich Bireley Special to the Democrat Keeping fish in aquaria has been a part of my live for 50 years. You may be wondering to yourself how anybody could stick with one hobby so long. Or maybe a better question is why keep fish? The answer to those questions has changed for me over […]

Animal communication: Figuring out felines

By Sue Wickersham Special to the Democrat “Cats are mysterious kind of folk – there is more passing in their minds than we are aware of.” Sir Walter Scott Those of us who have had animals in our lives, know the special bonds we create with them. We know they are hungry by their mews, nudges […]

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