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The Winchester SunThe Right Rev. Chilton Knudsen, the interim assisting bishop of the Lexington Diocese of the Episcopal Church, spoke at the third installment of Emmanuel Episcopal Church’s Lenten lecture series on ethics. Knudsen emphasized the importance of...
Tags: Ethics, Lent, Assisted Suicide, Values, Suicide
South Dakota is one of a few states that has a conscience clause in its codified laws protecting pharmacists. See 36-11-70: “No pharmacist may be required to dispense medication if there is reason to believe that the medication would be used to: (1)...
The same Wythe County facility where four dogs were euthanized Tuesday morning has been cited for numerous violations as recent as October 2011, NEWS7 has learned. In inspection records from April 2011, the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer...
ReporterThe Regional Center for Animal Control and Protection in Roanoke is working to lower its euthanasia rate. Last year the euthanasia rate was 52% That's down from 2010 which had 66%. The Director of Shelter Operations Vicki Roller says putting down an...
ReporterDogs in Danville may not have to worry about euthanasia. The E. Stuart James Grant Adoption Center at the Danville Area Humane Society will double the current facility and will house 50 to 60 animals depending on their size. Cats and kittens will live in...
OCEANSIDE, Calif. -- An audio tape released Thursday provides evidence that the Oceanside Police Department engaged in a cover-up to protect an officer caught driving under the influence, according to the lawyer who released the recording. Former...
Tags: Lawyers, Laws, Crime, Law and Justice, Justice System, Trials
Los Angeles TimesSAN DIEGO -- A former schoolteacher who sold suicide kits that she once touted as leaving people "eternally sleepy" pleaded guilty Friday to a tax evasion charge and agreed to stop encouraging people to commit suicide. Sharlotte Hydorn mailed more than...
Tags: Prosecution, Colon Cancer, Lawyers, Los Angeles Times, Suicide
Recently, the ban blocking U.S. Department of Agriculture inspections of horses for human consumption was lifted. This is disconcerting to many animal lovers and horse enthusiasts and owners. Humans domesticated horses and used them for war, travel and...
This past weekend, I found a litter of stray kittens in my neighborhood. I attempted to capture them to send to a local shelter where they would have a chance at finding a permanent home. The kittens scattered when I approached, and I was only able to...
Tags: Pets, Social Issues, Dog (animal)
MARSHALL, Minn. - Nearly 300 college students from across the state were in attendance at the 2012 Minnesota Post-Secondary Agriculture Students (PAS) State Conference Wednesday at Southwest Minnesota State University. "It's kind of a cool organization,...
A series of heavy doors slid open, one by one, at the Pima County Jail. And finally I was sitting with 53-year-old Sanford "Sandy" Garfinkel, who had just been sentenced to 16 years in prison for killing his terminally ill wife by holding a pillow over...
Mar 15, 2012 |Story| Winchester Sun
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