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    The American Cancer Society Bark For Life is planned for Saturday at Johnson Lake in Fremont. The event is scheduled from 9-11 a.m.

      Ashley and Justin Johnstone of Fremont are the parents of a daughter, Piper Grace, born Nov. 19. She weighed 9 pounds, 6 ounces.

        The family of Eugenia Tank requests a card shower in honor of her 98th birthday on Jan. 19. Cards may be sent to 2700 N. Laverna St., Room 9, Fremont, NE 68025.

          Ashley and Justin Johnstone of Fremont are the parents of a daughter, Piper Grace, born Nov. 19. She weighed 9 pounds, 6 ounces.

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          Josh Green has been sworn in as Hawaii's new governor. He immediately vowed to address homelessness and housing, and ask the Legislature to help eliminate the state’s taxes on food and medication. Green said in his inaugural address Monday that he wants to get rid of regressive taxes. The Democratic governor said, “The poorest families are hit the worst.” He also vowed to encourage the construction of more housing for residents. He said he has “humbly suggested” to the mayors of each county that they all build “Kauhale Homes,” or small homes, for homeless individuals like those Green helped build on Oahu when he was lieutenant governor.

          Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear has filed for reelection next year. The Democratic governor is touting his work to increase jobs, expand health care and support teachers. He filed the paperwork Monday after attending an event trumpeting the state's largest-ever economic development project. Polling has consistently showed the governor receiving high job-performance ratings from Kentuckians. But Beshear faces a tough reelection fight in a state trending heavily in favor of Republicans. GOP candidates are lining up for the chance to challenge him next year. Beshear's term has been marred by the COVID-19 pandemic and horrific tornadoes and flooding.

          MONDAY, Dec. 5, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- The HIV prevention and care service was resilient during the COVID-19 pandemic, and services partially rebounded in quarter 3 (Q3) of 2020 following a decline in Q2, according to research published in the Dec. 2 issue of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report.

          With the holiday season in full swing, you may be planning to travel a long distance to spend the holidays with family and friends. When it comes to taking your pet along, you may wonder if flying is the best option.  Flying is definitely a quick and seemingly simple way to get you and your pet to where you’re going.  Instead of spending hours driving, you and your furry sidekick will spend a lot less actual travel time when you are on a plane.  However, like all travel methods, flying does pose some potential obstacles and risks to take into consideration.

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