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  • Guinea-Bissau: Cocaine's traffic hub

    Guinea-Bissau: Cocaine's traffic hub
    As a senior police official, Edmundo Mendes' job is to arrest the South American cocaine traffickers who use his troubled West African country, with its starry array of remote islands, as a transit point for drug shipments bound for Europe. It hasn't been...
  • First Ever Plane Built For Mission Work Flies in Lancaster County

    First Ever Plane Built For Mission Work Flies in Lancaster County
    A plane soon headed overseas for missionary work makes a stop in Lancaster County Wednesday. The JAARS Kodiak is the first ever plane built specifically for mission work. It will leave for Papua New Guinea this fall. The JAARS Kodiak is designed to...
  • Movie review: G-Force -- 2 out of 5 stars

    Movie review: G-Force -- 2 out of 5 stars
    For parents despairing of ever tearing Cats and Dogs and Beverly Hills Chihuahua out of the family DVD player, Disney gives us G-Force, a comedy about talking pet-shop dropouts trained as government agents. Thanks, Disney. And it's in 3D, too, with its...
  • Nano-morals

    Today, Salvi and Kimbrell ponder nanotechnology's broader implications for society. Previously, they defined the scope of nanotechnology, discussed its potential drawbacks, predicted its future and weighed government oversight of research and business....
  • Cold cash: Ex-congressman convicted

     
    by Richard Simon Former Rep. William J. Jefferson (D-La.), who gained national attention after federal agents found $90,000 in his freezer, was convicted Wednesday of political corruption. Jefferson, 62, was found guilty in federal court in Alexandria,...
  • Where did that come from?

     
    During a discussion at last night's Gloucester Public Utilities Advisory Committee special meeting, Vice-Chair David Cooper asked where the 'Guinea Circle' project came from. He had in his hand a list of 15 sewer projects proposed for neighborhoods in...
  • Flip flops

     
    The Gloucester Institute recently announced the receipt of a $100,000 grant from the Richard and Helen DeVos Foundation. The money will be used the further the efforts in Gloucester of the Alexandria, Va., based non-profit organization. Those efforts...
  • Great Dane fans fear popularity boost -- and abandoned pets -- as a result of new 'Marmaduke' film

     
    Fearing a "101 Dalmatians"-style upswing in Great Dane purchases in the wake of the upcoming release of the film "Marmaduke," the American Kennel Club and the Great Dane Club of America are urging potential pet owners to do their research......
  • San Francisco's proposed ban on sales of most pets creates a furor

     
    SAN FRANCISCO — As Philip Gerrie tells it, the idea of banning pet sales in San Francisco started simply enough, with a proposal to outlaw puppy and kitten mills. West Hollywood had done it, with little fanfare. Why not the......
  • Your morning adorable: Cat loves guinea pig

     
    We find it unbelievably charming when animals of different species look past their differences to become good friends. When a deer befriends a cat, say, or when a dog and a duckling share a squeaky toy, we will be there,......
  • Guinea Pigs

    The Texas Rescue Guinea Pig Rescue group was in charge of the event today. Right now they have about 150 pigs that are waiting to be adopted. If you think you could be a responsible owner you can contact them at www.theguineapigrescue.com