May 18, 2011
Mona Brandenburg Beagle, 69, of Winchester, passed away on Monday, May 16, 2011, at Richmond Health and Rehabilitation, Madison. She was the widow of Ralph Beagle. Mona was born on Dec. 28, 1941, in Estill County and was the daughter of Dorcie Leslie and Ida Lewis Tribble Brandenburg, both of whom preceded her in death. She retired from Square D as an administrative assistant after 39 years of service. Mona attended Christview Christian Church in Winchester. Survivors include one brother, David L. Brandenburg and his wife, Betty, of Richmond; one sister, Martha Baxter and her husband, George, of Richmond; four nephews, Jim D. Crutcher and his wife Stella, Dan C. Crutcher and his wife Daphne, Todd Brandenburg, Alan Brandenburg and his fiancee Kindra Hinz; two great-nephews, Caleb and Kyle Crutcher; and two great-nieces, Crissi and Calah Crutcher.
October 9, 2008
The Rev. Jacob Kurian of St. Joseph Catholic Church blesses Wade Taublee's beagle hound, Rosco, during St. Agatha Academy's annual Blessing of the Pets Wednesday morning. Watching is Taulbee's grandfather, Jimmy Taulbee, left. Students brought their pets, dogs, cats, turtles and even stuffed animals to receive the blessing. James Mann firstname.lastname@example.org
March 5, 2008
LuLu is a Beagle mix puppy, just 12 weeks old. She is sweet, friendly, and loves to "talk. " LuLu would love to find a playful, fun-loving family to entertain. For more information on how to adopt me or one of my friends, please call the Jessamine Humane Society at 887-1577 or visit www.jessaminehumanesociety.org.
September 8, 2010
Parcheesi is a Beagle/Pug mix who loves to play, play, play. Parcheesi’s previous owners kept him tied up a lot, so he has a lot of playing to catch up on. Alli is a female Domestic Short Hair Tabby mix. She gets along great with everyone but is ready for a home of her own. For more information on how to adopt Parcheesi, Alli or the many other homeless animals at the S.A.V.E. Center, call 859-881-0821.
March 18, 2011
Students in the Conkwright Middle School Student Y organized a fundraiser, “Show your Green for the Animal Shelter,” to raise money to help the Clark County Animal Shelter. Beth Bowman, left, director of the shelter, brought along a puppy for presentation. Laura Griffith, kneeling center, Y president, held a bucket with the $706.26 raised for the shelter, right photo. Julianna Clarke, right, top photo, petted the 4-month-old beagle/basset mix that is available at the shelter for adoption.
April 16, 2008
An affectionate medium-haired cat named Timmy and a cute beagle mix pup named Baxter are among the animals available for adoption from the Danville-Boyle County Humane Society this week. In addition to two 3-month-old kittens, several adults cats are available, including white, orange, black and calico. Other pups include black Lab mix and boxer-cattle dog mix. Adult dogs include beagle mix, American cattle dog (blue heeler), pointer, Pomeranian mix, and Great Pyrenees. The adoption fee of $75 includes spay-neuter surgery, first vaccinations (including rabies)
January 9, 2008
Tinkerbell, a rat terrier mix, and Kanga, a female kitten, are among the animals available for adoption from the Danville-Boyle County Humane Society this week. Other puppies include a black Lab, yellow Lab, beagle mix, collie mix, boxer mix and many others. Adults include a black Lab, beagle mix and yorkie mix. Cats include a tortoiseshell, black and white, orange tabby and several others. Kittens are available in black, tortoiseshell, orange and gray. The adoption fee of $75 includes spay-neuter surgery, first vaccinations (including rabies)