Published 5:31 am PDT, Saturday, November 3, 2018 This photo taken Sept. 8, 2018, shows Erik Wenum of Fish, Wildlife and Parks assessing a young black bear that had climbed a tree in a Kalispell neighborhood near Kalispell Middle School in Kalispell, Mont. The bear was safely rescued by Kalispell Police, Flahtead County Sheriff's Office Animal Control, Kalispell Fire, and Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks. At least seven calls came into the the 911 Call Center with reports of the bear in the Three Mile Drive area and in the community garden. (Brenda Ahearn/The Daily Inter Lake via AP) less This photo taken Sept. 8, 2018, shows Erik Wenum of Fish, Wildlife and Parks assessing a young black bear that had climbed a tree in a Kalispell neighborhood near Kalispell Middle School in Kalispell, Mont. The ... more Photo: Brenda Ahearn, AP This photo taken Sept. 8, 2018, shows a young black bear in a tree near the … [Read more...] about Bear specialist Erik Wenum has 30 years of wildlife work
The teddy bears that were removed from Charlie's stomach. Photo: Taverham Vets Archant A naughty dog was taken to the vet after his owners suspected he had eaten something he shouldn’t have. Charlie the Labrador at Taverham Vets. Photo: Taverham VetsCharlie, a Labrador retriever, and his worried owners made a visit to Taverham Vets recently.The dog was brought in as he kept vomiting and his owners suspected he had cheekily eaten something that was making him sick.Initial x-rays taken at the vet showed Charlie’s stomach was full of food and he was admitted for overnight care and given medication to help stop the vomiting.However, Charlie continued to vomit despite treatment and a repeat x-ray showed his stomach as still full despite the fact he hadn’t eaten for 36 hours.The decision was made to take Charlie into surgery and upon operating the vet discovered what was causing Charlie trouble.A spokesperson for Taverham Vets said: “Vet Alice performed the surgery … [Read more...] about Labrador eats two teddy bears whole
As Rudy’s Redeye Grill (4940 U.S. 61 N., White Bear Lake; 651-653-6718; rudysredeye.com) marks 15 years, we took time to chat with owner Bill Foussard. What’s your first food memory? My mom liked to cook all types of food. I love everything. When we were younger, we would go out to restaurants and always try something different. What did you want to be when you grew up? I always loved the idea of owning a business and started saving up for college. My senior year of high school I bought a self-service car wash in New Brighton. We had good times and challenging times. It just helped make me a better business person. What was your first job in food? Carbone’s Pizza on Randolph Avenue in St. Paul. I went on to work at several restaurants, resorts and hotels. I really enjoy working with people. It’s a lot of fun. How did you wind up in the business for good? It started with the hotels. I bought a Best Western Americana in St. Cloud in 1985, which I sold 10 years … [Read more...] about What’s next for Rudy’s Redeye Grill? How about a New Year’s Eve bear drop?
Seth Shostak, Senior astronomer, Institute fellow, SETI Institute Updated 2:12 pm PDT, Tuesday, October 30, 2018 FILE-- This image provided by NASA Tuesday Feb. 2, 2010 shows a mystery object that was discovered on Jan. 6, 2010, by the Lincoln Near-Earth Asteroid Research (LINEAR) sky survey. A new paper by a trio of Harvard University researchers argues that we all might be immigrants from deep space, brought to Earth via a mechanism called panspermia. less FILE-- This image provided by NASA Tuesday Feb. 2, 2010 shows a mystery object that was discovered on Jan. 6, 2010, by the Lincoln Near-Earth Asteroid Research (LINEAR) sky survey. A new paper by a trio of ... more Photo: AP FILE-- A Perseid meteor streaks across the sky above Inspiration Point early on August 12, 2016 in Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah. A new paper by a trio of Harvard University researchers argues that we all might be immigrants from … [Read more...] about Comets and Asteroids Bearing Life?
'My baby won't survive after birth but I can't bear to have abortion,' says distraught mum Erin BelfastTelegraph.co.uk A pregnant mother is carrying her seriously ill unborn baby to term - even though she knows the child will not survive outside the womb. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/my-baby-wont-survive-after-birth-but-i-cant-bear-to-have-abortion-says-distraught-mum-erin-37472466.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/article37472464.ece/0840d/AUTOCROP/h342/2018-10-30_new_45317278_I6.JPG Email A pregnant mother is carrying her seriously ill unborn baby to term - even though she knows the child will not survive outside the womb. Erin O'Hara (24) from Limavady said she was advised on two separate occasions to consider aborting the unborn girl, who has untreatable anencephaly, but she could not countenance the idea. Having reached 26 weeks of pregnancy yesterday, and after declining to travel to England for a termination, Erin … [Read more...] about ‘My baby won’t survive after birth but I can’t bear to have abortion,’ says distraught mum Erin