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Loose Leaf Journal – February 2015

That Pesky English   There I was, turning onto my street after work, when the hair on the back of my grammarian neck stood up. Why? A radio news announcer said someone “had went” somewhere. It’s “had gone,” people.   “Go” is a pesky irregular verb that doesn’t seem to follow any rules when it… Keep Reading

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Public Viewpoints – February 2015

Dear Editor:     Friday evening (January 9) was a double opening night for Elkhart Civic Theatre at the Bristol Opera House.  Not only was it opening night for our production of Neil Simon’s “The Odd Couple,” it was also “opening night” for our expanded women’s restroom facilities.  While this may not seem like big news,… Keep Reading

Brenda Spence and “Daisy” and Harriet Edwards and “Skeeter”, both of Bristol are pictured above. Both have been long-time participants in the foster program and have successfully adopted several pets of their own including these pictured.  (Photo by BBN staff photographer Amber Raeder)
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Foster Dogs will Benefit from Fundraiser Dance

-By Bristol Bugle News correspondent Jim Nickel   On Saturday, February 21, from 7:00 p.m. to midnight, the Baby Boomers Bash Dance will be held at the Athenian Ballroom, 500 S. Main Street in Elkhart. Parking is available in the covered garage in the rear. The dance is sponsored by Second Chance Small Dog Rescue,… Keep Reading

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Bristol Town Marshal’s Report – February 2015

There have been residential burglaries throughout our and adjoining counties. Here are some crime prevention and safety tips: Always keep doors locked, even when you’re home and lock them behind you, even when going in and out. Always secure all windows, especially those on ground level. Equip doors with deadbolt locks. Always secure basement entry… Keep Reading

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