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        Warmer weather may still be months away, but Humane Ohio wants cat owners to “Beat the Heat” by spaying their female cats to prevent unwanted litters from being born this spring.

Animal shelters commonly refer to spring time as “kitten season” because that is when they receive the largest numbers of unwanted litters that are difficult to adopt.

        To help reduce the number of homeless cats born this spring, Humane Ohio is offering a special “Beat the Heat” promotion, funded by a grant from PetSmart Charities, the leading funder of animal welfare in North America. During February and March, the nonprofit organization will spay owned female cats for a special rate of only $20. Cat owners who wish to take advantage of this offer must mention the “Beat the Heat” promotion when they schedule their appointment and availability is limited.

        A party celebrating the release of a local history book written by Lou Hebert, of Genoa, is scheduled for Feb. 11 at 7 p.m. at the Gathering Volumes Bookstore, 196 E. South Boundary St., Perrysburg.

        Though titled, Hidden History of Toledo, Hebert’s book offers a look at events and people – and a horse and dogs – from Northwest Ohio who have largely faded from memory but in their time made headlines or entered into the folk lore of their communities.

        The conviction of a man for trafficking and possession of marijuana after being stopped by Walbridge police on I-280 has been upheld by the Ohio Sixth District Court of Appeals.

        Scott Donaldson, of Whitehouse, had appealed a decision by the Wood County Common Pleas Court to deny his motion to suppress evidence.

        Property tax collections that help fund the Benton-Carroll-Salem School District are down by about $2.13 million – or about 37 percent, according to B-C-S treasurer Cajon Keeton, who updated the school board on the district’s financial condition before a board vote to place two renewal levies and an earned income tax on the May ballot.

Jeremy Walston, M.D., a 1979 Eastwood High School graduate, is an internationally recognized Professor of Geriatric Medicine and Gerontology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland.

Dr. Walston plays a leading role in setting national and international research and patient care agendas for older adults through his Professorship at Johns Hopkins and through his many leadership roles in the Gerontological Society of America, the National Institutes on Aging, and international organizations such as the World Health Organization. 


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