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VIDEO: Pet of the Issue

Pet of the Issue

Video by Dan Pettee
Edited by Cody Kimball Webmaster

Pet of the Issue

Dove photo credit Dan Pette

Dove (cat) photo by Dan Pette

Dove is a one year old American Short Hair. Dove is named for her unusual purr, which sounds like cooing. Although Dove is kitten-sized she is full-grown. Dove has not been declawed and she been tested for FEV and FELV. Dove’s adoption fee is $75.

Kringle photo credit Liz Whittemore

Kringle (dog) photo by Liz Whittemore

Kringle is a male adult medium-sized Spaniel mix. Kringle is up to date with all his shots, neutered, and house trained. He is very friendly and best of all it only costs $175 to take him home with you.

For more information on adopting these pets, contact the Sanilac County Humane Society at (810)657-8962 or e-mail them at societypets@att.net. You can also visit their website and check out their other adorable adoptees at www.petfinder.com/shelters/MI278.html. To help cover adoption fees, an anonymous supporter has offered to help cover the cost of any pet featured in the Erie Square Gazette. For more information call 989-5584.

VIDEO : Fire at Fort Gratiot Chrysler Dealership


A fire, resulting from a downed power line according to witnesses, has consumed several vehicles at a local auto dealership. The fire was noticed by several, including SC4 student Tim Jobbitt, who was at work at the Fort Gratiot Little Caesars across the street at the time of the fire. According to Jobbiitt, the power went out at around 7:15pm on December 26, and returned, only to be lost again an hour later, which, according to witnesses, was the approximate start of the fire. Heather Margaret, 35, of Kimball was among the onlookers. Margaret, with her daughters Nia, 8 and Amiah, 10, noticed the fire and attempted to call 911 at 8:14. Authorities arrived on the seen shortly later. The fire was evidently caused by a downed power line which, according to Margaret, was resting on the first car which caught fire. Other cars caught fire later. The blaze and the electrical sparking and arcing attracted groups of onlookers. Vehicles traveling  past the scene were re-routed around the area. As of 9pm the fire was still in progress. Authorities were not available for comment at the time.
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