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Pet of the Week

Meet Binnie Taylor, the Haven of the Ozarks Pet of the Week. Binnie had a terrible start in life, but that just means he’ll appreciate it even more when he finds the perfect family to love him. He’s a bit timid and needs someone to help him build his confidence, but he’s doing better all the time. He never had any accidents while in his foster home. Binnie is good in a crate, loves toys and gets along with both cats and other dogs. He gets a daily supplement for hip dysplasia and would really benefit from an indoor home with a comfy bed. His estimated date of birth is June 12, 2021. For more information, call 417-835-3647 or meet him at the Haven, open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day of the week. Contributed photo
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Through the years

50 years ago June 28, 1972 After a wide search effort to locate Christine Seal, who went missing on June 19, has been unsuccessful, according to law enforcement, who say there is no hard evidence for them to work with. A reward has been started in an effort to assist in finding her.
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Pet of the Week

Meet Danery, the Haven of the Ozarks Pet of the Week. Danery is active, friendly, good with kids, walks on a leash, has done well in a crate at offsite events, and gets along well with other dogs. She has had a couple bad experiences with people, but she doesn’t hold that against anyone. Her estimated date of birth is Aug. 21, 2021, and she weighs 37lbs. For more information, call 417-835-3647 or meet him at the Haven, open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day of the week. Contributed photo
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Through the years

50 years ago June 21, 1972 A search for a missing housewife, Mrs. Christine Seal, 22 of Verona, formerly of Cassville, was called off Monday night, but would be resumed on Tuesday, according to Lawrence County officers.
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Pets of the Week

Meet Cove, the Haven of the Ozarks Pet of the Week. Cove is a friendly, adorable, and happy five month old puppy. Her mother was a Great Pyrenees. Dad is thought to be an Anatolian Shepherd cross. She is also thought to have some kind of a large terrier, like an Airedale, in her mix. Whatever the breed, she likes other pets and people of all ages. For more information, call 417-835-3647 or meet her at the Haven, open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day of the week. Contributed photo
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Dispensary makes donation to Haven of the Ozarks

Cassville Dispensary, a Missouri medical marijuana facility, recently donated over $500 of CBD pet treats to Haven of the Ozarks Animal Sanctuary, a local no-kill shelter. The dispensary partnered with the shelter to help aid aging and injured dogs in need of CBD by using all of the profits on pet products sold to purchase CBD to donate. From left: Brittany Pinnell, Cassville Dispensary patient care associate; Heidi Lowe, Haven of the Ozarks administrative director; Darin Creed, Cassville Dispensary lead supervisor; Charlea Estes-Jones, Cassville Dispensary general manager; Nick Sleeth, Cassville Dispensary security manager; and Monise Silvas, Cassville Dispensary administrative assistant. Contributed photo
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Through the years

50 years ago June 14, 1972 Able 2 Products will be in operation in Cassville within the next three to four weeks, according to Jerry Watley, of Cassville, formerly of Hastings, Neb. Cadet Greg Fogg, son of Mr.
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