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1. A Dog's View of the World A Dog's View of the World October 17, 2007 Local cartoonist Charles Barsotti is scheduled to be part of the Johnson County Library Foundation fundraiser to be held October 20, 2007. Barsotti is a cartoonist for "The New Yorker" magazine. "With...

2. About Town About Town May/6/1932 Illustration and description of "a police dog," owned by Mr. and Mr. Dean Green, 1027 Romany road" in Kansas City, with traits similar to those of Jim the Wonder Dog such as understanding spellings of...

3. Dog Gone Dog Gone September/October/28-04/2000 Discusses a pack of wild dogs that resided on the vacant land that was cleared for the Glover Plan, and how those dogs have moved into surrounding neighborhoods as construction of the development progresses....

4. Homeward Bound: Once Deep in Debt, Wayside Waifs Now Thrives, Thanks to Harold Melcher Homeward Bound: Once Deep in Debt, Wayside Waifs Now Thrives, Thanks to Harold Melcher July 22, 2007 Feature story about Wayside Waifs, a private, nonprofit animal shelter located at 3901 Martha Truman Road in Kansas City, Missouri. Harold Melcher is chairman of the board and has helped to revive the...

5. It Says Here. .. It Says Here. .. December/29/1960 Description of Harry Sender, "a dealer in rare books" at his home at 712 East 47th Street, receiving no charge from veterinarian Dr. Walter Leonpacher at the Westport Dog and Cat Hospital (at 3632 Main...

6. Kennel Club Aids the Arm of the Law Kennel Club Aids the Arm of the Law June 17, 2009 Short article telling how Richard and Janet Rees, long-time members of the Heart of America Kennel Club, helped save the K-9 police unit. "The kennel club used funds raised by their annual dog shows to...

7. Parks and Recreation Department Statistics Parks and Recreation Department Statistics February 28, 2007 Kansas City Parks and Recreation Department has 212 parks, 130 ball diamonds, 116.5 surface acres of lake, 109 tennis courts, 55 shelters, 20 soccer fields, 19 miles of exercise trails, 18 football fields,...

8. Reknowned Hunting-Dog Trainer Buddy Baier Dies Reknowned Hunting-Dog Trainer Buddy Baier Dies September 24, 2005 Notice of the death of Buddy Baier, a nationally known hunting-dog trainer from Peculiar, Missouri. He died September 21, 2005 at the age of 79. He was a pioneer in the dog training and hunting field....

9. The Business, and Love, of Greyhounds The Business, and Love, of Greyhounds June/24-30/1999 Article discussing the treatment of retired racing greyhounds.

10. The Dream Ride The Dream Ride December 20, 2006 The "Castle's View" column features John Broski and his huge collection of fire department memorabilia. The collection includes a 300-pound fire hydrant sitting on his porch, fire trucks, hoses and nozzles,...

11. They Left Rat Race to Tell Underdog's Tale They Left Rat Race to Tell Underdog's Tale April 23, 2006 Article about Brandon and Jolie Boke who left careers as a physician and attorney, respectively, to make a movie about their aging dachshund, Pepper. The movie is "Pep Dog goes to Nationals".

12. Truman Road Corridor Association Honors Two Members of the Year Truman Road Corridor Association Honors Two Members of the Year March/28/2001 Photo and article about the presentation of the Truman Road Corridor Association's Member of the Year awards to "Principal Jo Nemeth, McCoy Elementary School, and Barrett Prelogar, WinnTech Digital Systems."...