Police: 1 dead in Washington state grocery store shooting
Authorities are searching for a man who opened fire Monday at a grocery store in Washington state, killing one person and injuring another. The suspect in the shooting at a Fred Meyer store in Richland was a white man with a handgun, police said.news.yahoo.com
Salem puppy crowned MVP, ‘most pupular’ in online Puppy Bowl contest
Marshall, the 8-month-old Boston Terrier, won “Most Pupular” (Most Popular, obviously) and the MVP in the Puppy Bowl’s online contest that ended Sunday. Congrats Team Fluff! Posted by Puppy Bowl on Sunday, February 7, 202110 News has talked about this cute and energetic pup back in January, and his story of getting adopted by a Salem couple. The Boston Terrier even made it on the starting roster for Team Fluff at Puppy Bowl 17. AdThe Puppy Bowl kicked off on Sunday, Feb. 7, at 2 p.m. on Animal Planet and Discovery Channel.
Salem puppy on Team Fluffs starting roster in the Puppy Bowl
Hailing from Salem, 8-month-old Marshall, a Boston terrier, is on the starting roster for Team Fluff at Puppy Bowl 17. Marshall is on the starting roster for Team Fluff in the Puppy Bowl. “There’s no stereotypes that hold as far as deaf dogs are that, or deaf dogs are this. There is a competition where you can show your love by voting for your favorite Puppy Bowl pup. The Puppy Bowl kicks off February 7 at 2 p.m on Animal Planet and Discovery Channel.
Long wait for Hawaii vote spurs call for more voter centers
FILE - In this Nov. 3, 2020, file photo, a long line of people waiting to vote stretches around City Hall on Election Day, in Honolulu. Overall, the state’s vote-by-mail election appears to have been a big success, leading to record numbers of voters participating. The law also gives voters the option to vote in person at voter service centers, where people may also register to vote or get help with casting a ballot. Ma said people waited between two to four hours on Tuesday at the two voter centers on Oahu, an island with about 549,000 registered voters. Another factor was people who view voting in person on Election Day as sacrosanct and something they wanted to do.