Source: NBCNewYork.com The days of the horse-drawn carriage in New York City are galloping to a close. Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio said Monday that he would make good on a campaign promise to end the practice in Central Park. “We are going to get rid of the horse […]
We have just learned that New Mexico’s Attorney General, Gary King, has obtained a temporary restraining order against Valley Meats which will prevent the company from slaughtering horses until after a hearing on the AG’s lawsuit which is scheduled for this Friday. Owners of Valley Meats and their […]
By DAN TUOHY as published in the New Hampshire Union Leader “Gregg has mustered support among New Hampshire’s congressional delegation…” “Our own Declan Gregg in the news, again, fighting the good fight.” ~ R.T. A horse slaughter plant in New Mexico plans to open soon, which is mobilizing […]
“It’s ‘Feel Good Sunday’ and if this story does not warrant a TISSUE ALERT I don’t know what does. With all of the ugliness out there and the propensity for humans to be violent, obscene and twisted it is a VERY welcome breath of fresh air to see a community of people doing the right thing for one individual, a heartbroken little girl. My hat is off to these folks and we present this story to you, today, on bended knee. It will make your eyes leak. Keep the faith!” ~ R.T.
This mine is in the Pancake Herd Management Area in Nevada, a federally protected area designated PRIMARILY for wild horses. – Debbie Coffey SOURCE: Elko Daily Free Press The project is located in the Pancake Mountain Range in White Pine County, about 50 miles west of Ely and 22 […]
SOURCE: Grandforksherald.com WASHINGTON, D.C. — A bill that will streamline permitting for drilling on federal lands is headed for President Barack Obama’s desk, and congressional sponsors say the White House supports it. Rep. Kevin Cramer, R-N.D., introduced the bill in the House, and Sens. Heidi Heitkamp, D-N.D., and […]
Source: by Maria Scali of Fox 8 – Cleveland “People networked him all around…” HAMBDEN TOWNSHIP, Ohio– A Geauga County woman turned to Facebook hoping friends could help find her beloved horse and found the social networking site led her right to the missing companion. Jen Stevenson is […]