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🌱 Omicron Update + Cute Pets Waiting To Be Adopted – Yahoo News

Happy Thursday, neighbors! You really are my neighbors. I live in Huntersville. If you read this, I need you to tell me what your favorite coffee shop is in town. [email protected], because I haven’t found my favorite yet! Here’s everything you need to know going on in Huntersville today.

First, today’s weather:

Patchy morning fog. High: 65 Low: 53.

Here are the top stories in Huntersville today:

  1. Omicron Makes Up Less Than 1 Percent Of COVID-19 Cases In NC (Huntersville Patch)

  2. Huntersville: Check Out The Latest 2 Open Houses In The Area (Huntersville Patch)

  3. Huntersville Area Pets Waiting To Be Adopted: Jethro, Ducky, Binx & More (Huntersville Patch)

  4. Highest-earning cities in North Carolina | | johnsoncitypress.com – Johnson City Press (subscription) (Johnson City Press (subscription))

  5. Coronavirus Cases Up 8 Percent Recently In Mecklenburg County: CDC (Huntersville Patch)

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Today in Huntersville:

  • Breast Ultrasound Screening Coming Direct to You! (9:00 AM)

  • MS Winter chorus concert – Lake Norman Charter (7:00 PM)

From my notebook:

  • Environmental Educator Mandy Smith-Thompson, City of Concord: “Q: – In order to rid the entire nation of litter, how many pieces of trash would each U.S. resident need to collect?🚮🚮🚮🚮🚮🚮A: 152 pieces of litter(Source: https://kab.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Litter-Study-Summar…” (Nextdoor)

  • Nextdoor Neighbor, Wynfield: “What do you think? – Does anyone think is a good idea? No arrest or criminal charges for violations of city ordinances. Decriminalize animal abuse? It’s ok to trespass, toss your litter onto city streets or your neighbors property? I…” (Nextdoor)

  • Nextdoor Neighbor, Centennial Huntersville: “Hello Neighbors – Buyer beware notice!Do NOT buy gift cards online from Cheesecake Factory, they have a deal buy $50 get another $15 for future use. Nice deal right?.Purchased 2 $50 e-cards on Thursday to use on Sunday. Was told th…” (Nextdoor)

  • Nextdoor Neighbor, Cambridge Grove: “Looking for an electrician to assist in adding several outlets and putting in a 20 or 30 amp breaker in garage. – The whole garage and sunroom apparently run off one circuit and it keeps tripping. Thanks in advance!” (Nextdoor)

  • Nextdoor Neighbor, Camden Sedgebrook: “Does anyone have any need for saw dust – I have a bag full Free to a good home” (Nextdoor)

  • Nextdoor Neighbor, Cabarrus Crossing: “To my cabarrus crossings neighborhood, the wind this past weekend blew …….

    Source: https://news.yahoo.com/omicron-cute-pets-waiting-adopted-050438191.html

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Pets for adoption – Arizona Daily Star

Story: Kris Kringle is a handsome, blue-eyed Seal Point Siamese male who needs a new home for Christmas. He is a healthy boy whose family hated to part with him, but he did not get along with other cats, so needs to be your only feline.

Fee: $45, includes neuter, shots, and microchip

Contact: The Animal League of Green Valley, 1600 W. Duval Mine Road, Green Valley, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. daily (not open Christmas day); 520-625-3170 or www.talgv.org

Story: Augustine’s foster mom calls him Augie. Augie and Kateri were born outside but have been getting love in Foster care. This litter of kittens are sweet and calm, are used to other cats, dogs, and a small child. Augie especiall…….

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Crews douse North Park fire, revive two pet cats – The San Diego Union-Tribune

NORTH PARK — 

Crews revived two pet cats and doused a kitchen fire in a North Park apartment building late Monday morning, San Diego Fire-Rescue officials said.

The fire was reported about 11:35 a.m. on Park Boulevard north of Cypress Avenue, near North Park’s western border with Hillcrest.

Firefighters searched the apartment for victims, and came across two cats they needed to revive, Battalion Chief Erik Windsor told OnScene TV.

“Fortunately San Diego fire units have veterinary style EMS (emergency medical service) equipment on our units and they were able to use that equipment to revive the cats,” Windsor said.

He said the owner was taking the pets to…….