Dandruff may be a cosmetic inconvenience that many people dread, but cats can suffer from this condition as well.
Over the past few weeks, a number of judges and mayors throughout the state have issued orders saying that businesses can be held responsible for customers who won’t wear masks during the pandemic.
The coronavirus pandemic has laid much of the American economy on its back—but a bright spot has made the disaster less crippling than it might have been.
“Imagine Your Story!” is the theme of our Summer Reading Program which will be held July 1-31, 2020, here at Rhoads Memorial Library. Designed for youngsters up to age 18, the event will feature game sheets encouraging reading for small prizes and a chance at winning a Grand Prize. Registration is underway now and needs to be completed by July 1st.
Since the first vaccine was invented in 1796, the practice of immunization has transformed how we view infectious diseases, taking many pathogenic invaders from being deadly threats to easily preventable maladies. For humans and animals alike, vaccines are important healthcare tools.