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Liberia celebrates being Ebola-free–A national ceremony is planned in Liberia for today after the World Health Organization declared over the weekend that the country’s devastating 14-month Ebola outbreak is over. The outbreak killed more than 4,700 people.
There are few pets that can answer back but that doesn’t stop children from talking to them. In fact, a study shows that youngsters are more likely to confide in animals, such as cats and dogs, than their own brothers and sisters.
Large sinkhole in Granbury parking lot–The dramatic scene unfolding in front of the Brookshire’s supermarket in Granbury on Sunday is evidence of the power of water. A large chunk of the parking lot along a street in Hood County was washed away by flooding, leaving a deep, gaping hole in the pavement estimated at 40 feet across.
No doubt we’re grateful for the rain. But one drawback they’re talking about is mosquitoes. All the rain has made a great breeding ground for them. If you have something that collects water, they say dump it out every couple of days.
Something to Lift Your SPIRIT:
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