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March 28, 2016


2:36 p.m. A lonely and dejected black lab tried to get into a new friend’s vehicle, but was told to get out.

(Thanks to Stan Ruth)


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I call police dispatch really fairly often to report a suspicious person. The first thing I am asked without fail is, "Is the person lonely and dejected?"

5:17 p.m. A runaway beagle and his pug accomplice were captured on Highway 40 West and transported to the local shelter

Whenever you find a wayward beagle....there's a no good pug involved.

It's apparently a dog's life in Flathead County.

12:43 p.m. Someone found a hound dog running along Highway 2 East in Kalispell.

Apparently, dogs cause as much trouble as people in

Okay, I'm gonna grab the Geezer Bus and head on over to Our Favorite County. Gonna rescue the "lonely and dejected black lab" and get to the bottom of the following:

"11:27 a.m. Something that may or may not have been a Jack Russell terrier was seen hustling down Poplar Drive. Apparently, this same dog broke into a resident’s garage during the early hours of the morning."

Q: How does a dog, even one as smart as a Jack Russell, break into a garage?

manual, the first thing that came to my mind was the well-worn malapropped response from Archie Bunker, "How da hell should I know? It's not as if I asked a perfect stranger if he's lonely and deprecated!"

klez, this way

Flathead County was seriously going to the dogs this Easter. With all that Doggone crime, I bet the Easter Bunny didn't even show his fluffy tail...

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