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Lost Dog In Dillsboro

August 19, 2014
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A small female dog described by her owner as looking like a small chiguagua, was last seen near the residence on U.S. 50 in Dillsboro near Lake Dilldear. The dog is all black, with a chest chest and white paws. No collar – and named Jenny. If you have any information please contact (812)...

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Lost Male Rat Terrier Dog

August 12, 2014
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Lost male dog/rat terrier. If found, please contact Ron Schweringh at (812) 591-2758.

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Found Gray Kitten

August 7, 2014
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Found a little gray female kitten by St. Louis School in Batesville, approximately 3 months old, very friendly. No collar or ID, but is house-broken. If this is your kitten or if you would like to adopt her, please contact Wade Ryle at 812-614-3966 or June Ryle at 812-663-3486.

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Found Small Female Dog

July 31, 2014
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Found small  female dog on Lovers Road. Sweet nature, gray and silver in color. Likes other animals. If this is your dog please contact Amy Bryan at (812) 363-4203.

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Lost Miniature Poodle

July 10, 2014
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Lost mini poodle. If found, please contact Gillian Martin at (812-) 623-2289.

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Found Kitten

July 9, 2014
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Found – Small, very friendly kitten near Delaware Road and 1400 N.  She is a mix of black, white, gray and orange. If this is your kitten, please contact Sandy Meyer at (812) 933-1350.

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2 Lost Chickens

July 1, 2014
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2 chickens were possibly stolen, last seen near Dunlap’s in Batesville on the night of June 30. Both are hens (1 golden Orpington and 1 golden Sebright). If found, please contact Phil at 812-209-8903.

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Found White Dog

June 30, 2014
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Found white dog (white as snow, but no markings), about size of a Cocker Spaniel. Found on Walnut Street (S.R. 229) on June 30, aged about 6 months old. No collar or ID. If this is your dog please contact Bob Keith at 812-717-1252.

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Lost German Shepherd Pup

June 26, 2014
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Our german shepard pup ran off this morning (June 25) on 1100 N in Sunman ( near St. Nicholas church). If anyone has any info please call our three kids miss her. She is tan and black classic look. If you find her, please contact Kim Plymale at 812-623-6847.

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Lost 2 Labradors

June 25, 2014
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Missing two Labradors one is black. She is short and stocky. Her name is Abby. The second is a yellow, she is not full lab. She has a pink nose and yellow/brown/orange eyes. Both have been missing since June 24 around noon. Last seen in Lake of the Woods. If you have seen or...

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