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The Great Bend Tribune could not be printed Tuesday night and therefore no papers were delivered Wednesday, Publisher Judy Duryee announced. Subscribers can access the full electronic version of Wednesday’s Tribune online at www.gbtribune.com and the printed version will be delivered along with the Friday paper.
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Pawnee Humane Societys pet calendars are available
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Courtesy photo Herbie is featured on the front cover of the Pawnee County Humane Society calendar, Other pets featured are Lady, Annie, Brick, Tommy Joe, Hooper, Luke, Callie, Hidalgo, Henry, Jordan, Brody, Harley, Zoe, Frankie, Bubba, Gus, Harry and Katie.

LARNED — The Pawnee County Humane Society’s 2014 calendars are on sale.
PCHS had a lot of fun with the calendar fundraiser this year with voters submitting over 12,000 votes. The contest demonstrates how much pet owners care about their pets and also the less fortunate animals in our shelter.  
“These calendars will make a great gift this holiday season,” said Donna Morgan, Pawnee County Humane Society volunteer. “The photos are sure to make people smile and sales contribute to a great cause, helping to fund the shelter and care for homeless animals.
Calendars cost $10.  They may be purchased at the Pawnee County Humane Society Shelter, 1406 M5 Road, Larned, and State Farm Insurance, 621 Broadway, Larned. Calendars may also be mailed for an additional charge.
In 2008, the group was incorporated in as a non-profit 501(c3) charity. In August of 2011, the Pawnee County Humane Society opened the shelter at of 8th Street and K-264.
“Our success is due to the countless hours put in by our many volunteers who truly want to make the life a little better for the homeless pets in Pawnee County,” said Chasitty Solko, PCHS president. “Thanks to the support of our local veterinary clinics the homeless pets are spayed, neutered, and living healthier lives. The homeless pets of Larned and Pawnee County thank you.”