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DeWalt-McTaggart

[APRIL 24, 2004]  Cory Danielle DeWalt of Ottawa and Eric Michael McTaggart of Elkhart are engaged to be married.

Cory's parents are Daniel and Susan DeWalt of Ottawa, and Brian is the son of Lawrence and Mary McTaggart of Onarga.

Cory is a kindergarten teacher at Serena Community Grade School in Serena.

She graduated from Ottawa Township High School in 1999, received an associate of arts degree from Illinois Valley Community College in Oglesby in 2001 and received her bachelor's degree in elementary education from Illinois State University in 2003.

Eric is a soil conservationist with the Lincoln office of the Natural Resource Conservation Service of the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

He graduated from Iroquois West High School in Gilman in 1999 and received his bachelor's degree in agricultural business from Illinois State University in 2003.

The wedding is planned for 1:30 p.m. July 17 at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Naplate.

Life Sentence, No Parole

If we tried to invent the cruelest punishment for dogs, we probably couldn't come up with anything worse than "solitary confinement" on a chain or in a kennel.

Dogs are pack animals who crave the companionship of others.  Scratches behind the ears, games of fetch, or even just walks around the block mean the world to them.  Curling up at your feet while you watch TV is their idea of heaven.

Many dogs left to fend for themselves at the end of a chain fall prey to attacks by other animals or cruel people, and many others are injured or hanged or choke as a result of getting entangled or caught in their tether.

If you have a backyard dog, please, bring him or her inside.  They don't want much--just you.

A public service announcement from Lincoln Daily News and helpinganimals.com

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