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Jacksonville Daily News (Newspaper) - May 25, 2015, Jacksonville, North Carolina Holiday notice the daily news will be operating on a Holiday schedule today. The circulation department will be open from 7 to 10 . Members of the newsroom staff will come in by noon to work on tuesday s edition. Administrative offices will be closed. Normal operating hours resume on prepared for hurricanes . Hurricane preparedness week is a Good time to assemble a severe weather plan. A3 75f daily the do news monday May 25, 2015 a c v 0 a s i a l c a r 0 i i n in a Jacksonville . S.c011�zhorses provide therapy for veterans Equine therapy sessions help former military members overcome personal St Ruggles by Kim Grizzard the daily reflector of Greenville Greenville i Andre served four years in the marines but that did no to mean dutch was going to take any orders from him. Horses Arentt impressed by the number of stripes on a sleeve. To get dutch to follow his leadership would require something other than rank. It would take a relationship. During the last to weeks that is exactly what has developed through a new program at rocking horse ranch a partnership Between horses and heroes. Equine services for heroes incorporates horses into the Healing process for veterans and Active duty military and their families. The program from the professional association of therapeutic horsemanship International uses Equine therapy to help participants who May suffer from physical or mental issues such As traumatic brain injuries or Post traumatic stress disorder. A the idea of therapy or talking directly about pts for a lot of people Isnit what they re interested in a Rock ing horse ranch executive director Malaika Albrecht said. A what we find is in training horses there a a lot of self discovery that see horses a a4 a White am Alligator removed from . 17 by Maria Sestito authorities removed an Alligator with minor injuries from a local Highway. The Alligator about eight feet Long was found along . 17 and Deppe Road sunday morning across from White Oak Community Church. First sgt. David Oglesby with . Highway patrol said they received a Call at 7 35 . Officers from the . Wildlife resources commission and the Onslow county sheriffs office joined them at the location. Sgt. Charles Smith . Wildlife resources commission temporarily wrapped the alligators jaw and put it in his truck for relocation said Oglesby. The Alligator w As bleeding from its Mouth and May have been hit by a vehicle said Smith. The injury appeared minor so the Alligator was released into a new location he said. Alligators Are normally Only moved if they Are in danger or pose a threat. A alligators Are part of our natural Fauna a he said. Onslow county is a natural habitat for alligators. Of an Alligator is spotted it does no to mean there is a problem or cause for alarm. Alligators will not seek humans out. A they Are Only a threat if you mess with them a he said. Alligator growth is slow in North Carolina. Alligators do not reach sexual maturity until they Are about six feet Long which could take 20 years. A they Only have about two months of growth every year Here a he said. So if there is a Large Alligator in your area ifs unlikely it just showed up one Day he said. Eastern North Carolina is the a Northern extreme for alligators. Smith said alligators in Florida grow and reproduce More quickly since the season is longer. To report an Alligator problem wildlife harassment or other violation Call 1-800-662-7137. Marine corps a memorial Day remembering a hero staff sgt. John Lapinsky pro Sente the Flag to Dawn e. Seif during burial services of her husband staff sgt. Andrew c. Seif at Arlington National cemetery in Arlington Virginia in this april 2015 photo. Seif was one of three marines killed March to when the helicopter they were in crashed in dense fog during training off Florida. Photo by the associated press soon to be Mother mourns husbands death this Alligator about eight feet Long was found along . 17 and Deppe Road sunday morning across from White Oak Community Church. Authorities relocated the animal to a safer location. Submitted photo by Blanca m. Strzalkowski she is mourning a life lost while preparing for a life to be. Today will be Dawn self a first memorial Day after losing her husband in a helicopter crash two months ago. Marine staff sgt. Andrew Seif died in a Florida training Accident in March that claimed the lives of la service members. Seif was part of the elite Marine corps forces special operations command maroc based at Camp Lejeune. Days before his death he was awarded a Silver Star a the nations third highest award a for actions in Afghanistan. The couple met in 2005 while attending West Ottawa High school in Michigan. She was a Sophomore. He was a senior. When Andrew made the decision to enlist in the Marine corps in 2006, she says she had Little knowledge of what to expect from military life. A it was a learning curve for both of us a Seif said. They were married in september 2010 and one month later she relocated to the area for their new chapter of being together. Because of the High operational Tempo of his Job she said she had no reservations about him leaving for training. A it was business As usual a she said. A a they re always coming and but this time would be different. On March 13th, capt. Barry Morris Public affairs officer for maroc command announced that at approximately 8 30 . On March to seven marines from the unit died in the crash of a . Army Blackhawk helicopter off the coast of Eglin air Force base Florida. Seif 25, was gathered with the other wives when she was notified of her husbands death. A it was Shock. You done to expect it a she said. It was supposed to be one of the happiest times see memorial a a4 Andrew and Dawn Seif share a Happy moment at the 2013 Uso gala where Andrew was named Uso Marine of the submitted photo year. A a try sunny 823 it. A12 business. As classified is comics by entertainment b6 obits. Lottery a2 opinion National world a puzzles. A4 All is half cd. 53101 00007 vol. Xiii no. 145 l a la a mom. For ii other f i i Ai orgy. To amp of mtg 910.769.4511 34 office Park drive i Jacksonville no r i is / a Ufa Erie la. I i Juvy derm l. A a Omin

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