Roice-Hurst expansion may help control noise

Photo by William Woody—Denise Lashmett, director of the Roice Hurst Human Society located of D1/2 road, signals to a trio of dogs to be quiet after they were barking hysterically in their kennel at the facility Wednesday afternoon.



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Photo by William Woody—Denise Lashmett, director of the Roice Hurst Human Society located of D1/2 road, signals to a trio of dogs to be quiet after they were barking hysterically in their kennel at the facility Wednesday afternoon.

It’s no surprise dogs at the Roice-Hurst Humane Society in Clifton bark, yelp and make noise. But so do some of the hound’s neighbors. Neighbors of the four-decade-old pound, 3320…




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