Dog store owner renews lawsuit threat, as county passes puppy mill ban
Lafayette, West Lafayette expected to pass identical puppy mill restrictions. Plus, details on LUM’s Community Feast on Thanksgiving
Support for today’s edition comes from LaLa Gallery and the Indiana Makers Market. Join them for the 10th Annual Holiday Pop-Up Shop at Wea Creek Orchard, 5618 S. County Road 200 East, Lafayette. Angela Vinson, owner of LaLa Gallery & Studio, transforms the historic barn into a Holiday Shopping Boutique, filled with live trees, hand-poured candles, pottery, glass, jewelry, hand dyed yarn, leather, home decor, children’s toys and so much more. The shop opens on 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Small Business Saturday, Nov. 25, and 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 26. If family plans keep you away on opening weekend, no worries, there are two more weekends to shop local and handmade for the holidays in December. See the full schedule and all event details at: IndianaMakersMarket.com
Thanks, also, for ongoing sponsorship help from the Long Center for the Performing Arts, presenting Kenny G and the Miracles Holiday & Hits Tour 2023, Dec. 12. Get tickets here. For a preview, check this video:
DOG STORE OWNER RENEWS LAWSUIT THREAT, AS COUNTY PASSES PUPPY MILL BAN
The Ohio-based owner of Indiana Puppies Online, a shop in West Point, renewed threats that he planned to sue Tippecanoe County after commissioners gave final approval Monday on an ordinance that bans puppy mills in the county.