Week In Review: Training Good Dogs And Primary Tuesday

A round-up of the top stories on the Ledyard Patch.


Tuesday’s primary made for some exciting election coverage and guarantees to be heat up as we move toward November but first, Ledyard residents have expressed sadness that Reynolds won by a landslide in Ledyard and nearly five times as many voters picked him over Osten but that was not enough. Osten was endorsed by retiring State Sen. Edith Prague, D-Columbia, and is a favorite among unions.

However, Ledyard followed the rest of the state with their other picks: Linda McMahon, Chris Murphy and Paul Formica all captured a vast majority of Ledyard votes.

Mitt Romney picked his running mate last week and and asked what they thought of Romney’s pick. Here’s what some of your neighbors had to say about Paul Ryan.

. Young and old dogs alike learned new tricks and instructors say dogs gain confidence as they improve in agility courses. Of course, doggie treats are proven teaching methods for these skills and the article also includes a recipe for doggie popsicles.

And speaking of a good dog, Ledyard Police dog Ringo appeared on Fox CT Morning News with Officer Dan Gagnon to promote . The program was inspired by a Ringo was the main attraction at the TV station although he mostly sat on the couch and chewed his toy. Gagnon said that that very toy is what he uses to make Ringo a great police dog.

The Ledyard Farmers’ Market continued this week, bursting with fresh vegetables and . Allyson Angelini, of Full Heart Farm, offered this

The money goes toward muscular dystrophy research and volunteers from the two companies raised more than $3,000.


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