That feeling of being watched


Diane Bender, of Sidney, tills her flowerbed along Norwood Avenue while under the watchful eye of her two foster beagles Jed, left, and Rebel on Wednesday, June 10. Bender said Rebel goes into fits if she walks out of his sight. Bender is a member of the organization Midwest Beagle Relocation Education Welfare.

Diane Bender, of Sidney, tills her flowerbed along Norwood Avenue while under the watchful eye of her two foster beagles Jed, left, and Rebel on Wednesday, June 10. Bender said Rebel goes into fits if she walks out of his sight. Bender is a member of the organization Midwest Beagle Relocation Education Welfare.


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Diane Bender, of Sidney, tills her flowerbed along Norwood Avenue while under the watchful eye of her two foster beagles Jed, left, and Rebel on Wednesday, June 10. Bender said Rebel goes into fits if she walks out of his sight. Bender is a member of the organization Midwest Beagle Relocation Education Welfare.

Diane Bender, of Sidney, tills her flowerbed along Norwood Avenue while under the watchful eye of her two foster beagles Jed, left, and Rebel on Wednesday, June 10. Bender said Rebel goes into fits if she walks out of his sight. Bender is a member of the organization Midwest Beagle Relocation Education Welfare.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2020/06/web1_SDN061120Beagle.jpgDiane Bender, of Sidney, tills her flowerbed along Norwood Avenue while under the watchful eye of her two foster beagles Jed, left, and Rebel on Wednesday, June 10. Bender said Rebel goes into fits if she walks out of his sight. Bender is a member of the organization Midwest Beagle Relocation Education Welfare. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News