Allan Anderson fears that if people keep speeding through the 60-zone by his house, another of his dogs - or friends - will be killed. Here, he holds two of his dogs, Whisker and Samson. - April Hudson/NNSL photo
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Sixty-zone extended, signs put up to warn speeders
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Every day, Allan Anderson puts the ashes of his beloved dog Baby Girls out on his driveway and sits in a chair facing the highway that runs past Wildrose Acres.
He takes off his hat and waves when vehicles pass him doing the speed limit. He gives the middle finger to speeders.
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