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Lucas Herbert at the 2021 Bermuda Champi...

Through: André Tursky October 31, 2021 Getty Images Lucas Herbert, a 25-year-old Australian, claimed his first-ever PGA Tour victory at the 2021 Butterfield Bermuda Championship on Sunday. He held off second places Patrick Reed and Danny Lee to win by one stroke. Herbert is on staff at TaylorMade and he used a bag full of […]

Historic Homes You May Own in the Waco A...

Waco’s truly coveted historic homes are rare. Scattered across the city in emerging and established neighborhoods, homes with a real hiding place rarely come onto the market and instead exchange hands privately among friends and family. Even in such a low-key collection of homes, when discussions center on historical significance or intrigue, few or no […]

How the resident of a New York cemetery ...

Joe Charap works in a cemetery. While his job isn’t particularly scary, it has given him a healthy sense of mortality. “Just as trees grow and die, death is a part of life,” said Mr. Charap, director of horticulture at Brooklyn’s famed Green-Wood Cemetery, which cares for more than 478 acres and 8 000 trees […]

Brooks Estates Conducts An Evening With ...

An Evening with the Arts at Brooks Estates The Brooks Estates Residents Association, in cooperation with United Methodist Homes Brooks Estates Campus Life Coordinator, hosted a special event to showcase the artistic abilities and skills of Brooks Estates residents. “An Evening with the Arts at Brooks Estates” was the first social event of its kind […]

Agreement sets course for overhaul of pr...

An undated file photo shows a mosaic of second-growth clearcuts and lumber in Oregon. Todd Sonflieth / OPB Forestry and environmental groups have struck a deal that sets Oregon on a path to overhaul the management of 10 million acres of private forests in the state. The deal, announced by Gov. Kate Brown’s office on […]

Off-grid: disappointment and other paths...

Type A project managers like me prefer color-coded, planned and measured approaches to ensuring happiness in life. I know this is the way to do it because I see it on Instagram. This yoga pretzel headstand, this planner, this Zen meme about forgiving the people who bulldozed me, the trails I could-should-should run, and most […]

Bear Fire survivor rebuilding home in Or...

OROVILLE, Calif. – Wednesday morning, Dennis Berthiaume left his storage trailer at his new home. Then, 12 hours later, it was missing, stolen by thieves. “It frustrates me that as we start to turn the page, it has happened,” said Berthiaume. Berthiaume lost his Berry Creek home to the bear fire just over a year […]

How a Safecracker got into Prince’s lock

When Prince died in 2016, he left behind a treasure trove of never-before-seen material – thousands of songs of varying degrees of completion were hidden in a locked safe in his Paisley Park domain. There was only one problem: no one knew the safe combination, not even Prince when he was alive. He allegedly forgot […]

The spectacle of wood returns to Cooroy

As it has been doing for more than 30 years (except pandemics), the Cooroora Woodcraft Show will again this year present the work of the Cooroora Woodworkers Club, based in Cooroora. This year, as he has been doing for over a decade, Bob Chaplin will be there to demonstrate the use of basic woodworking hand […]

VSC wants to create the stories of start...

CSV, a public relations firm that has helped startups like ClearCo, Poshmark and Tile create their stories, has raised millions to invest in the companies they work with. While its largest fund is estimated at $ 20 million, VSC has confirmed that it has raised $ 7 million for startup climate tech startups. VSC Ventures […]

Camille Charrière’s marble dining table

Made to measure by Marble partners, a London design studio that uses only reclaimed marble, Camille’s inspiration for the design came from seeing the stone floor by British artist Martin Creed at the Museo Jumex in Mexico City. The contrasting colorful patchwork marble floors in Celine’s retail stores during Celine’s time under Phoebe Philo also […]

Yarmouth’s late goal sinks Freeport in f

YARMOUTH — After having to wait over two weeks to play a countable game, it was no big surprise to see the Yarmouth field hockey team start slowly in the Class B South quarterfinal on Wednesday against Freeport. And if you know the third-ranked Clippers, it wasn’t a big surprise that they finished strong, either. […]

Best restaurants in Allen, texas

The ninth most populous city in Texas sits nestled between prairies and rolling prairies and the burgeoning mega-city of Dallas, just on the northern outskirts of Lone Star State. Home to over 250,000 residents, the town is far from small and continues to attract settlers who prefer a slower pace of life than that offered […]

New Vinotemp high cabinet wood cladding ...

Wood casing for tall cabinet “No matter the size of your wine collection, our new cabinet is a wonderful addition to your Vinotemp wine cooler,” said India Hynes, CEO of Vinotemp. “The beautiful imperfections of reclaimed wood create a whole new look to house the sleek stainless steel and glass design of our coolers. “ […]

Sofa: Commissioners received complaints ...

PARKERSBURG – The Wood County Commission has received a number of complaints regarding Wood County Sheriff Steve Stephens, according to a press release on Tuesday. The commission’s press release, signed by Commission Chairman Blair Couch, says they have received a number of complaints from sheriff employees. “The Wood County Commission cannot detail these complaints or […]

Frank Thaler – Dominion Post

Frank Thaler, 91, of Bruceton Mills, entered eternal rest on Monday, October 25, 2021, surrounded by his family. Son of the late John and Anna Thaler, he was born on November 17, 1929 in Jere. At the age of 22, Frank enlisted in the military and served his country during the Korean War. He was […]

Worcester named RWJF Culture of Health a...

Equity-focused programs like Recreation Worcester and a Youth Violence Prevention Initiative have made New England’s second-largest city one of 10 recipients of the 2020-2021 Culture Award. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health Award from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Worcester is recognized nationally with the award for pursuing innovative ideas and bringing partners together around a […]

Peoria Laura Bradley Park’s New $ 1.3 Mi

Nearly 100-year-old wooden bridge replaced with a new $ 1.3 million concrete bridge spanning Dry Run Creek in Laura Bradley Park. The new bridge, which is paid for with local tax money, is expected to be completed by Dec. 1, said Mike Friberg, a planner with the planning, design and construction division of the Peoria […]

If at first …. Local Scout persists when

Boy Scout Ian Coward is the definitive proof that perseverance pays off and he has the Eagle Scout Project to prove it. This teenager and his family uprooted from California just over a year ago. Ian was already on his way with a project that would earn him the Eagle Award in his hometown of […]

Obituary by Robert Saylor (1934 – 2021)

Robert Leroy Saylor, 87, of Frederick, died on Friday, October 22, 2021 at Frederick Health Hospital. He is survived by his beloved wife of 64 years, Dorothy (Martz) Saylor. Born in Woodsboro, MD on October 21, 1934, he was the son of the late Russell and Nellie Saylor. Bob graduated from Walkersville High School and […]

Gerald L Boehm

October 25, 2021 11:08 AM Posted: October 25, 2021 11:08 AM Gerald Lloyd Boehm Born December 23, 1926 in Chicago, Illinois and died October 21, 2021 in Mauston, Wisconsin at the age of 94, two months before his 95th birthday. Jerry attended area schools and worked for Miller Brewing for 31 years. Survived by his […]

Check your onions again: FDA announces m...

through: Aaron Chatman, Nexstar News Wire Posted: October 25, 2021 / 6:37 AM EDT / Update: October 25, 2021 / 6:37 AM EDT (File: Getty) (WEIGHT) – Earlier this week, the CDC announced that whole fresh onions were causing a salmonella outbreak which dated back to 37 states in the United States and was distributed […]

Moundsville Events Draw People to Town |...

Photo provided – The beautiful fall weather served as the backdrop for the Pumpkin Paint event, hosted by the Moundsville Arts and Culture Commission. The Town of Moundsville Arts and Culture Commission holds several events each month, even during the COVID-19 pandemic, which residents say is making a big difference. At Tuesday’s city council meeting, […]

William Bardwell obituary (1939 – 2021)

William Gary Bardwell entered his heavenly home on October 21, 2021 surrounded by his family. He was born in Longview, Texas on November 28, 1939 to Bedford and Robbie Bardwell. He grew up in the community of Judson where he attended Judson’s elementary and secondary schools. He then graduated from Longview High School.After graduating, he […]

How an inclusive carpentry class makes c...

The hum of saws and the haze of sawdust fill the air at the Ville Cooperative community center in Fredericton as several students try their hand at carpentry. Clare Tahershamsi teaches the course which is a recreational learning program at the University of New Brunswick. It’s open to the public. The four-week course aims to […]

Garrettsville remains a picturesque exam...

Garrettsville was once a thriving 19th century center with various mills, foundries and factories. In 1899, it was considered the largest maple syrup center in the world. There are still many business and industrial interests in the region, although in 2014 the retail sector was stunned by a fire that burned down a downtown block, […]

Lee Cagey – Dominion Post

Lee Baker Cagey, 85 of Winchester, Virginia, formerly of Fairfax, Virginia, died on Tuesday, October 19, 2021, after a brief illness.Lee was born to Elmer Martin and Olive Ruth Cagey on August 3, 1936 in Morgantown. After graduating from Morgantown High School in 1954 and attending the University of West Virginia, he moved to the […]

Halloween craft projects abound for kids

The pumpkins are out, the webs carefully stretched, and the inflatable ghosts give a friendly scare. Halloween has burst into neighborhoods around the valley, inside and out. Halloween decorations are taking over yards and tables, and sooner than ever, according to the National Retail Federation. Sales of Halloween decorations have increased in recent years, and […]

Rockets confuse Thunder at home for firs...

The Rockets have started again. Wednesday never happened. Their home opening would be their overhaul. They did everything cold. They brought back Hakeem Olajuwon to take the first shot and present the match ball, with Championship teammates Mario Elie and Vernon Maxwell adding to the big names for the occasion. They had Paul Wall, BunB […]

Gau, Joseph D. – Waupaca County Post Off

Joseph D. Gau, 68, of Bear Creek, passed away suddenly Thursday afternoon, October 21, 2021 at his home. Joseph Donald Gau was born January 8, 1953 in Fond du Lac, WI, the son of the late Joseph E. and Helen M. (Winter) Gau. He attended LP Goodrich High School in Fond du Lac, where he […]

13 craft beer experts name the world’s b

While bourbon cask aged stouts seem to get all the press these days, almost every other style of beer gets the cask aged treatment as well. Wine, port, sherry and rye whiskey cask beers have all popped up on store shelves, with unique specialty casks in the mix as well. There is a barrel-aged moss […]

Philadelphia School District teacher let...

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The Philadelphia School District is investigating after a parent said a teacher let his child make a wooden gun. This store class project now has a teacher in the hot seat and a dad demanding both answers and responsibilities. “He colored it while preparing to put all the shapes in it. All […]

New generation wooden battery electrolyt...

Lithium batteries today typically use a liquid electrolyte to transport ions between the two electrodes, but scientists who are considering solid alternatives see exciting opportunities ahead. Among them are the authors of a new study who used wood-derived cellulose as the basis for one of these solid electrolytes, which is thin as paper and can […]

Best chainsaws 2021 | Best plunge saws

Staff, courtesy of Festool A chainsaw is a handy tool for carpenters or anyone who does a lot of woodworking projects. It combines the convenience and portability of a circular saw with some of the best popular features and capabilities of a table saw. Track saws, also sometimes called plunge saws, are often sold as […]

This Washington, DC home mixes both old ...

Photography Robert Radifera To design a home with classic bones and a modern influence, you need balance. So, Lori Anderson Wier of Anderson Wier Studio made sure that his clients’ home in Washington, DC’s Palisades neighborhood had the right mix of historic nods and new touches, with the potential to accommodate multigenerational living for years […]

Robert “Bob” Saam | News, Sports, Jobs

Robert “Bob” Saam, 76, died on Monday, October 18, 2021. Born July 8, 1945 in Williamsport, he was the son of the late Truman Saam Sr. and Lorraine (Scheid) Saam. Bob was a Williamsport Area High School graduate in 1964. He was an outstanding wrestler and football player, winning the Ernie Smith Memorial Award in […] Explains Why Epoxy ...

Epoxy resin is a distinctive chemical compound that is sought after due to its strong adhesive quality. The compound is also resistant to heat and a wide range of chemicals. Because epoxy resin bonds well to metals, wood and fabrics, it is used in various industries. Manufacturers in the aerospace, building carpentry and marine industries […]

Pop’s Sunset Grill, Nokomis; Siam Thai

It would seem impossible for a restaurant to retain its Old Florida charm after adding a three-tier tiki bar and store that offers everything from clothes racks to dog toy bins. But that’s what Pop’s Sunset Grill did. Now celebrating two decades of activity under its current ownership, Pop’s remains fun, funky, and, I recently […]

“The new houses destroy the countryside

Housing estates are destroying swathes of countryside around a village near Hinckley “at an alarming rate,” a resident warned. Geoff Coxon has lived in Higham on the Hill for over 60 years and fears his home may lose its rural setting as new homes are constantly added north of Hinckley and Nuneaton, and along the […]

Jeffersonville unveils ‘The Depot’ a $ 2

There is something new, big and eye-catching in Jeffersonville. It’s called The Depot, an outdoor entertainment venue in the heart of the city’s arts and culture district. The $ 2.5 million project between West 7th and Michigan Avenue is hard to miss. “Six or seven years ago it was just a dream,” Jeffersonville Mayor Mike […]

Book supply chain issues could hurt holi...

As MetroWest nears its second pandemic winter season, curling up with a good book could be a balm for many. But finding the perfect tome for a snowy evening can be trickier than before – and require more forethought. “Pre-order, pre-order, pre-order. If you know there’s a book on the horizon that you desperately know […]

Cathie Wood’s ARK Invest sells for 10/18

Invest October 18, 2021 11:48 PM Last update: October 18, 2021 11:52 PM Markets started the week on a negative note, but by midday the S&P 500 and Nasdaq had reversed it, each adding to their four-day winning streak. ARK Funds jumped up to start the week, but there was a big delay. ARKW did […]

Meet Eamon Lee: 7 Questions To Know Syra...

Eamon Lee Food Services has hired a new executive chef with deep roots in the central New York area. Chef Eamon Lee brings to the University over three decades of experience in the food service industry. In the short term, Eamon will look to create a culinary training program for the food service department. He […]

Mattapoisett’s boil order is lifted, Mar

Residents of Mattapoisett can stop boiling their tap water – but those who use the Fairhaven and Marion water systems, including some Rochester residents, will need to continue boiling water before use until tomorrow at most early. That’s according to an update released this weekend by officials who lifted the boil water order in Mattapoisett […]

DSL provides audiovisual services for la...

Having served the Tri-State area since 1979, DSL Sound is known for its excellent service and loyal customers. Based in Hagerstown, the audiovisual service provider offers rental systems and equipment installations for live events at businesses, places of worship, schools and more. But while DSL Sound has long offered virtual and streaming capabilities, they now […]

Air pollution in Timaru can cause seriou...

Timaru’s stubbornness in burning wood for home heating forces people to breathe in “pretty nasty stuff” that can endanger the health of the city’s young and old, a quality scientist says. air. Dr Ian Longley, senior air quality scientist for Niwa (National Institute for Water and Atmosphere Research) said the high levels of particles in […]

Quest for Airbnb “Superhost” Status Gets

What does it take to achieve the much-vaunted “Superhost” status on Airbnb? And what steps would someone take to get the highest possible rating from a guest in their home? It was the subject of a skit this week Saturday Night Live, who found Cecily Strong and Rami Malek playing a couple willing to do […]

Maker Faire inspires kids with science, ...

Jiang Xiaowei / SHINE A boy drives a craft vehicle at Maker Faire Shanghai 2021 on the Bund on Sunday. Riddhiman Gupta, a sixth-grader at Shanghai Community International School, invented a practical mask vending machine. Made from recycled paper boxes and fitted with easy fitting, the lightweight and inexpensive device can be installed in local […]

Glazed Edibles brings the art of chocola...

“One thing we want to point out,” Hutto said, “is that these are entirely separate businesses. Ice cream shop is its own thing – you won’t find frozen edibles in these stores.” Still, there is some cross-pollination. Bill Copeland, the world-class chocolatier who founded Glacier Confection, helped develop some of the recipes for chocolates sold […]

Police called after an altercation invol...

OTTAWA – Ottawa police were forced to respond to an incident on Bank Street Thursday night shortly after 7 p.m. when an altercation took place between a group of anti-masks and restaurant staff. The incident was filmed and broadcast live on social media, appearing to show a fight between an employee and a customer. In […]

Bees strike woodwork THREE TIMES as Tuch...

BEN CHILWELL and Edouard Mendy have shown the benefits of a good night’s sleep as Chelsea maintained their Premier League playmaking status at the start of the season. Showing the poise and precision of a top-flight striker, left winger Chilwell scored a brilliant first-half goal to sink West London neighbors Brentford. 9 Ben Chilwell hit […]

Inside LVMH’s new Parisian hotel designe

TO The Samaritan, you could always find everything. Thus insisted the famous slogan of the Parisian department store: You can find everything at La Samaritaine. And now one can even find the most elegant place in town to spend the night or the week, as discerning travelers will no doubt be tempted to do. Recently […]

Parkersburg Reduces Police Week Ceremony...

President of the Fraternal Order of Police and Parkersburg Sgt. Beniah Depue, left, and Vienna Police Department Officer Christian Ong laid a commemorative wreath at the Public Safety Monument in front of the Parkersburg municipal building on Friday. (Photo by James Dobbs) Parkersburg Lt. Matt Board, left, received the Charles L. Plum Memorial Award for […]

Door County Trick or Treat, Halloween Ev...

DOOR COUNTY – It’s almost Halloween, when kids and adults alike dress up as ghouls, elves, superheroes and pop culture characters to party and party in communities across the peninsula. To prepare for scares, candy, and pumpkin guts, here’s a guide to parties, candy hours, and other events. “Fresh and chills” Enjoy a Halloween day […]

Grand Parkersburg Convention and Visitor...

The Greater Parkersburg Convention and Visitors Bureau will make an offer to the City of Parkersburg to purchase the Point Park Marketplace building near the Blennerhassett Museum and the Flood Wall in Parkersburg. (Photo by Brett Dunlap) PARKERSBURG – The Greater Parkersburg Convention and Visitors Bureau will bid on the Point Park Marketplace building near […]

Carbonized Wood Market to Grow with Sust...

Global Carbonized Wood Market research report presents an overview and in-depth study of the global Carbonized Wood market to come to understanding and economic intelligence of the market with financial and industrial analysis of key players, companies , regions, types, applications and its future scope in industry till 2025. The Carbonized Wood Market research report […]

The RIDGID Mobile Miter Saw Stand comes ...

The Home Depot offers the RIDGID Universal Mobile Miter Saw Stand for $ 129.97 shipped. Down from its regular rate of $ 200, today’s offer is less than $ 1 from our last mention, marking one of the best prices we’ve tracked this year. If you have a miter saw that is constantly on the […]

Best Pizza in Nashville: Local Restauran...

There isn’t a bad pizza, but Nashville has so many options that it’s hard to know where to start. Fortunately, Music City has pies for all tastes, from make-your-own pizzas to deep Detroit and Chicago-style dishes. Here are a few of our favorite local pizzerias (along with some national chain stores that we felt needed […]

Duke Energy sells energy blocks for $ 3,...

Today’s bundle of burning questions, my smart answers, and the real deal: Question: I was shocked to recently receive an email from Duke Energy asking consumers to buy “blocks” in $ 3 increments to support “renewable energy production”. I’m all for reducing our carbon footprint, but a quick Google search of Duke Energy and executive […]

Roseburg purchases 30,000 acres of south...

SPRINGFIELD, Oregon – Roseburg announced today that it has completed the purchase of approximately 30,000 acres of woodland in the southern United States from Forest Investment Associates (FIA). The properties are located in the northeastern region of North Carolina and the southeastern region of Virginia and consist of well-managed loblolly pine plantations. Roseburg already owns […]

Five fall varieties for this year’s Crop

The indoor cannabis industry harvests more or less year round, but there’s something special about discovering a new strain as summer turns into fall. It is a Pacific Northwest tradition to collectively retreat into the evergreen mist covered, by hikes or by puffs. With the abundance of Croptober delicacies this season, there are plenty of […]

How Much A Prince Signed Tambourine Was ...

Warwick agreed that it would be best if the tambourine came with an original letter of provenance and had it come from someone closer to the Purple One than a random team member, but that was when. even pretty good. Better yet was the signing. It was signed “Love God”, that’s how Prince signed in […]

John Sporar obituary (1936 – 2021) – Hou

John Barlow Sporar1936-2021John Barlow Sporar died on October 10, 2021. He was born in Galveston, Texas on February 8, 1936. His father John Boniface Sporar was a railroad driver. His mother, Kathryn Rosa Barlow Sporar was a schoolteacher.John has always been proud to be “born on the island” and lived a childhood that included sports, […]

FHS innovates in a vocational training c...

Above: The grand opening of the new Fairmont High School professional building took place Monday morning. Left to Right: Jared Herman, Buildings and Grounds Staff, Dan Engeman, Scott Cole and Director Tyler Garrison; school board members Dan Brookens, Mike Edman and Mari Myren; Superintendent Andy Traetow; High school co-principals Chad Brusky and Alex Schmidt. FAIRMONT […]

A “corrective measure” taken after docto

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) – Spectrum Health said it has taken “corrective action” regarding doctors involved in posting an organ and tissue from operated patients on Instagram. “We have conducted a thorough and detailed investigation into the situation involving inappropriate posts on an Instagram account not officially connected to Spectrum Health,” the Grand Rapids-based health […]

Army veteran honors fallen service membe...

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KDVR) – There are an estimated 19 million veterans in the United States, and many of them are looking for a way to continue serving their country long after they’ve been in the military. A Colorado man found a way, with the help of spray paint and wood. “I was going to […]

Sportswrap: Duke football shot down by G...

Sportswrap is your one-stop-shop for everything related to Duke athletics, where we’ll recap how each of the Duke sports currently competing over the past week has performed and give a brief glimpse into the future. Here’s our recap for the week of October 4-10. Soccer The Blue Devils’ struggles continued for the second straight week […]

Bobby Gray Bailey – Davie County Busines

Bobby Gray Bailey, 90, died at his home on October 7, 2021. He was born on November 2, 1930 to Claude Odell “Ned” Bailey and Illa Aaron Bailey in Davie County. He was a graduate of Shady Grove High School. While in fifth grade, he met Maxine, who would eventually become his wife. After their […]

Interview with Queen Elizabeth’s Hatter

Max Mumby / IndigoGetty Images For over thirty years, Rachel Trevor-Morgan has reigned as one of the Britain’s best hat makers. His colorful and architecturally sublime designs have appeared on the kingdom’s most elegant heads (including, frequently, that of the Head of the Kingdom) at countless weddings, derbies, and other formal occasions. Like many business […]

Mississippi man uses his grandfather’s t

STARKVILLE, Miss. When Richard Sparks Sr., of Pearl, passed away in August 2020, his family had the difficult task of cleaning up his woodworking shop. The store, described by his only grandson Ryan Sparks of Starkville, was 30 feet by 30 feet, about two cars wide and a car and a half deep. It was […]

Group preserves historic structures on f...

SEDONA – The rain resisted, the fog was gone, and a few rays of early morning light pierced the cloud cover surrounding Cathedral Rock in the distance, giving the Crescent Moon Ranch near Red Rock Crossing in Sedona an even more inviting glow than normal. Good day to relax, bring a picnic, and let the […]

Minnesota man relaxes with intricate woo...

Caryl Closner found what he loves to do when he was 10, and he’s been doing it, on and off, ever since. He saws wood in intricate patterns and shapes, creating beautiful works of wood art, both functional and decorative. “My grandparents and my mom went to Bily Clocks,” Closner said, recalling a trip he […]

Odisha could earn Rs 400 crore from the ...

BHUBANEWAR: The Center relaxed export standards to allow Odisha to sell more than 810 metric tons of red sandwood, which trees fell during Cyclone Titli in 2018. It is likely to go looking for This will probably bring more than Rs 400 crore to the public treasury. Although the export of red sanders also known […]

Clinton-Hardy House will retain its orig...

“You look at the arched doors, the moldings around the ceiling, the hardwood floors, even the windows, which are all original,” she said. “You can see the slight ripples where the glass has sagged over time, which glass would do a hundred years ago. And it’s still there, which tells you something about the quality […]

WPE Lancaster opens Thursday; here is t...

MANHEIM, Lancaster County, Pa. – Wood Pro Expo Lancaster (WPE) begins its two-day run on Thursday, October 14, with a crowded showroom and a full range of educational opportunities. Each day of the event will begin with a free presentation at 8:00 am. Verlon Miller, Business Advisor, Gehman Accounting, will discuss how to make confident […]

Paradise City Arts Festival returns to N...

NORTHAMPTON – After a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Paradise City Arts Festival returns to the Three County Fairgrounds this weekend. The arts festival, which runs from Saturday October 9 to Monday October 11, will feature artists and craftspeople from a wide range, festival founder Linda Post said in a recent phone […]

Dyslexic teacher shows kids how to code

Lyndsey Balfe’s story is the inspiring journey of a teacher who hasn’t given up despite being diagnosed with dyslexia 10 years ago. Two of my children are dyslexic and I understand the difficulties this causes but also their unique way of solving problems. It’s inspiring to hear stories like Lyndsey’s. What is even more moving […]

Alexandrian man arrested in burglary inv...

The arrest of a man from Alexandria has solved at least 16 vehicle burglaries reported in mid-September in the parishes of Grant and Rapides, according to law enforcement. Rapides Parish Sheriff Mark Wood on Wednesday identified Daniel Dalton Chevalier, 30, of block 5100 Mallard Avenue, as the suspect at a press conference. “He’s going to […]

Matthew Rhys hits the seas

Matthew Rhys never planned to buy an old wooden boat that would take four years, tens of thousands of dollars, and a good deal of his own manual labor to restore it. But one night he was drinking whiskey and clicking eBay, and, well, one thing led to another. When asked if there had been […]

Judith E. Boyle 1943-2021 | News, Sport...

WARREN – Judith Elizabeth Vivoda Boyle, 77, passed away on Sunday October 3, 2021, surrounded by her loving family. Judy was born December 4, 1943 in Darby, Pennsylvania, to Mary T. Bombeck-Hardman and Robert J. Boyle. She graduated from Warren G. Harding High School and worked as one of the first molders at Packard Electric. […]

Let’s talk about SCHOP! Reality of Rale

You all ! I miss you. I send you lots of blessings, joy and of course good food vibes. It’s been a minute since I put my fingers on the keyboard to connect with you on this life in food. What I can tell you is … HE … HAS … BEEN … A LOT! […]

Wood flies through a woman’s windshield

WHITELAND, Ind. – A Johnson County driver was the victim of a close call on Tuesday when an unsecured piece of wood fell from a passing tractor-trailer and punctured its windshield, missing it by inches. “It’s like one of the ‘Final Destination’ type moments in the movies,” said Michael Pruitt, deputy chief of the Bargersville […]

Pandemic pivot: Calgary artist finds new...

Desiree Williams enjoyed taking a tour of her Calgary backyard on Wednesday, showing off a space heavily decorated for Halloween. Williams filled it with carved wooden figures painted to look like characters from the animated film The nightmare before Christmas. Read more: Coronavirus: Alberta Health issues guidelines for a safe and ‘scary Halloween for the […]

America’s Largest Closet Sold To New Own

HOUSTON – A world famous closet and one of the largest closets in the United States has a new owner. Nan and Company Properties CHRISTIE’S International Real Estate recently announced the sale of the infamous mansion in a Carlton Woods gated community in The Woodlands, Texas. The $ 6,495,000, 17,380 square foot mansion with its […]

Oooni Karu 16 pizza oven review

CNN – At the top of my list of things I’ve always wanted but never imagined, there has always been a pizza oven. Even though I didn’t know much about what it takes to own one, I felt like a lot was involved. I had seen videos of people building them from scratch in their […]

Store your floppy coasters in a wooden f...

Do you dream of the days when software came on a bunch of floppy disks? Yeah, me neither. But I have a soft spot in my heart for collecting retro technology and the art that celebrates it out of nostalgia. A while back I used my laser cutter to make some wooden coasters that look […]

ServiceNow announces partnership with Ge...

BERLIN (Reuters) – U.S. technology platform ServiceNow is entering a strategic partnership with German software company Celonis to help customers identify workflow processes that can be automated, the two companies said on Wednesday. The partnership includes ServiceNow making an unspecified investment in Celonis and will combine ServiceNow’s workflow platform with Celonis’ execution management system which […]

Obituary of Joe Snyder (1951 – 2021) – D

Joe E. “Loco Jo” Snyder April 20, 1951 – October 2, 2021 DECATUR – Joe E. “Loco Jo” Snyder left this world on October 2, 2021 at his home. Joe was born April 20, 1951 in Decatur, Illinois, to Harry and Edna Rose Snyder. He served two years in the Vietnam War Navy. Upon his […]

Global Wood Coatings Market 2021 with Pr...

Global Wood Siding Market Overview, Regional Analysis, Market Share and Competitive Analysis The study of the global Wood Siding market further enlightens the industry by revealing the relevant market drivers and restraints affecting the growth during the forecast period. In addition, the study encompasses various analytical discussions that our analyst will come up with after […]

EastEnders’ Jake Wood names’ Best Coffee

Jake Wood is known for playing the iconic EastEnders character, Max Branning, who entertained much of the UK audience with his explosive storylines. After starring in the soap opera for 15 years, it’s no surprise that Jake Wood has become an Albert Square legend alongside other longtime actors in the soap opera. Since leaving the […]

Chester P. Kaminski Jr. | zz-dnp

Chester P. Kaminski Jr. of White Haven died September 29 at Geisinger Wyoming Valley Medical Center. Born in Wilkes-Barre, he was the son of the late Chester P. Sr. and Frances Sliwinski Kaminski and proudly served his country in the US Air Force. He was recently employed by Citterio USA and previously worked for Wilmont […]

More women want stable relationships, no...

Meeting someone and dating during the pandemic. It hasn’t been easy for many, that’s for sure. Online Dating Platform, released data revealing how single women have changed their approach to dating since the start of the pandemic. After the pandemic, 85% are intentionally looking for a stable partner. 30% have changed their relationship goals […]

Harvey Smith | Aurora News-Subscribe

Harvey H. Smith of Henderson, died on October 2, 2021 at the age of 88 in Henderson. He was born to Henry H. and Margaret (Friesen) Smith on March 20, 1933 on his grandfather Friesen’s farm west of Henderson in Hamilton County.Harvey attended country school in District 11 west of Henderson and District 51 north […]

Five best homemade condiments in Spokane

Whether you’re the type of person who eats fries with a ranch or a ranch with fries – if you don’t like the ranch I don’t know what to tell you – the secret to a great menu item to share will be usually the sauce. Here are five great places to find homemade sauces […]

Calendar of events Around the neighborho...

THURSDAY Cowgirls & Cocktails – Benefiting Cowgirls Against Cancer, 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m., Norris-Penrose Event Center, 1045 Power Gold Camp Road, $ 70. Registration: Cooking class All about vegetarian burgers – 6-8 p.m., Gather Food Studio, 2011 W. Colorado Ave., $ 65. Registration required: FlashBlack – 7-10 p.m., Red Gravy, 23 S. […]

“New world” guide: how to improve camps

KEY POINTS Camps can be upgraded beyond level I later in the game Players must reach certain levels and complete specific side quests to improve camps Better camps allow players to craft higher level items on the field Camping is a cool feature of “New World” that allows players to set up a campfire almost […]

Power of the Press Fest, a celebration o...

The third time, it’s the charm, as they say. Twice hampered in their attempts to host the second Power of the Press Fest due to COVID-19, the Letterpress Workshop and the Signal-Return Arts Center eagerly awaits this Sunday, October 10, when their celebration of the traditional printing and printing techniques art returns to the eastern […]

Steven Meyen: Burning low-quality wood –

Jonathan and Betty Sykes estimate that last year alone they saved € 20,000 in heating oil by burning the byproducts of thinning their 20-hectare, 20-year-old hardwood forest. And that’s before counting the profits from the sale of large logs by truck to Liston Fuel Logs, a local firewood dealer; the smaller logs feed their own […]

Gerald Lynn Quinn –

Gerald Lynn Quinn, 73, of Chattanooga, passed away on Saturday, October 2, 2021. Born January 12, 1948 in Chattanooga, son of the late Clarence and Helen Quinn. He was a graduate of East Ridge High School. Mr. Quinn attended East Ridge Christian Church. He was a member of Elks Lodge and was a retired home […]

Standard Journal Area Calendar of events...

The Town of Cedartown invites civic clubs, community groups, churches and businesses to participate in BOO! Bash to Bert Wood. This free, family-friendly event is scheduled for October 16 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Bert Wood Park in Cedartown. For more information, contact Aimee Madden at [email protected] An exhibition is on display at […]

Why coffee could cost you more at the gr...

SILVER SPRING, Md. – As if a cup of coffee weren’t expensive enough, a confluence of factors is pushing up farmers’ costs to grow the beans, and it could start filtering through your local coffee shop before the year is out. After hovering for years around $ 1 a pound, coffee futures – the price […]

Brighton transfer rumors: Seagulls playe...

Cucurella was only making his fourth appearance for Brighton since arriving for £ 15.4million from Getafe Top-flight Brighton missed the opportunity to level the points with Premier League leaders Chelsea following an entertaining goalless draw that ended Arsenal’s winning run. Albion dominated a soggy encounter at Amex Stadium but only managed two attempts on target […]

Charter boat owners push back CARB regul...

SANTA CRUZ – The California Air Resource Board has released new regulations for boat engines that worry some sport fishing and whale watching charters about the impact on their operations. CARB is expected to adopt regulations that will require charter boat owners to register in certain engine classifications. The regulations are part of California’s efforts […]

Local sawmill owner says shortage of ide...

The owner of a sawmill in Whitehorse says he has been forced to let his customers know that there is not enough commercial lumber available in the Yukon to keep operating. Doug Kerley owns Creekside Wood Supply, a small local sawmill that uses selective harvesting to produce rough wood products made and used in the […]

Check off five Ohio travel sites that ha...

In 43 years of living in Ohio, I had kind of missed a few sites. So in mid-September my wife and I went to see them. We favored attractions that required – or at least encouraged – masks, given the pandemic. Here is my report on what I waited too long to see: United States […]

Catering business gives local artists th...

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) – Street Chef Shaw is a restaurant company that serves tacos and quesadillas with a unique twist. “Mexico and Swahili, so food from East Africa,” said Kirel Shaw, chef and co-owner of the company. “We spice up our meats with (spices) from East Africa, then it’s the traditional Latin American dishes. […]

500 poachers and loggers surrender their...

Guwahati, October 3 (IANS): In a very important development, up to 500 poachers and loggers surrendered their weapons on Saturday in Chirang in the Bodoland Territorial Region (BTR) in western Assam, officials said. Officials said in response to a call from the Assam government and the Bodoland Territorial Council (BTC) administration, more than 500 poachers […]

James Joseph Barbour | zz-dnp

James Joseph Barbour, 82, of Southington, Connecticut, died Wednesday, September 29, in a hospital in Central Connecticut, New Britain, Connecticut. 2, 2011. Born in Carbondale, son of the late Gerald and Margaret O’Donnell Barbour, he was a graduate of St. Rose High School, Carbondale. He was a veteran of the Army National Guard. Prior to […]

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Support local journalism Your membership makes our reporting possible. {{featured_button_text}} In addition to jewelry making, there has been another constant love in Morrison’s life from early childhood: the Williams Bay Sanctuary. Her parents bought a small house in the village when she was young. Morrison returned to the bay four years ago, still captivated by […]

Robert Bassett Obituary (2021) – Edgewoo

ROBERT HENRY BASSETT Edgewood Robert Henry Bassett passed away on September 28, 2021 at the Edgewood Nursing Home in Edgewood, Iowa. Iowa Cremation is in charge of the arrangements. Robert (Bob) was born at home on September 21, 1924 to George and Ruth (Burington) Bassett. Throughout his childhood, Bob worked with his father and brother, […]

Fall Craft Show October 9 at Council Blu...

The annual Fall Arts and Crafts Show takes place October 9-10 at the Mid-America Center in Council Bluffs. The show is billed as one of the largest shows in Iowa, with over 150 talented exhibitors showcasing and selling thousands of unique, handmade products. Among the various products sold at the show are leather goods, wine […]

Whale’s Tale, where everyone can tell th

Wendy Ranney, owner of Whale’s Tale. Photo by Erin Ranney Whale’s Tale at the Orca Adventure Lodge opened at the start of this year, two years after its grand opening as one of Cordoba’s two sit-down cafes, then closed early for the season in September, but they will be back on May 1, 2022. You […]

Community Feedback Solicited for Broadus...

Wood was born in 1864 and was a local farmer and businessman, according to the division. He served on the Albemarle County School Board for 36 years and died in 1932. “Broadus Wood was instrumental in organizing the construction of a school in Earlysville, served Albemarle County with distinction in several capacities, and was a […]

Clara Vasey, 83 – Austin Daily Herald

Clara Vasey, 83 Clara Vasey, 83, of Austin, Minnesota, died on Monday, September 27, 2021 at her home in Austin. Clara was born April 11, 1938 in Dexter, Minnesota, daughter of George and Reka (Hofdman) Vogelsang. She attended schools in the Dexter and Elkton area and, in 1986, obtained her GED. On July 26, 1955, […]

Rochester Folk Art Guild Open House and ...

MIDDLESEX – The artisans of the Folk Art Guild will be holding their Fall Open Houses and Apple Fest on October 9 and 10 from noon to 5 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. The Guild’s address is 1445 Upper Hill Road, 1.3 miles after the bend in Route 364 between the hamlets of Middlesex and […]

Isanti Plans Grand Opening Celebration f...

Isanti is preparing for the opening of his new municipal liquor store. At the Isanti City Council meeting on September 21, the council approved a special event permit to hold a grand opening celebration of the new liquor store from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. from Thursday, November 18 to Saturday. November 20. store is […]

Crude Oil Prices Will Follow ‘Whale Oil’

Much like the whale oil trade at its peak in the mid-1800s, crude oil prices have likely peaked. According to Cathie Wood, founder and CEO of Ark Investment Management, who spoke of an upcoming spike in crude oil prices due to the arrival of electric vehicles (EVs), in a series of tweets late Thursday. Citing […]

What to do in Lexington, Kentucky this w...

Here’s a Lexington list and guide to the best weekend events in central Kentucky on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays if you’re bored and in need of things to do, from live music concerts to the biggest trade show and exhibit. North American equestrian at Kentucky Horse Park, several fall festivals including a few Oktoberfests, plays, […]

Marion cannage Peter Borsari repairs old...

MARION – There aren’t many people who can do what Peter Borsari can do on the south coast. You might see Borsari helping Marion’s Harbor Master, a substitute teacher at Wareham High School, or frequenting the Huttleston Market in Fairhaven on Saturdays. But, when he’s not, he’s most likely in his workshop renovating vintage chairs. […]

Corderie Ujezd / JRA Jarousek.Rochova.Ar...

Corderie Ujezd / JRA Jarousek.Rochova.Architekti © Philippe Slapal + 16 To share To share Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Mail Or Zoned Area of ​​this architectural project Zoned: 90 m² Year Year of completion of this architecture project Year: 2020 Photographs Photographs: Philippe slapal Principal architects: Magdalena Rochova, Radek Jarousek © Philippe Slapal Text description […]