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Godmother of Southern Cider – richmondma

Diane Flynt has been growing apples in Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains since 1997. When Foggy Ridge Cider launched her first cider in 2004, she began growing something else – a reputation as one of the nation’s top cider makers and apple growers. , and his work has been repeatedly recognized by the James Beard Foundation, […]

Bill’s Blog: The Groundhog’s Dilemma

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — Groundhog Day arrives this Wednesday. Thousands of people will flock to Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania to hear the long-term predictions of Phil the groundhog. Punxsutawney has a population of around 5,770 and is about the size of Zeeland or Dowagiac. In 2020, crowd estimates hit 40,000 when Phil emerged from his burrow […]

Woodworking Machinery Market Growth Driv...

the woodworking machinery market The report is a perfect foundation for people looking for in-depth study and analysis of the Woodworking Machinery Market. This report contains various studies and information to help you understand your niche and focus on key marketing channels in the regional and global Woodworking Machinery Market. Understand the competition and take […]

Rootwood coins from a tree excavated as ...

And, as happens with most institutional efforts to break with custom or tradition and impose something radically different in thought and execution, the Central Vista project is not without its share of controversy. While elders lament that the charm of Sir Edwin Lutyens’ Delhi will be lost forever, those in the cause of environmental protection […]

The next wave of connected fitness

Say goodbye to bikes and treadmills. Hello… rowers? Over the past few weeks, there has been blood in the streets as the connected fitness hype wanes in the public markets. Peloton, the market leader, has seen its stock price drop 78% since July. Private markets, however, are still teeming with cash and connected fitness companies […]

The Wood Lake poet publishes a fifth boo...

Doug Bengtson says he was never good at English lessons in school, however, when he decided to take a writing course at SMSU Senior College, he realized that was very fond of writing poetry. “I discovered that I really liked to write. I had always played with poems, and once I learned poetry in part […]

Virgil Keith Foster, 67 | The Clermont ...

Virgil Keith Foster, 67, of New Richmond, Ohio, died Jan. 20, 2022, with his children by his side. Virgil was born on November 16, 1954 in Grayling, Michigan to Richard and Isabelle (Cowles) Foster. He was much loved by his family and all who knew him. To know him was to love him. He didn’t […]

Sadie Barnette in the kitchen and more

Photo: TBA21–Academy, José Alejandro Alvarez, Adam Reich, courtesy of Pentagram, courtesy of Raawi Every two weeks, I will collect and share the objects, the designers, the news and the events to know. Photo: Adam Reich Oakland-based artist Sadie Barnette finally brought the new Eagle Creek Lounge At New York. His installation reimagines the multiracial gay […]

Jim Cramer literally drowns Cathie Wood’

Jim Cramer never shied away from using buzzers and bells to make the sometimes esoteric world of finance more interesting. But the host of CNBC’s Mad Money even got Twitterverse to notice this latest stunt. The ARK Innovation ETF ARKK, -3.91% fell precipitously. Star stock picker Cathie Wood’s flagship fund has fallen 58% from its […]

Baxter’s Mercantile will offer double fi

Columbia customer Debbie Notley says she’s a regular at Baxter’s Mercantile in downtown Columbia, where she always finds a treasure. “I just have to come at least a few times a month,” Notley said. “There’s such a variety of items. One of my favorite things I’ve purchased is a unique pyramid-shaped shelf. I’ve never seen […]

Ark: Top 5 Evolved Survival Tips for Fig...

For decades bingo was the game our parents and grandparents played in smoky bingo halls on rainy nights. Over the past decade, however, bingo has undergone a makeover. The modern bingo player is younger, better off and infinitely cooler than his predecessors. Rather than being played in smoky halls or nursing homes, bingo is now […]

In pictures: Mexico’s indigenous town li

About 10,000 people live in Comachuen, an indigenous Purepecha community nestled in the pine-covered mountains of Michoacan state in western Mexico. The town was largely dependent on remittances sent by migrants working in the neighboring United States following a decline in local carpentry sales a decade ago when pine lumber began to become scarce. These […]

Global Pneumatic Start Unit (ASU) Market...

the Global Air Start Unit (ASU) Market study, produced by MarketsandResearch.biz, helps the company to better understand the market outlook and establish clear business policies for the forecast years 2021-2027. Air Start Unit (ASU) competitors are expanding their presence, making it difficult to compete with local suppliers, especially in terms of quality, technology and price. […]

Flexsteel to raise prices to offset supp...

DUBUQUE, Iowa– Flexsteel Industries reported sales growth of nearly 19% for the quarter, but said supply chain issues are hampering overall profits. To offset these costs, the company plans to raise the prices of its products. Flexsteel Industries reported a net loss of $7.5 million for the quarter that ended Dec. 31, compared to net […]

Opening of a new concept in Grand Rapids...

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — Although the doors aren’t yet open to the public, bowling is already flying inside Amway’s new Grand Plaza addition: Woodrows DuckPin. Restaurateur Johnny Brann Jr. has teamed up with Josh Canale and Jeff Royce to bring the new business to downtown Grand Rapids. Brunswick Bowling Products, based in Muskegon, helped […]

This Japanese “zero waste” building is m

Written by Rebecca Cairns, CNN Contributors Junko Ogura, CNNMayumi Maruyama, CNN Planks of Burgundy cedar wood frame 700 mismatched windows, forming a patchwork of panes against a backdrop of mountain peaks and groves of evergreens. The facade of the Kamikatsu Zero Waste Center is striking to say the least; almost as striking as the fact […]

Company says its $440 million Iron Range...

Huber Engineered Woods resubmitted an environmental analysis for its planned $440 million Iron Range plant following rejection from environmentalists, business groups and a rival plant that demanded further scrutiny. Last year, the state legislature approved an exclusion for the plant allowing it, for now, to avoid undergoing the longer environmental impact statement process typically required […]

Obituaries of Donald Kisor (1947 – 2022)

Donald Richard Kisor of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma went to meet his Savior on January 20, 2022, at the age of 74. Donald was born in Shawnee, Oklahoma to Ethridge Arthur Kisor and Birdie Ellen (Treat) Kisor on December 9, 1947.Don attended Dale High School in Dale, Oklahoma, graduating with the class of 1966. He attended […]

The Best Cozy Bars for Reading Books Whi...

Seattle is a city of books; it regularly tops the lists of most book buyers per capita, has a popular library system and is home to dozens of independent and original bookstores. In 2017, the city was even designated UNESCO City of Literature. Faced with long, rainy winters, Seattle residents are big fans of the […]

Students ACCELERATE on the road to succe...

A new eight-week summer bridge program prepares second-year Buckeye engineers with academic and professional experiences. Programming offered by ACCELERATE, or Academic Enrichment and Career Development for Undergraduates, enhances problem-solving skills, exposes students to key concepts necessary for enrollment in their engineering program, and provides hands-on experience through learning as a team based on projects. “After […]

The ASAP Foundation helps women in Burki...

LONG ISLAND, New York — Burkina Faso is a West African country with an annual population growth rate more than double the world average and a life expectancy of about 60 years. More than three quarters of the working population of the country live from agriculture. The villagers grow groundnuts, rice, millet and other subsistence […]

Lewis Clarence (LC) Carlton, Jr. — News

Lewis Clarence (LC) Carlton, Jr. August 16, 1934 – January 20, 2022 Raleigh – LC Carlton, Jr. passed away peacefully to his heavenly home on Thursday, January 20, 2022. LC was born in Lenoir County to the late Lewis Clarence Carlton, Sr. and Aurelia Kornegay Carlton on August 16, 1934. He was raised in Kinston […]

US Navy intercepts explosives smuggling ...

40 tons of urea-based fertilizer, which can be used to make explosives, were seized by the US Navy. By TZVI JOFFRE* U.S. service members conduct a boarding on a stateless fishing vessel transiting international waters in the Gulf of Oman as a rigid-hull inflatable boat and coastal patrol vessel USS Chinook (PC 9) sails nearby, […]

Saf Fakir one of Quest’s Kings of the Wo

A BRADFORD man says he enjoyed testing himself alongside like-minded woodworking experts on his new TV show. Saf Fakir, a bespoke furniture maker from Thornbury, is one of the experts on Kings of the Wood, a new eight-part series on Quest, which begins next week. The program follows Mr. Fakir and other members of a […]

Main file for January 23 | Where is

TO THE WEST Westerly Senior Center is located at 39 State St., Westerly. The opening hours of the center are Mondays. Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Staff will be available Monday through Friday at 401-596-2404. Alternatively, messages can be left on Lucy’s voicemail. The dining option for meal service is back. Take-out lunches are […]

Maritime Museum welcomes new board leade...

Allan Bowdery The Hudson River Maritime Museum (HRMM) in Kingston has elected new members to its Board of Trustees and will see new leaders in 2022. For over 40 years, the organization’s Board of Trustees has worked together to ensure fiscal oversight and ensuring that museum activities are consistent with the organization’s mission. , oversee […]

T?KA provides employment for young peopl...

January 22, 2022 • • The Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TİKA) has provided equipment to the Allalake International Association (AIFAC), which has 250 members and operates in the field of artisanal wood production in Conakry, the capital of Guinea. TİKA provided scissors; grinding, spinning, rasping, chipping and drilling tools; saws; a sharp twist; an […]

150-year-old Freestone Store will be lis...

Growing up in a western county home between Occidental and Sevastopol, Analise Lofaro made frequent stops in the small town of Freestone, which she calls “magical.” When Lofaro noticed a year and a half ago that the quaint old Freestone Store was for sale, “I jumped at the chance,” she recalls. “I did everything I […]

USW releases statement on 10th anniversa...

Ten years ago, on January 20, 2012, two workers went to work at the Babine Forest Products sawmill near Burns Lake, British Columbia, and did not return home to their families. Twenty other workers were seriously injured. “Ten years later, we continue to remember the tragic events of the Babine sawmill explosion which killed two […]

Steven Nienaber Obituary (1940 – 2021 )

Steven Russel Nienaber August 17, 1940 – December 31, 2021 Steven Russell Nienaber passed away quietly at his home in Cloverdale, Calif. on December 31, 2021. His wife of fifty-seven years, Mary, and their beloved dog, Daisy, were with him. Steven was born on August 17, 1940 in Chicago, Illinois to Henry Frank Nienaber and […]

How to Have the Perfect Weekend in Colum...

Come hungry and ready to have fun on the rivers. Share this article JThere was a time when Columbia’s greatest asset was apparently its proximity to the coast and the mountains. Today, however, a series of restaurant openings, public art installations and welcoming outdoor spaces have reinvigorated the downtown area. Add a thriving craft brewery […]

SFI offers greenwashing of unsustainable...

As the climate crisis intensifies, scientists point out that conserving primary forests Must be a global priority to protect carbon stocks. Yet a chance to protect these forests is undermined by the so-called Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI), a forest certification system established by the forest industry to give consumers the impression that certain operations were […]

3-point shot helps lift Rockets above Ja...

SALT LAKE CITY – Early on, when the Rockets needed 3, they had them. From the first quarter burst to midfield heave, Christian Wood sank to finish the third they were able to shoot deep. With the game on the line and the Rockets clinging to a two-point lead, they needed one more. That’s when […]

James A. Schuknecht, Gustavus, Ohio Obit...

GUSTAVUS, Ohio (MyValleyTributes) – James A. Schuknecht, 58, died Saturday, January 15, 2022. He was born on April 3, 1963 in Warsaw, New York, the son of Gordon K Schuknecht and Elizabeth Irene “Betty” (Bennett) Schuknecht-Gould. James was a 1981 graduate of Blairsville High School in Blairsville, Georgia. He was once from Epworth, Georgia, where […]

Manistee Catholic Central student accept...

“We’ve been pushed around again,” sighed Manistee Boxing Club trainer Richard Guillen this morning after a long drive home from the West Michigan Golden Gloves boxing tournament. Only two of Guillen’s fighters, George “Stone Hands” Stapleton and Randy Hansen, were matched in last night’s bouts for Novice Class fighters and both lost tough decisions. MCC […]

Walmart will offer cryptocurrencies, NFT...

through: Char’Nese Turner, Nexstar Multimedia Cable Job : January 18, 2022 / 9:24 PM EST / Update: January 18, 2022 / 9:24 PM EST (NewsNation now) — Walmart is heading to the metaverse. The retail giant has filed several trademarks in recent weeks that suggest it will soon start selling virtual goods, from toys to […]

Premier League table: updated EPL 2022 s...

The Premier League is considered by many to be the strongest and toughest league in the world and the 2021-22 season holds its own, with hotly contested places up and down the table. Although marred by COVID-19 disruptions, the races are compelling. Man City have taken the lead with a sizable lead, but Liverpool (and […]

Michael Kickery Obituary (1957 – 2022) –

Lifetime Pittsfield resident Michael Robert Kickery, 64, died at home on Friday, January 14, 2022 surrounded by his family following a courageous battle with cancer. Mike was born on February 18, 1957, the son of Kenneth E. Kickery, Sr. and the late Vivian Horton Kickery. He was educated in local schools and attended Taconic High […]

Community help needed for Roses for Resi...

Five dollars can buy a variety of things: a hamburger, a coffee or a specialty drink, or even a greeting card. There are also many other options. This $5 will also buy a special surprise for a resident of a nursing home. Park Hills company Copper Fox Contrived is hosting its Roses for Residents project […]

Now open: Woodland Mall welcomes Michiga...

KENTWOOD, Mich. (WOOD) — A new concept Aerie clothing store is now open at Woodland Mall. Offline by Aerie is located in a new 3,600 square foot storefront in the JCPenney Wing of the 28th Street Mall. Inside the store, visitors will find shelves of activewear, which has grown in popularity since the COVID-19 pandemic […]

Charles Forrest Obituary (1931 – 2022) –

Charles “Charlie” R. Forrest, 90 1931 – 2022 Lynn – Charles R. Forrest, 90, of Lynn, died peacefully Thursday at the Brudnick Center in Peabody after a brief illness. He was the husband of the late Rosaline “Lynne” H. (d’Entremont) Forrest with whom he shared 37 years of marriage and Sheila M. (Wiltshire) Palin Forrest […]

Murano glass is the pride of Venice

You could say that Murano glass is a bit like a cryptocurrency: everyone talks about it, but no one knows where it comes from. In fact, genuine Murano art glass is made in Italy and is likely to be around much longer than the digital dinero. Already at the mature age of more than 500 […]

Hiking in Maine: Enjoy a Ski and Stay Ad...

A group of skiers enjoy the slopes along the Androscoggin River at Carter’s XC Ski Center in Bethel. Photo by Carey Kish Just 10 minutes down the trail through the woods, shuffling on skis with an overloaded orange sled in tow, I come to a russet-colored frame cabin. With a big smile and a warm […]

To The Point: Governor Whitmer, State Re...

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — A new legislative year has begun, and Governor Whitmer and lawmakers are considering what they would like to accomplish in 2022. “We want to support our schools so they can keep our children safe and deal with the incredible disruptions our children have all been through due to COVID,” the […]

KOVELS: ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIONS | News...

Think how difficult it was before 1800, when you had to have light to work at night and there were only candles or several kinds of oil lamps. In the 1850s it was easier. There were kerosene lamps, gas lamps and finally electric lamps. Today we have an idea of ​​what it was like when […]

WMU students and faculty working to buil...

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — Federal infrastructure funding legislation will soon provide Michigan with $563 million for repairing and replacing bridges, Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced Friday. Western Michigan University’s Center for Structural Durability is already partnering with the Michigan Department of Transportation to build a bridge near Detroit that will be the largest of its […]

Making progress towards sobriety, recove...

Leslie Gold (far left), founder of Strides in Recovery, stands alongside runners, coaches and board members at a fundraising event last year that supported the organization’s sobriety efforts through fitness and exercise. A group of runners from the Los Angeles-based nonprofit are scheduled to run in the half-marathon portion of the Maui Oceanfront Marathon on […]

Top Benefits of Being a Great Closet and...

Last month, we shared “how” to grow your small business. In the next two issues, we’ll look at “why” you can or won’t grow your business. In my experience, anyone who has started a business, at some point dreams or envisions what it would be like to become a big business. You might think that […]

Videos paved the way for timber supplier...

For as far back as he can remember, Mark Stephens has worked around woodworking. His father, Keith, opened Woodworkers Source in 1978 and even as he tried to get away from the shop by earning a degree in English Literature from Arizona State University, Stephens couldn’t stay at the job long. away from the thrill […]

At Laboratorio Paravicini, vintage Itali...

Turning off the bustling shopping thoroughfare that is Milan’s Via Torino, where trams blare past chain stores such as like Zara and Sephora, and on Via Nerino, with its majestic gray stone buildings that keep the narrow alleyway in shadow, is akin to stepping into an alternate world. Yet First Street marks the southern border […]

A power tool for reclaimed wood

The popularity of sharp-edged, resin-filled table tops, along with the increasing use of reclaimed wood in all kinds of fashions, is creating a demand for tools for effectively working with not exactly virgin wood. A new portable power tool called The Restorer aims to be that tool. Marketed under the Porter-Cable brand as well as […]

Cayce cabinetmaker making new works of a...

Not at the park, but at home. He makes tall sculptures like a bucket pouring water or a horse. CAYCE, SC – If you’ve walked the Cayce Riverwalk, you may have seen wood carvings of animals, castles, and people. It’s because a local artist made them. While art is generally mobile and permanent, this genre […]

Obituary: Everett C. Smith | Obituary

Everett C. Smith, born December 20, 1954, passed away peacefully on December 31, 2021, at his home in Fryeburg, Maine, after a brief illness, surrounded by family and dog Autumn. Son of Dorothy (Farrington) Smith and the late Everett Smith of Fryeburg, he was predeceased by his brother Brian Smith and his in-laws: Paul and […]

Thompson Austin and tommie Austin open i...

Hyatt Hotels Corporation (NYSE: H) today announced the opening of the highly anticipated Thompson Austin and Tommie Austin Hotels in Austin. Located in an estimated mixed-use development of Magellan Development Group, Geolo Capital, BLG Capital Advisors, and Wanxiang America Real Estate Group, both properties open as Hyatt’s latest lifestyle hotels. Located at the intersection of […]

Cozoo Tourist Center / Continuum Design ...

Cozoo Tourist Center / Continuum Design and Architecture Courtesy of Continuum Design and Architecture + 18 To share To share Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp To post Or https://www.archdaily.com/955476/cozoo-tourist-centre-continuum-design-and-architecture Courtesy of Continuum Design and Architecture Text description provided by the architects. The project is located in the Huangshan (yellow) mountain area in southeast China, and includes […]

Charles Randall “Randy” Bohanan | Obitu

Hermiston Mortuary Burns Charles Randall “Randy” Bohanan, 71, of Irrigon, Oregon, passed away peacefully at his home on January 4, 2022, after a long battle with cancer. Randy was born on June 18, 1950 in Salinas, California, to Charles and Margrett (Dunson) Bohanan. He grew up in the Central Coast region of California, where he […]

VIDEO: sculpture is his passion, his wor...

Two years ago, Steve Thomson fell in love with artistic creation, with wood as a medium. The graphic designer turned marketing director decided to direct his artistic passion towards the studio. Starting off simply as a hobbyist, he created gift items like cutting boards and jewelry boxes, gradually learning enough to move on to quality […]

WSU art showcased at new sports venue in...

A cluster of large wooden structures suspended above the lobby of the new Spokane Sports Complex is the work of Washington State University professor Taiji Miyasaka and Seattle artist and engineer Clayton Binkley. The art installation named Chromasphere is featured in the Podium, a 135,000 square foot installation located on a bluff overlooking the Spokane […]

Wooden boat production slows in Walworth...

By BARRY ADAMS, Wisconsin State Journal GENOA CITY, Wisconsin (AP) – Patrick Gallagher was looking for a change, perhaps as a widget maker. For most of his professional career he worked in the family asphalt business. So, after selling his shares in the suburban Chicago company, Gallagher began looking for a business he could grow […]

Ernest “Ernie” Gough | Obituaries

Ernest “Ernie” Q. Gough September 17, 1939 – January 7, 2022 Ernest “Ernie” Q. Gough, 82, of Short Gap, W.Va., died on Friday January 7, 2022 at UMPC Western Maryland. Born September 17, 1939 in Grafton, W.Va., he was the son of the late Claude and Cordie (Weaver) Gough. He was also predeceased by two […]

Inside Boreham Wood’s dressing room wild

BOREHAM WOOD secured their place in the FA Cup fourth round with a 2-0 victory over AFC Wimbledon, AFC League One. Tyrone Marsh and substitute Adrian Clifton scored the non-league team’s goals to secure the victory. 3 The players doused themselves with water and what looks like champagneCredit: TWITTER: BOREHAM WOOD 3 Boreham Wood to […]

SPEED OF FIRE IN DENVER: Workers at a re...

LAKEWOOD, Colo. (KDVR) – A gunman killed five people between Denver and Lakewood on December 27, and much of the community is still healing. Just over a week after the reopening, things are back to normal at Rock Wood-fired Pizza restaurant at Belmar Shopping Center. However, reminders of the terrifying shooting remain as the boarded […]

🌱 Biden CO Visits + New Coming Food Conc

This message is for you! Keep all of you up to date with what’s going on in and around the city with another edition of the Lakewood Daily. Saturday’s weather: Cloudy and colder. Chance of snow in the afternoon. High: 40 Low: 17. Rent this space: Are you a a local business owner or trader […]

Alabama Guitar-Maker Passing On Its Trad...

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama (AP) – They didn’t have much of a choice. After Huntsville couple Danny and Susan Davis decided to shut down the concert hall component at Tangled String Studios in July 2020 amid the devastating first phase of the pandemic, they had to expand the guitar-making side. of their multi-faceted business. Or go bankrupt […]

GameStop, Cathie Wood, Jobs Friday – 5 t

GameStop shares are rising on NFT plans, Cathy Wood’s ARK Innovation fund is criticized by tech about-face, and Wall Street is awaiting December’s jobs report. Here are five things you need to know for Friday, January 7: 1. – Stocks indicate higher openness ahead of jobs report U.S. equity futures were showing a slightly higher […]

Log Home Market Provides Regional Insigh...

New Jersey, United States, – The Global Log House Market report is one of the most comprehensive and significant additions to the market research archive of Market Research Intellect. Provides detailed research and analysis of the main aspects of the global Wooden Houses market. The market analysts who produced the report have provided in-depth information […]

Madison Wood Helps Restoration of the Un...

MADISON, Wisconsin (WMTV) – On January 6, rioters from the United States Capitol stormed the building, causing large-scale destruction of the building. As crews work to restore the insanely old wood on parts of the building like the doors and windows, Madison Wood is already in Washington DC to donate material to the restoration project. […]

Wood tames Labuschagne on an empty stoma...

Marnus Labuschagne’s second consecutive dismissal by Mark Wood came on an empty stomach after the English quickly battled a bug the night before the SCG test. Wood grabbed the precious wicket of Labuschagne for the second consecutive heats on Wednesday, taking his advantage and taking him behind the 30. It was the second time in […]

British Woodworking Federation Awards no...

The winners of the prestigious 2021 British Woodworking Federation (BWF) Awards were unveiled at a celebratory evening held at the Kimpton Fitzroy Hotel in London. This year marks the 13th anniversary of the annual awards, which celebrate the outstanding achievements, skills and talents of the entire woodworking and carpentry industry. The six categories and winners […]

High-tech, eco-friendly ‘carcopter’ coul

This must fly around the track! High-tech, eco-friendly ‘carcopter’ to be tested on racetracks as manufacturers say it could replace Formula 1 as a sport French company Maca to launch ‘carcopter’ on race tracks later this year The eco-friendly hydrogen device is expected to cost around £ 665,000 Maca hopes CO2-free carcopter racing could even […]

Veteran Kindergarten Teacher: ‘New Zeala

Defying stereotypes, Gareth Wood is one of less than one percent of men working in kindergartens across the country, while his wife works in the male-dominated construction industry. Women make up 97 percent of the teaching staff in all preschool education departments, according to the Department of Education. In Timaru, Wood works at Kowhai Kindergarten […]

Big comeback as England confirm XI for S...

England have resisted the change in their struggling hitting roster, but will be without crimper Ollie Robinson, their main wicket-taker in the Vodafone Ashes so far, for the fourth test in Sydney. Assistant coach Graham Thorpe today confirmed that Robinson, who has taken nine wickets at 26 for the series so far, and Chris Woakes […]

Teresa Maddy | Obituaries | The Regist...

Teresa carol maddy March 8, 1974 – December 31, 2021 Teresa Carol Maddy, 47, of Oak Hill, returned home to be with the Lord on December 31, 2021, after a courageous battle with cancer. She was born March 8, 1974 in Raleigh, WV, to Clinton and Eleveda Lucas Maddy. Teresa was predeceased by her mother, […]

3 Bedroom Home in Waukegan – $ 213,000 |

Rarely available unit in The Traditions, an OVER 55 community located in eastern Lake County just off Sheridan Road and close to Lyons Wood Forest Preserve and Glen Flora Country Club. This unit is GORGEOUS, having been built in 2006, but the interior remained unfinished when in 2018 it was totally built and completed with […]

It Happened Here: Ellensburg Incorporate...

January is a time of new beginnings, starting with the year. It is also a time when people make resolutions to improve their lives. The community of Ellensburg, in central Washington, officially began on January 1, 1884. The city, which has a population of 2,500, was incorporated on that date. It would be a viable […]

These 3 teams could continue the trade f...

NBA Analysis Network The Houston Rockets are rebuilding themselves and are one of the youngest teams in the league. It shouldn’t be surprising to see them start the 2021-22 NBA 10-26 season as expectations for them were so low at the start of the year. As a result of James Harden’s trade last season, Houston […]

Obituary of Raymond Scherbel (2022) – Ra

Raymond “Ray” H. Scherbel May 8, 1940 – December 27, 2021 RACINE – Raymond H. Scherbel, at the age of 81, passed away on Monday, December 27, 2021, at Ascension All Saints Medical Center. He was born in Racine on May 8, 1940, the son of the late Harris and Sylvia (née Szukalski) Scherbel. Ray […]

England’s missed opportunities leave Mar

gGood news has been scarce for English cricketers during this Ashes series, but some have arrived for Mark Wood in the form of the New Year’s winners: his father received an OBE for pensioner services for his work at Ministry of Work and Pensions in the northeast. Derek Wood was also among the first to […]

Veganuary Set To Cross 2 Million Milesto...

A record number of people are expected to try eating only plant-based foods this month as growing concern over the climate crisis increases interest in the vegan movement. The global campaign is gaining momentum as more and more large employers promote it internally. This year Harrods, Superdrug and Volkswagen UK are among the big names […]