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Westfield welcomes three new firefighter...

Posted By: The Journalist November 13, 2022 Lambert Howard Griffith Westfield Fire Services invites the community to welcome three new firefighters to the town: Ethan Griffith, Colton “Cole” Howard and Daniel Lambert. Griffith was born and raised in Gas City, Indiana, and dreamed of becoming a firefighter while his father was a volunteer firefighter for […]

2022 River Trail warming huts will look ...

Kayden Hill-Pitchenese can’t wait to put her work on ice. “Excited and proud,” the St. John’s High School Grade 10 student says of how he feels about participating in this year’s Warming Huts: an arts and crafts competition. architecture on ice. “It’s really cool.” Hill-Pitchenese is one of a group of Winnipeg high school students […]

Information: Cancer Care Unit Arts and C...

KINGMAN – The 46th Annual Kingman Cancer Care Unit Arts and Crafts Fair will be held Saturday and Sunday, November 12 and 13 at the Mohave County Fairgrounds at 2600 Fairgrounds Boulevard in Kingman. Organizers wrote in a press release that the fair attracts more than 100 vendors from across Arizona and neighboring states, and […]

Gemfair returns to Bundaberg – Bundaberg

Danielle Kent, Narelle, Mary Maddock and Anne Turner at a previous Gemfair event. The Bundaberg Gem and Mineral Society’s Gemfair is back this year with traders from across Queensland coming together to showcase minerals, crystals and opals as well as products from local artisans. Around 50 traders will have booths at the event, including faceting, […]

Lynn R. Whittaker – St George News

Jan. 13, 1947-Oct. 30, 2022 Lynn R. Whittaker, 75, died October 30, 2022. He was born January 13, 1947, in Idaho Falls, Idaho, to Moroni and Etta Morgan Whittaker. He married Katherine Anderson at the St George Latter-day Saint Temple on March 30, 1973. Lynn grew up in Midvale, Utah. He graduated in 1965 from […]

The electric Jeep CJ overtakes Jeep and ...

Stellantis kicks off its SEMA reveals with a trio of show trucks from Jeep and Ram. Although the total number of in-house customized vehicles is a little smaller than some years past, they are still quite striking. They also get a glimpse of potential new products from brands. Jeep CJ Surge Concept Just like in […]

“It Will Always Work”: Patzer Woodworkin

MITCHELL – Tom Patzer has seen it all over the past four decades when he ran his woodworking business. From a devastating flood that destroyed his equipment and wreaked havoc on his facility, to a fire and a pandemic, Patzer faced many challenges that tested his will to succeed as a business owner. local company. […]

Jon Cummins buys the Kitchen Solvers fra...

Jon Cummins uses his experience in construction, marketing and management to start a new business focused on what he considers the most important room in any home: the kitchen. Cummins is the new owner and operator of the Northeast Florida franchise for Kitchen Solvers, a nearly 40-year-old company headquartered in La Crosse, Wisconsin. It has […]

🌱SF Giants Award Locals + Local History

Hello everyone! I’m back with your new copy of the Concord Daily. Let’s start this week off right with a quick guide to everything you need to know about what’s happening in town, including updates on: A local artist has a knack for working wood and making people smile! Concord is growing like crazy with […]

Best of the City 2022: best atmosphere a...

Courtesy of Luminarium Designs In our new Best of the City feature, we’re highlighting some of our favorite things, people, and places right now. We know that the past few years have been difficult. Here is a bright spot that will illuminate our city in 2022. To Lighting designs, David and Hillary Albrecht’s love of […]

Opening of international fairs for the w...

VIETNAM, October 19 – HCM CITY – Vietnam International Wood Industry Fair (Vietnam Wood 2022) and Vietnam International Furniture Accessories, Hardware and Tools Fair (Furnitec 2022) are held simultaneously from October 18 to 21 at the Center exhibitions and conventions from Saigon to HCM City. Vietnam Wood 2022 and Furnitec 2022 attracted more than 250 […]

The popular theme park celebrates the gr...

Credit: Silver Dollar City From now until the end of October, Silver Dollar City hosts its annual Harvest and Pumpkin in the City Festival. It is a 61-acre theme park in the heart of Branson, Missouri. The park opened on May 1, 1960. It is an 1800s theme park located on the site of one […]

This Wooden Ford F-450 Super Duty Has In...

If you follow us, you probably know that over the past few months we have featured many projects from the Woodworking Art Youtube channel. And the explanation of why we do it is very simple: his work is more than impressive, and the world should know it. There are a lot of projects that we […]

Local Craftsman’s ‘Just Rustic’ Work Fea

Over the summer, HGTV’s “Home Town Takeover” team not only created colorful new designs on some of Fort Morgan’s main street buildings, but they also discovered some of the community’s local artisans. Sharol Lyn Deal (courtesy photo) When HGTV staff literally “took over” the Burlington Auxiliary Fort Morgan Fire Department Training Center building for their […]

The couple return to The Orchard at Alta...

Contributor photo • Steve and Julia Nunnally Duncan have visited The Orchard at Altapass for previous signings. From staff reports The Altapass Orchard is pleased to resume Steve and Julia Nunnally Duncan’s woodworking and book signing event on Saturday, October 22, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Julia will speak and sign her books; Steve […]


By oht_editor | on October 08, 2022 LARRY RICHARD McMANN Sr., 80, of Davison, died October 4, 2022. Larry was born on June 25, 1942 to the late Charles and Myrtle McMann. He worked for General Motors Truck & Bus for 31.7 years before retiring. Larry owned a fuel oil business with his […]

New information revealed during underwat...

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Woodcraft Scholarship at Krenov School i...

Ben Lindorfer planes a few makes of machine from the jointer plane he made as a student at the Krenov School. “Congratulations from Woodcraft to Ben Lindorfer as he pursues excellence in his woodworking skills.” PARKERSBURG, West Virginia (PRWEB) October 04, 2022 Benjamin Lindorfer, a resident of Inglenook, Calif., is the latest student from […]

Ralph G. Newcomb – Waldo County VillageS

BELFAST – Ralph G. “Bud” Newcomb died on September 22, 2022 at the Harbor Hill Center in Belfast. Born in Winterport to GE Newcomb and Carolyn M. (Mingo) Newcomb on June 27, 1932, Ralph grew up in the Greater Bangor area and began working at age 16 at a local lumber camp. He joined the […]

US Hand File Tool Market to Hit $96.28 M...

Chicago, Sept. 28, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — According to the latest research report from Arizton, the U.S. hand tool market is expected to grow at a CAGR of approximately 4% during the period 2022-2027. The construction industry in the United States is one of the largest in the world, with annual expenditures of over $1.2 […]

Hockinson’s roots have strong ties to th

Sebastien Rubino / [email protected] Hockinson has close historical ties to Finnish immigrants who moved to the county town of North Clark in the 19th and 20th centuries. As a county staple, Hockinson has places like Cloverlane Mercantile & Event Center, which help put it on the map. The Western Finnish-American Historical Society has published a […]

Obituary: EJ Roland Normand

Roland Normand SPRINGVALE – EJ Roland Normand, 77, of Springvale, passed away September 7, 2022, with his beloved family by his side. Roland was born in Portland on September 28, 1944 to Ernest and Sadie (Morin) Normand. He grew up in Sanford where he attended local Catholic schools and graduated from St. Ignatius High School […]

David Hagen – Albert Lea Tribune

David Ragnvald Hagen, 91, formerly of Albert Lea, MN, died Monday, September 19, 2022 after two years in hospice. Funeral services will be held on Tuesday September 27, 2022 at 2:00 p.m. at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Blackduck. David Hagen David was born on June 14, 1931 to Reverend Melvin G. Hagen and Olga […]

Floyd Allen Clair Hunter | Obituary

Floyd Allen Clair Hunter, 70, of Houtzdale, died on September 13, 2022, from medical issues. Floyd was born on May 31, 1952 in Philipsburg, the son of Esther (Ewing) and the late Allen Hunter. Three children survived: Leslie (Mike) Kensinger of Tyrone, Robin Woodring (Jeff Barto) of Warriors Mark and Floyd (Emily) Hunter Jr. of […]

What is Handmade: Britain’s Best Woodwor

HANDMADE: Britain’s Best Woodworker is a Channel 4 series where contestants compete based on their carpentry, skills hosted by Mel Giedroyc. The first and only season of the program aired in October 2021, and it was announced that the first episode of the new season will be released on September 21, 2022. 1 Mel Giedroyc: […]

Amelia Dawn Coffman – Brownwood Bulletin

Suzanne Coffman, took her wings at the age of 39, on Thursday September 1, 2022, at Born August 30, 1983, in Brownwood, Texas, Amelia attended early schools in from which she graduated in 2001. As a child, traveling with her family allowed her to visit many western states and cultivated in her a lifelong love […]

James M. Pace, Jr. |

November 8, 1937 – September 16, 2022 James M. Pace, Jr., 84, of Bainbridge, GA, died Friday, September 16, 2022. Information about the memorial service will be announced early next week. Online visitors can sign the guest register at In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Bainbridge-Decatur County Humane Society, […]

Pakistani companies want to develop coop...

MINSK, Sept. 15 (BelTA) — A Belarusian-Pakistani business forum dedicated to cooperation between the two countries in the field of woodworking was held in Minsk on the sidelines of the Lesdrevtech forestry exhibition on September 14, a learned BelTA. During the event, representatives of Bellesbumprom, Bellesexport and companies providing shipping and logistics services made presentations […]

Thayer E. Bartlett – Eagle News Online

USAF Lt. Col. (Retired) Thayer E. Bartlett, of Oakwood, OH, died Monday, September 12, 2022, at Bethany Village. He was born in Borodino, NY on March 21, 1916, to Ernest and Olive Bartlett. He was predeceased by his wife of 51 years, Jean E. Bartlett, his parents and first wife Margaret L. Bartlett, his brothers, […]

Larry D. Williams – Democratic Herald

Larry D. Williams, 79, of Van Alstyne went to join his Lord and Savior on September 2, 2022. He was a devoted member of the Elmont Baptist Church. Larry was born on June 11, 1943 in Little Rock Arkansas to Curtis J. Williams and Vera Emma Morgan. Her father died in a car accident three […]

How to Use a Speed ​​Square

The Speed ​​Square is arguably one of the most useful tools when it comes to construction. Originally designed for use in the framing of houses, and sometimes referred to as a rafter square, it facilitates layout operations. It features markings that help speed up common repetitive procedures when framing walls or cutting rafters. Although originally […]

Paul E. Meyer – Delphos Herald

March 23, 1941 August 25, 2022 ELIDA – Paul E. Meyer, 81, of the Elida campaign, died August 25 at The Meadows of Delphos. Paul was born at home in rural Middle Point on March 23, 1941, to Leonard and Mary Elizabeth (Klaus) Meyer, who preceded him in death. He graduated in 1959 from Delphos […]

🌱 Shirley-Mastic Daily: MMSCL Carpentry

Hello, Shirley-Mastic! I’m here in your inbox this morning to tell you everything you need to know about what’s happening around town. Here we are… First, today’s weather forecast: Wet with a thunderstorm. High: 81, low: 66. Here are today’s top 4 stories at Shirley-Mastic: The City of Brookhaven said properties at Five Mastic Beach […]

Robert Dean Castor – Seymour Tribune

FREETOWN Robert Dean Beaver, 79, of Freetown, died Wednesday, August 31, 2022, at IU Methodist, Indianapolis, with his wife by his side. Mr. Beaver was an active servant of the Freetown United Methodist Church and he loved his church family. Robert and his wife, Donna, both retired from Cummins Engine Co. on the same day. […]

Watch Messi and Mbappe hit the woodwork ...

PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN striker Kylian Mbappe missed something from six yards in a miss of the season in the 1-1 draw against Monaco. It looked like the 23-year-old was close to putting his side level again just before the break after Kevin Volland’s opener in the 20th minute. 3 Kylian Mbappe somehow misses six yards against […]

Kirkwood Tiny Home is all about the deta...

By Pat Eby Special for the Post-Dispatch When Barbara O’Brien and her then-husband Michael O’Brien found their home in Kirkwood in December 1968, they both knew that small could be beautiful. “We loved the neighborhood, it was something we could afford, and I was married to a genius. He could see the possibilities for us […]

Glen Erwin Moorehead | News, Sports, Jo...

Glen Erwin Moorehead, 95, of Marietta, died Aug. 25, 2022 at Parkersburg Care Center. Glen was born September 9, 1926 in Akron, Ohio to Herman and Ocie {Brannon} Morehead. Glen was a World War II veteran of the United States Navy, achieving the rank of firefighter first class. He married Wanda Rea (Conley) […]

MakerSphere expands after-school program...

For years, Waterbury students have been able to enroll in after-school art classes through MakerSphere in the Waterbury Center’s Seminary Arts building. These classes allowed students to decompress after a day at school, while exploring a mix of artistic media with an artist teacher. This fall, MakerSphere is expanding after-school opportunities by tripling the number […]

Newcastle United’s ten pound bet hits th

We are three games down and Newcastle United are sixth! Unfortunately, Arsenal have started with three straight wins and are comfortably ahead. I had a ten pound bet with my eleven year old son Chuks (no moralizing here please, he has already done two pub crawls with me at Notts Forest and Brighton so far […]

John R. ‘Jack’ Hartman Jr. | News, Spor

John R. “Jack” Hartman Jr., 89, of Lewistown, died Friday August 19, 2022 in Greenwood Village. Born June 23, 1933 in Lewistown, he was the son of the late John R. Hartman Sr. and Emma Lucretia (Montgomery) Hartman. In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by; first wife, Marlene (Hess) Hartman in 1984; one […]

Vox Church and Boys and Girls Club Hold ...

SPRINGFIELD – Children of all ages, sizes and shapes, mums, dads and extended families packed the sports field next to the Boys and Girls Club on Carew Street on Saturday as Vox Church and the club staged the second event annual back-to-school sneaker. Vox Church campus coordinator Daniel Tedone estimated that up to 3,000 people […]

“Thrown to the Wolves” is a new innovati

“Thrown to the Wolves” is a new innovation competition open to high school students 08/18/2022 JONESBORO — The Delta Center for Economic Development, based at Arkansas State University, announces A-State’s first innovation competition for high school students. With a concept based on the popular “Shark Tank” TV series, “Thrown to the Wolves” is a […]

Havre de Grace boutique transforms wood ...

Wood slabs from Tom Deno’s workshop are knotty and knotty, pitted and twisted – a warm look that only Mother Nature could love. Or Deno, who makes custom furniture from the twisted pieces discarded by the sawmills. From these orphan slabs come counters and coffee tables, coats and headboards, each a kitsch creation forged by […]


WEBSTER CITY — Michael (Buddy) Dean Elsberry, of Webster City, passed away on August 12, 2022. A celebration of life will be held Thursday, August 18, 2022 from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Brushy Creek Lakeview Shelter. A family funeral will take place at a later date. Michael Dean Elsberry, son of […]

Carpentry professor’s collection of anti

A treasure trove of old tools a retired carpentry teacher crammed into Tesco bags and every corner of his house fetched over £35,000 at auction. Roy Turnage has spent decades adding to his collection over 1,000 rare late 19th century wooden planes and hundreds of chisels and saws. Some of the tools moved during the […]

Ronald Kukucka | Obituaries | Niagara ...

Ronald L. Kukucka Ronald L. Kukucka, 88, of Sanborn, NY, passed away peacefully surrounded by his family on Wednesday August 10, 2022 at NF Memorial Medical Center. Born in North Tonawanda, NY, he was the son of the late Joseph and Geneviève (Dziedzic) Kukucka. Ron was a graduate of North Tonawanda High School and earned […]

Annual Innovation+Design competition red...

HIGH POINT — For the third annual International Society of Furniture Designers Innovation + Design, 49 finalists were named among professional designers and the next generation of woodworking students. The Innovation + Design competition will culminate with the announcement of the winners at the “Meet the Designers” awards ceremony taking place at 7 p.m. on […]

This Week at the OC Fair, August 10-14 –

Headed to the OC Fair this week? Here are a few things to know as the fair enters its final week. Sunday is his last day. General informations: Hours are 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, 11 a.m. to midnight Friday through Sunday. General admission is $12 on Wednesdays and Thursdays and $14 […]

Tips to become a carpenter in the game

BitLife Simulator offers a wide range of careers and choices for its players. Players can choose to become anything they wish to be. One of the jobs offered by the game is that of a carpenter. If you are one of those gamers who like to use woodworking to make money, then carpenter job is […]

SA Couple Use Their Furniture Flipping S...

SAN ANTONIO – You’ve heard of house flipping, but what about furniture flipping? A San Antonio couple transforms what was once someone’s trash into a brand new piece of furniture with new life. Michael and Michelle Felan began their restoration journey nearly a decade ago when Michelle saw a piece of furniture she couldn’t quite […]


05/15/1926-07/28/2022 Captain Raymond Walter (Butch) Modrzynski was born May 15, 1926 in Rogers City, Michigan to Stanley and Frances (Romel) Modrzynski. He died at Bowman Place in Three Rivers, Michigan on Thursday, July 28, 2022, at the age of 96. Butch was the second eldest of 12 children, attended St. Ignatius Catholic School and then […]

After major flooding, Kentucky grapples ...

Comment this story Comment HINDMAN, Ky. — Pat Sutton Bradley was cleaning up mud and damaged furniture when she found this: a poem titled “Don’t Quit,” printed on a sheet of laminated paper. Like hundreds of other residents here, Bradley’s small business was decimated by catastrophic flooding that hit eastern Kentucky last week, killing more […]

Retail Furniture Market Revenue 2022 – S

The Global Retail Furniture Market from 2022 to 2028 comprehensive investigative report, which was in fact dispersed by Market research location, was created with a mind-boggling blend of industry data, inventive thinking, game plans, and cutting-edge advancements to convey a preeminent customer experience. As far as the drivers, obstacles, openings, designs, as well as the […]

Maine Music Society elects 2022-24 offic...

Maine Music Society officers, left to right: President Richard O’Brien, Secretary Susan Trask, Vice President Sheryl Whitmore and Treasurer Gilbert LaPointe. LEWISTON — The Maine Music Society board of directors has announced its new officers who will lead the nonprofit through its 32nd and 33rd seasons. Re-elected for another two-year term at its June meeting: […]

“I would have broken both legs to take i

For some people, even the most daunting disabilities don’t stop them from finding ways to enjoy life. Rick Dorothy is the kind of creative guy who refuses to accept the limits of life. He met his wife, Jan, 15 years ago when they both worked for the same company. After their two previous marriages failed, […]

Saline County Fair Youth Activity Final ...

Written by Chelsea Corkins/Specialist in 4-H saline solutions The remaining results for the 2022 Saline County Fair held July 9-17 are as follows: Pork: CPS Gilt Champion – Carson Price, Reserve Champion – Keegan Brewer; NSR Gilt Champion – Charlot Thornton, Reserve Champion – Carson Price; Champion Dark Cross Gilt – Emma Sims, Reserve Champion […]

Woodworking Machinery Market is expected...

Leading Global Woodworking Machinery Market Players by Value Paolino Bacci, Biesse Group, Michael Weinig AG, Dürr AG, SCM GROUP SpA, ROJEK Woodworking Machinery, HOMAG Group, Otto Martin Maschinenbau GmbH & Co. KG, Dura Wood Working Machinery Industry & Trade Company Ltd., Masterwood SpA and Oliver Machinery Co.. The latest market report published by Credence Research, […]

Edward J. Hollenbach, 83, Brookville – R

Edward John Hollenbach, 83, of Brookville, Indiana, died Wednesday, July 20, 2022 at his residence in Brookville. Born April 13, 1939 in Connersville, Indiana, he was the son of the late Edward D. and Ruby M. (Bruns) Hollenbach. He was a US Army veteran. He was married to the former Jane Robinson, and she survives. […]

Volunteer to help youth development

As we prepared for the fair, I had the opportunity to work with the Superintendents of 4-H and Open Class to review the Kansas 4-H Club Corner Youth Program Quality Principles. There are eight essential principles for quality youth programs as defined by 4-H. I believe these apply to any youth program! 1) Physical and […]

Carpentry breaks Austrian hearts as goal...

Germany maintained their impressive form in the group stage until the round of 16 with a 2-0 win over Austria to reach the semi-finals of Euro 2022. ermany entered the match without conceding the entire group stage – with England – but unlike the hosts, they maintained their record thanks to an impressive quarter-final performance […]


This summer, 12 young engineers gathered at Indianapolis University’s RB Annis School of Engineering to explore the field of engineering through hands-on projects and classes led by the UIndy’s faculty of engineering. . Thanks to a grant from UNITE, campers were able to gain hands-on experience with CAD (computer-aided design), 3D printing, programming, and other […]

John S. Brown – Daily Diary

MOORESVILLE John S. Brown, 67, of Mooresville, IN, died Tuesday evening July 12, 2022 at Franciscan Health in Indianapolis. John was born on April 26, 1955 in Indianapolis, IN to Lillian M. Burris and John S. Brown. John was predeceased by his beloved wife of 33 years, Suzanne N. (Blaser) Brown, in 2017 as well […]

Flag of Merle Ellwood | News, Sports, J...

RANDOLPH – Merle Ellwood Flagg, 94, a resident of Randolph Manor, formerly of Cattaraugus and Napoli, died Friday July 15, 2022 at the Manor while in the care of the Hospice. Merle was born October 18, 1927 in Buffalo, the son of the late Ellwood and the late Beatrice (Crowl) Flagg. He was a member […]

James B. Johnston | News, Sports, Jobs

(1926 — 2022) James Bishop Johnston was born March 26, 1926 to Albert S. and Juanita Campbell Johnston in Lincoln, Nebraska. He passed away peacefully on July 11, 2022. From the age of twelve, Jim was very hardworking, working at a local grocery store and delivering groceries until high school. He […]

Volunteer of the Year Awards: Dotty Evan...

This year’s Volunteers of the Year have been the force behind the preservation of the historic Cooperative Building as a downtown Malad landmark. The restoration of the co-op still has a long way to go before many of the dreams and aspirations for the building will be realized, but without Dotty Evanson, Roxanne Albretsen and […]

Allegedly crafted from James Madison ced...

How a cedar slab from James Madison’s estate was artfully transformed into a celebration of the US Constitution Eric Horton, manager of the Klingspor carpentry shop in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, was surprised when his lumber buyer came across original tree slabs from the estate of founding father James Madison. The slab that really piqued Horton’s […]

🌱 Three Village Daily: Teen Chess At Emm

Hello friends. It’s me, Debora Whitehead, your Three Village Daily host – back in your inbox with all the biggest things happening in town these days. Here we are. First, today’s weather forecast: Wind in the afternoon. High: 82, low: 69. Here are today’s top 3 stories in Three Village: Play Chess at the Emma […]

Germany hit the woodwork THREE times in ...

Germany managed to hit Denmark’s goal three times in four minutes before claiming a 4-0 victory at Euro 2022. Spain also secured an impressive first win in Group B, beating Finland 4-1 without their Ballon d’Or-winning superstar Alexia Putellas. Germany finally made it easy AFP But they could have been forgiven for thinking they were […]

5 things to know for July 7: Boris Johns...

Here’s what you need to know to Level up and get on with your day. (You can receive “5 Things You Need to Know Today” daily in your inbox. Sign up here.) 1.Boris Johnson British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced his resignation as leader of the Conservative Party after a wave of government resignations. […]

Europe Woodworking Power Tools Market Ex...

Wednesday, July 6, 2022, 9:58 a.m.Press Release: Future Market Preview According to a new study by Future Market Insights, the boom in the European woodworking power tools market has been widely associated with the construction and joinery (IMF) sectors in the region. The European woodworking power tools market is expected to be worth US$363.9 million […]

North America Wood Restaurant Furniture ...

New Jersey, United States – The North America Wood Restaurant Furniture Market The research report aims to provide a quick overview of the overall industry performance and important new trends. Important information, as well as conclusions, latest key drivers and constraints, are also described here. A wide range of quantitative and qualitative techniques are used […]

City of Gillette Candidate Questionnaire...

GILLETTE, Wyo. — Election season is well underway, and County 17 has sent a list of questions to every candidate who has filed for municipal office. These questions are designed to give our readers a better understanding of the people behind the names on the ballot. All candidate responses submitted to County 17 are reposted […]

John Copley | Obituaries | Bluefield D...

John Russell Copley John Russell Copley, 79, of Pinnacle View Road, Bluewell, WV, died Wednesday, June 29, 2022 at his residence surrounded by his family. Born May 10, 1943 in Iaeger, WV, he was the son of the late Harold and Ruth Powell Copley. He had resided in Bluewell since 1966. John worked for National […]


RICHARD HARRY SWAYZE, 91, of Davison, a former lifelong resident of Lapeer, went to join our Lord on June 26, 2022. Richard was born on January 2, 1931 in Lapeer to Hiram and Edith (Carpenter) Swayze. Dick graduated from Lapeer High School in 1949. After attending trade school in Chicago, he became a licensed electrician. […]

Clemson World Magazine | Alumni Profile...

“Wood does what it wants.” Douglas Piper, a Greenville-based block print artist, reflects on his first medium. He remembers the childhood days spent exploring the “massive, massive workshop” of his grandfather, Clair Harold Hunt, a retired carpenter. Piper’s little hands carved Popsicle sticks alongside her larger “Paw Paw” projects. Piper still struggles with wood today, […]

The Greenville Woodworkers Guild builds ...

Greenville, SC, June 26, 2022 — ( — The Greenville Woodworkers Guild, a local 501c3 non-profit woodworking education organization, has partnered with Mary & Martha Services of Spartanburg County , SC, to design, build and donate (15) custom red oak bunk beds for recently resettled Ukrainian refugee families now living in the Spartanburg community. Greenville […]

John Leland Stoffer | News, Sports, Job...

John Leland Stoffer passed from this life to the next at his home in Asheville, North Carolina at the age of 85 on Friday, June 17, surrounded by the loving presence of his family. John, the son of Leland and Elizabeth Stoffer was born on November 1, 1936 in Beloit, Ohio. He fondly recounted the […]

James Lewis McClain – The Vienna Times

James Lewis McClain, 90, of rural Karnak, Massac County, died at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 21, 2022 at the Metropolis Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. James was born on November 30, 1931, on a farm outside of Boaz, Illinois. James was a graduate of Karnak Community High School. He was a member of the First United […]

‘Batman & Robin’ defenders are finally o

We can all agree that Joel Schumacher’s second attempt at Black Knight was one of the worst comic book adaptations to ever hit Hollywood, with critics ravaging it and fans despising it on the verge of disappointing at the box office and effectively killing the franchise for nearly a decade. However, we can also agree […]

Dick Polman: Grassroots MAGA Termites Ch...

The fascist threat at the top, so well documented by the January 6 Committee, rightly commands our attention. But it also happens from the bottom up. Case in point: Nevada madman Jim Marchant. In Nevada’s Republican primary, he became the cult’s nominee for secretary of state — the election overseer in the narrowly blue locality. […]

AIO presents ArtFeeds, a unique communit...

ROCKLAND — AIO has a long tradition of harnessing the talents and innovative ideas of Midcoast Maine’s creative community to bridge the gap between food and art, according to AIO in a press release. AIO announces ArtFeeds, Artists-in-Action Against Food Insecurity, a one-of-a-kind collaboration with vibrant community artists, Page Gallery and the Maine State Correctional […]

Down the old road… Would you like to tak

“You have the coolest old cars. I like to read about them all the time in the villager. Would you consider taking me, my sister and her husband for a long drive in one of your old cars? Maybe we could go to a specific destination, make an afternoon of it. It would be a […]

Derrick Maxwell (Moon) Pelley Sr.

The family of Derrick Maxwell (Moon) Pelley Sr., of Charleston, announces his passing from this Earth to Heaven on Tuesday, June 14, 2022. Max was born on January 9, 1938 in Cornerbrook Newfoundland, Canada. He has called the Calhoun/Charleston area home since 1954. He became a naturalized citizen on November 13, 1969. He was a […]

NoCo Art Market will feature a variety o...

June 13 – JEFFERSONVILLE – Well-known art sellers and new artists will gather Saturday for the NoCo Arts Market on Michigan Avenue. The market draws artists from across the southern Indiana region, said Emily Dippie, Jeffersonville’s public art administrator. The Saturday market will feature goods ranging from jewelry to woodworking to lamps. “We love to […]

Bonner County History – June 12, 2022

Presented by the Bonner County History Society and Museum 611 S. Ella Ave., Sandpoint, Idaho, 83864 208-263-2344 50 years ago Sandpoint Newsletter June 12, 1972 – BEGINNING OF SHS Sandpoint Senior High graduated 209 seniors in front of a packed auditorium. The keynote speaker was ISU President Dr. WE Davis. School district administrator Venus Verhei […]

North County groups and schools team up ...

When Mark Pilcher read about the current housing crisis, he didn’t think of it as a one-sided story. He reviewed other reports of rising building material costs, the number of homeless veterans and the shortage of tradesmen. For the retired Fallbrook resident, it was an ah-ha moment. “I saw these things around the same time […]

Is your business ready for an HSE wood d...

The HSE recently announced plans to inspect woodworking premises over the next 12 months to ensure businesses and employees are complying with relevant legislation. Legally, companies must comply with the regulations in order above all to protect people against risks and to avoid accidents and serious health risks. Failure to do so could result in […]

Granville Carpenter Jonathan Stratton Fe...

Creating handmade furniture is more than just a craft for carpenter Jonathan Stratton – it’s an art form. And now he shows his masterpieces. Stratton, who works in a converted garage on the Granville homestead, just north of Pataskala and York Road, will have his pieces on display at the Hayley Gallery in New Albany […]

Steelcase collaborates with the Frank Ll...

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Steelcase and the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation are collaborating in a creative effort to revisit, reinterpret and reintroduce Wright’s designs, as well as to co-create new concepts rooted in his principles to deliver products that improve the way consumers live and work. today. Steelcases said the collaboration will be “far-reaching” as […]

Sterling Church Offers Free Garden Cross...

STERLING — For the past two months, a sign outside East Jordan Methodist Church has urged anyone passing by to stop and pick up one or more of the white crosses placed nearby. Reverend Jim Miller said church members started making crosses when Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine. “We decided we wanted to do […]

The Recorder – HAY Conference offers 30

Posted: 2022-06-02 16:38:40 CHARLEMONT — Cheesemaking, basket weaving, mushroom inoculation and woodworking are just some of the skills attendees at the Hawlemont, Agriculture and You (HAY) conference can learn on Saturday. The event will take place from 9:30 a.m. to 2:15 p.m. at Hawlemont Regional School, with registration starting at 8:45 a.m. The day is […]

Algeria to host wood and technology fair...

(MENAFN-Brazil-Arab News Agency (ANBA)) São Paulo – More than 130 exhibitors and brands are expected to showcase their products and services at Algeria Woodtech, a global fair wood , fair for woodworking, equipment and technologies for the sector. The event will take place at the Palais des Expositions Pin Maritimes in Algiers, the capital of […]

Lewis County craftsman brings old-fashio...

If you walk into a toy aisle, you’ll see plastic everywhere. Batteries required. Dolls that walk, talk, eat and cry. Emily Griffin introduces us to an artisan who creates simpler, old-fashioned toys. CASTORLAND, N.Y. (WWNY) — In Castorland, the hum of Charlie Brown’s blades means the magic is on. Or rather toys. “I’ll start with […]

5 Best Custom Cabinets in Tulsa, OK

Below is a list of the best and leading custom practices in Tulsa. To help you find the best custom cabinets near you in Tulsa, we’ve put together our own list based on this rating point list. Tulsa’s Best Custom Cabinets: The top rated custom cabinets in Tulsa, OK are: Kirk Creations – ensure that […]

The most decisive platform for the India...

The event will be held in Bangalore from June 2-6, 2022Focus on the latest technologies, tools and skills to help India’s furniture market reach $27 billion by 2025 and become a leading global playerThe 12th edition of INDIAWOOD, the most relevant event for the woodworking and furniture manufacturing industry in Asia, is scheduled to take […]

Artsfest returns to Harrisburg’s Riverfr

Harrisburg officials presented Artsfest this morning at City Hall. A colorful Harrisburg event returns to the Susquehanna shoreline this weekend. The 54th annual Harrisburg Artsfest will return to Riverfront Park May 28-30 with vendors, music and food. It is the first time since 2019 that the event will be held at Riverfront Park, having moved […]

Denis Toohig | Geauga County Maple Leaf

« Back to obituaries Dennis “Denny” Toohig, born January 31, 1954 in Cleveland, to John and Florence (née Zak) Toohig, died May 16, 2022. Dennis graduated from Benedictine High School in 1972 and went on to a distinguished career in the United States Marine Corps, retiring as a gunnery master sergeant after 25 years of […]

Tampa guitar shop arts and crafts, acous...

Light guitars A Bay Area guitar store specializes in making guitars that are lighter and easier to use. TAMPA, Florida. – Over the past decade, a Tampa carpentry shop has taken center stage in creating smaller, eye-catching string instruments. Tucked away in a spot just off Waters Avenue is a carpentry shop that creates magic. […]

Open Works gets a second wind after the ...

The other day at Open Works, the sewing machines hummed. Power saws swirled. And a fancy computer router replicated an 1870 cornice (in PVC, not wood) for the restoration of a nearby East Biddle Street townhouse. Harnessing the Energy was a structure in Greenmount West marked by an exterior mural and a deck outfitted with […]

Summer 2022 – Morgantown Magazine

May 19, 2022 · leave a comment Issues Think you know Morgantown? Put your knowledge to the test with “How Morgantown Are You?” puzzles and quizzes. in the summer issue of morgantown magazine. Plus stories about beer and books, glassware and woodworking, and, for those curious at home, the latest neighborhood review. In this problem […]

UK timber industry CEO Amarjit Binji has...

The owner of a British family carpentry business has been crowned entrepreneur of the year for the second time this year. Amarjit Binji, Managing Director of AJB Groupbeat tough competition to win this prestigious title at the 2022 Nachural Entrepreneurship Awards. The winners of the 21 categories were announced at a black-tie gala held in […]

A bumpy road for millwork exports to the...

Overseas customers check out carpentry products on display at an exhibition in HCMC last year – PHOTO: QUOC HUNG The US market, which accounts for more than half of Vietnam’s total joinery exports, continued to take orders from Vietnamese producers. American importers are more wary of trade fraud since the United States imposed high taxes […]

World-renowned luthiers practice woodcra...

About five miles south of Big Rapids, Michigan, the craftsmen at Galloup Guitars are busy repairing guitars, producing custom builds, and mentoring the next generation of luthiers. A luthier is a string instrument maker. For those looking to hone these skills, the Galloup School of Guitar Building and Repair is something of a mecca. “People […]

Touchwood – The New Indian Express

Express press service HYDERABAD: We may love the smell of petrichor (the earthy smell produced when rain falls on dry ground) and we’re probably inhaling it this season. For Shiraz Mehta, a self-taught carpenter, the smell of sawdust is intoxicating. For his love of woodworking, the man spent a decade surrounded by nature in Kodaikanal, […]

PaintLine opens a second distribution ce...

MENLO PARK, Calif. — With the opening of a new establishment. PaintLine now has two warehouses in Canada: Richmond, British Columbia, which opened last year, and now Mississauga, Ontario, which will serve the eastern part of the country. PaintLine, which has always been available to Canadian customers, launched its Canadian website in October and, following […]

Ronald Cook | Obituaries | Terre Haute...

Ronald D Cook November 8, 1935 – May 6, 2022 BLOOMINGDALE – Ronald D. Cook, 86, of Bloomingdale’s, died May 6, 2022 at Our Hospice of South Central Indiana in Columbus, Indiana. Born November 8, 1935 to Clarence and Opal (Coleman) Cook. On September 1, 1957, Ron married Barbara J. Davies of Bloomingdale’s. She preceded […]

The second annual Apple Festival Spring ...

NILES — Seventy vendors and 15 food trucks will arrive on the grounds of the Four Flags Area Apple Festival next weekend to celebrate spring. The second annual Four Flags Area Apple Festival Spring Festival Market begins from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday, May 14, and continues from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sunday, […]

Contemporary Abel Gallery Reception – Is

Press release : June 3 – July 17, 2022, Abel Contemporary Gallery presents George Shipperley- printsCollective exhibition: The Aviary, and in no. 5 boxing match – Katie Hudnall and Tom Loeser Opening Friday, June 3 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. open to the public Shows open online Saturday, June 4 at 10:00 a.m. CDT […]

Uinta County Herald | The school distri...

EVANSTON — Uinta County School District No. 1 (UCSD No. 1) held its Career Open House and Technical Showcase at Evanston High School on Thursday, April 28. The showcase is designed to showcase special opportunities and programs available to students in the district, made possible in part by funding from the Perkins Grant. Visitors were […]

North Carolina group invests in black qu...

Barbara Hart speaks at a meeting of the African American Pigtails Guild on Saturday afternoon, April 23, 2022 at Loray Mill on South Firestone Street in Gastonia, North Carolina (Mike Hensdill/The Gaston Gazette via AP) Mike Hensdil PA GASTONIA, North Carolina The African American Quilt Guild of Gaston County is proud to keep black history […]

Pine Bluffs wood artist to be featured i...

April 30 – CHEYENNE – Townspeople still don’t seem to understand what Curt Theobald does for a living. “It’s a big thing, and it’s hard to believe,” Theobald said in a phone conversation this week with the Wyoming Tribune Eagle. “A lot of people in the Pine Bluffs community know that ‘Curt works with wood,’ […]

5 issues affecting manufacturing in 2022

The manufacturing industry is facing many challenges in 2022, such as a labor shortage, an ongoing pandemic, the supply of raw materials and components, and workforce planning. What should be the orientation? Inform, the optimization specialist based in Aachen, Germany, has compiled a list of five needs that should be met in 2022. Build resilient […]

Ben Wilson Jr. – Leader of Uvalde

Ben Wilson Jr. Dr. Ben Wilson Jr., 88, of Uvalde, TX, died April 7, 2022 at Veranda Senior Living Facility. He was born on August 13, 1933 in Shreveport, Louisiana to Charlotte Cornman Wilson (Dudley) and Benjamin Franklin Wilson. He married Verna Chorine Walker on May 21, 1954. He graduated from Stephen F. Austin High […]

Woodworking Design Software Market Size,...

New Jersey, United States – the Woodworking Design Software Market The research report offers comprehensive coverage of the Woodworking Design Software Market over the forecast period 2022-2029. It provides historical, current and future market trends to help develop a robust market strategy. Additionally, it provides value chain analysis, key drivers and challenges, and includes upcoming […]

BFHS seniors put a modern twist on tradi...

BONNERS FERRY — In their final year of cabinetmaking, the seniors at Bonners Ferry High School put the advanced carpentry and cabinetmaking skills they learned to good use. From September to February, the students worked on the Queen Anne table project. In this project, the students applied several advanced woodworking techniques through the application of […]

Rapid City Woodworkers presents its crea...

RAPID CITY, SD — The annual Rapid City Woodworking Show was held Saturday at the Knecht Home Center. For 14 years, the Rapid City Woodworkers Association has held the show at the Visitor Center to showcase the talent of its members, along with fun games and activities for children. The event also highlights the organization’s […]

Third Bench Provides Millwork and More t...

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah — Third Bench, through a general contractor client, is supplying millwork and related products for the development of the 300-acre Netflix campus at Mesa Del Sol near Albuquerque, New Mexico. The Netlfix campus is dedicated to the production operations of Netflix studios. Netflix, a streaming service that produces original content, purchased […]

Monnit Wins 2022 IoT Evolution Industria...

ALTA-ISX® Intrinsically Safe Wireless Sensors Recognized as Innovative IIoT Products SALT LAKE CITY, April 19, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Monnit today announced that its ALTA-ISX® wireless sensors have been awarded the 2022 IoT Evolution Industrial IoT Product of the Year award. A global integrated media company TMC and its partner Crossfire Media announced the awards presented by IoT […]

John ‘Jack’ Robert Perry, 82

John “Jack” Robert Perry, 82, died on April 10, 2022 in San Antonio, TX. He was born on May 25, 1939 in Seattle to George “Whitey” and Maxine Perry. He spent his life as a laborer and contractor with Plum Creek Lumber, Boeing, Alaskan Pipeline and Superior Lumber. It was in Plum Creek that he […]