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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 […]

141 people who took woodworking to anoth...

When I see an ornate armoire or a beautifully carved chair, I often forget how much design and hard work must have gone into creating it. Every detail required precision and care. It can be easy to take for granted how accessible wood products are, but behind every carefully crafted piece is a passionate person […]

Woodworking and Paper Machinery Market S...

New Jersey, United States – This Wood and Paper Machinery Market The report provides a comprehensive overview of significant aspects that will drive market growth such as market drivers, restraints, prospects, opportunities, restraints, current trends, and technical and industrial advancements. The detailed study of the industry, development and improvement of the industrial sector and new […]

Fluvanna hosts small business fair to he...

FLUVANNA COUNTY, Va. (WVIR) – Fluvanna’s Race and Diversity Leaders hosted a small business and vendor fair to promote economic development in the county. Since the start of the pandemic, many small sellers in Fluvanna County say they have struggled to grow their businesses. This fair is helping to turn the tide. “It’s all about […]

Magnificent Seven Companies Featured in ...

SAN DIEGO- Wood Pro Expo’s popular Running Machine Program (RMP) puts an exclamation mark on the event slogan “Where Design Meets Technology”. The RMP provides a forum for woodworking professionals to see new technologies in action, told by industry experts. These interactive sessions provide ample time for questions and answers. The range of processes featured […]

Joe Phillip Searcy | Obituary

Joe Phillip Searcy, of New Braunfels, TX, died Monday, April 4, at his home. Joe was born on May 25, 1941 in Menard, Texas to Walter and Sarah Searcy. He grew up in Baytown, TX and graduated from Robert E Lee High School in 1958, then attended Lamar University in Beaumont, TX. Joe joined the […]

2022 Retail Furniture Market Size and Sh...

New Jersey, United States,-The Global Retail Furniture Market report 2022-2028 covers revenue, trade volume, size, value and such valuable data. The Retail Furniture market report provides an objective and unbiased assessment and evaluation of the opportunities in the Retail Furniture market through a systematic market research report that includes numerous other market-related fundamentals. The Retail […]

Karl Duane Wood – Houghton Lake Resorter

Karl Duane Wood, 78, Harrison, known as a great man of integrity and honored U.S. Army veteran who served in the Vietnam War, died April 1, 2022 in Saginaw. A man of common sense and extraordinary wisdom, his quick wit made everyone smile. After living a life filled with adventure, hard work and love, his […]

Dennis Edward Hensley | Obituary

Dennis Edward Hensley January 8, 1927 — March 29, 2022 Dennis Edward Hensley, who died on March 29, 2022, failing his human body and mind. He was 95 years old. Dennis was born in Sylvian, Oklahoma on January 8, 1927, to parents Dorotha E. Sizemore and William M. Hensley. His father, a farmer, died when […]

Oak Park High School mobilizes around a ...

In all classes in Kansas City, children talk about Ukraine. But at Oak Park High School in Northland — there’s a special bond. Oleksandr Ivanov, professor of German and engineering for 10 years at the OPHS — is Ukrainian. “You want to live real life here,” he said, gesturing. at the Oak Park High School […]

The carpentry course allows students to ...

Woodworking saws and sanders begin to hum, the sounds of wood being cut, smoothed and detailed echo throughout the room. Dust begins to accumulate in the air as students use sleds to shape their projects. For construction technology students, it’s just another school day. The Construction Technology Building is an area on campus that allows […]

Robert Poug | Obituaries | Logansport ...

Robert Lee Pugh December 31, 1938 – March 16, 2022 Robert Lee Pugh, 83, of Logansport, passed away peacefully at 8:03 a.m. on Wednesday, March 16, 2022, at his home surrounded by his wife, children, grandchildren and sister-in-law, Dorothy. Born December 31, 1938 in Logansport, he was the son of the late Wilson Lee and […]

Robert “Bob” (“Bob’s Flies”) Daane Nowli

Brookside Funeral Home and Crematorium Robert “Bob” (“Bob’s Flies”) Daane Nowlin, 96, died peacefully at his home on March 18, 2022. Bob was born December 13, 1925 in Ft. Dodge, IA to Sarah (Daane) Nowlin and William Cornelius Nowlin . Bob attended Yakima High School until enlisting in the Navy in 1943. He served in […]

Maine Carpenters Honored at Messler Gall...

ROCKPORT — The Center for Furniture Craftsmanship announces pricing for “Maine Wood 2022.” This is the eighth exhibit in a biennial series that showcases the breadth, creativity, and excellence of Maine woodcraft. It features the work of 19 artists and artisans, selected by a distinguished independent jury from a pool of 59 entries. The exhibit […]

Arnold Mühle | Obituaries | columbuste

Arnold D. Muhle June 23, 1936 – March 16, 2022 Arnold D. Muhle, 85, of Columbus, Nebraska, died Wednesday, March 16, 2022 at Meridian Gardens in Columbus. The funeral service will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, March 23, 2022 at Trinity Lutheran Church in Columbus with Reverend Ollie Fullmer and Reverend Brad Birtell […]

4-H continues to focus on developing lea...

For most of the organization’s more than 100 years, the four Hs of the 4-H Youth Development Program have stood for “Head, Heart, Hands and Health.” For many, 4-H has been about the two Cs, “cows and cooking,” according to Laryssa Hook, an educator at Ohio State University Extension, Delaware County Office. “It’s a long-standing […]

Woodworking Machinery Market 2022 | Gro...

Global Woodworking Machinery Market Report Highlights Latest Market Advancements Amid COVID-19 Pandemic Market research store has released the latest report on the Global Woodworking Machinery Market. The report provides all the valuable data based on the fundamental fragmentation of the market into different sectors. In this research report, different vital elements including competitive landscape, geographical […]

The Earn While You Learn Apprenticeship ...

Amber Guiterrez, Holz Technik Advanced Manufacturing Apprenticeship Program Student Apprentice × Amber Guiterrez, Holz Technik Advanced Manufacturing Apprenticeship Program Student Apprentice Famous designer Charles Eames said: “Details are not details. They do the design. Unique details such as custom contoured and contoured woodwork and curved surface cabinetry that distinguish the architectural design are highly desirable […]

Iowa is about to create penalties for el...

DES MOINES — Iowa is just steps away from joining 49 other states in criminalizing elder abuse. The Iowa House Judiciary Committee on Tuesday unanimously approved Senate Brief 522. The next step will be the review by the whole House. The Iowa Senate approved the bill 47-0 last year. If passed, the bill could then […]

Sterling Heights teens make a name for t...

STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich. (WXYZ) — Carpentry students at Sterling Heights are earning a reputation for designing custom paddle boards. Some of their celebrity clientele include Sir Richard Branson, Kenny Chesney and Ty Pennington. That’s why Heather, Hannah and Jacob say they had no idea learning could be so fun. “I had friends who took the […]

Arizona veteran receives forgotten lette...

KINGMAN, Ariz. (AP) — Sitting around the dining room table at Kingman, 92-year-old Korean War veteran LeRoy Wissinger is surrounded by his children and the forgotten letters he and his family have traded about 70 years ago while in the Navy. Sporting his USS Alstede, AF 48 sweatshirt, Wissinger tells his son, Wayne and daughter, […]

Obituary: Ronald Norman Michaud

Ronald Norman Michaud WATERVILLE – The people and birds of the central region of Waterville will be saddened to learn of the passing of our beloved Father Ronald Norman Michaud. In his professional life, he was an electrician at Maine General Medical Center and was well known and well liked by many personnel in the […]

Retired Macon Homicide Detective Heals T...

Captain Jimmy Barbee had a 45-year career in law enforcement, investigating some of the worst cases. Even now, he is still working on demons. MACON, Ga. — First responders are there for us in some of our worst times. They see things that for many of us live only in our nightmares. “I’ve seen children […]

A mysterious benefactor nest box found |...

For months and months, mystery has shrouded the ornate birdhouses that lie around the Jackson County Greenway. Who took the time to meticulously construct the detailed structures and hang them anonymously? No two were alike and they seemed to magically appear, mystifying the county staff overseeing the Greenway. The mystery has been solved. Gary Fleeman, […]

I loved “Hap” James Reed | Obituary

February 17, 1936 — March 5, 2022 CHESTERTOWN – Loved “Hap” James Reed, 86, died Saturday, March 5, 2022 at Barnwell Rehabilitation Nursing Home in Valatie, NY. Born February 17, 1936 in Rodman, NY, he was the son of the late Loved Ernest and Laura (Curtis) Reed. Hap served in the US Air Force as […]

– A young artist finds out he worked in

WINTHROP — Lisa Gilman, an art teacher at Winthrop, said she’s seen a lot in 25 years as an educator, but never an artist as gifted as fourth-grader Adrien Polky. And when 10-year-old Polky discovered his great-grandfather’s name engraved on the large desk the boy had been using for two years, Gilman and Polky were […]

Brian Beasley teaches pioneering woodwor...

news, local news, A Junee man takes his passion for pioneering woodworking to bring the past to life during a “living museum” festival of activities from yesteryear this weekend. Junee’s annual “Reconnect” festival began Friday and will continue through Sunday at the city’s Broadway museum. For a gold coin on Saturday, visitors can partake in […]

The Docket: Local Court Overview for 3.3...

Chesterfield Circuit Court Queen of Virginia Skill & Entertainment, LLC and POM of Virginia, LLC v. MNRB Inc. d/b/a Turner Road ShellPlaintiff alleges that Defendant breached an agreement by removing its game of skill from business at 7039 Hull Street Road and offering customers other video game machines from competing manufacturers and distributors, and seeks […]

Sentinel Grove Cottage | Salvaged Art: ...

Cabinetmaker Stacey Marple has found a way to draw aesthetics and utility from objects that many people would classify as junk. “I like things that have been thrown away,” she says with a smile. “And then reuse it — it’s definitely about the design process more than anything. Marple likes to make trays, tables and […]

In loving memory of Aaron J. Larson: 197...

Aaron J. Larson, of Vancouver, Washington, died suddenly on November 28, 2021 at the age of 47. After a short, fierce battle with pneumonia, he died in hospital with his wife Sarah by his side. Aaron, or “Aarie” for a few special people he cherished, was born March 12, 1974 in Vancouver, Washington to Cliff […]

Artist combines electronics and art to c...

Cliff McGaha’s creations are filled with surprises and songs. One still looks like moonlight; the sculpted head of Jerry Garcia of the Grateful Dead, with tiny glasses, floats in another. One is Rolling Stones-themed, with red lips, a hanging tongue, and a high-top cymbal; another evokes Egypt, with its clear pyramid and pharaoh’s dogs. There’s […]

Be a tourist: events in the city from Fe...

Looking for fun plans this weekend? Look no further than here in Erie. Here is a list of some interesting activities taking place this weekend! Made by the lake Woodworking by regional artists The Erie Museum of Art is proud to present the exhibition Made by the Lake Woodworking by Regional Artists. This exhibit of […]

Edouard Louis Bullock, 73 years old | B...

Edward Louis Bullock, 73, died Friday, February 18, 2022, in Sagle, Idaho. A memorial service for Edward will be held in Tucson, Arizona on March 12, 2022, followed by a local service (Sagle, Idaho) in August 2022. Edward (Ed) was born on December 28, 1948 in Houston, Texas to Bill and Lois Bullock. When he […]

Carl E. Hazelwood – Radio WRBI

Carl E. Hazelwood, 78 of Batesville, died Monday, February 21, 2022 at his home. Born June 14, 1943 in Madison County, Kentucky, he is the son of Goldie (Nee: Gadd) and William Hazelwood. He served in the Navy during the Vietnam War. After service he will go into construction, retiring in 2003 as a commercial […]

A Nova Scotia craftsman makes replicas o...

Shortly after moving from Montreal to Nova Scotia in 1997, Vito Forgione was hired to patrol the rocks at Peggys Cove. It was responsible for keeping people from getting too close to the ocean and staying away from black rocks. That meant a lot of time preparing for the elements, like high winds and rainstorms. […]

Joseph Anthony Caronia | Obituary

Joseph Anthony Caronia, 76, of Watertown, was reunited with his beloved wife, Ricky, on February 16, 2022. He was surrounded by family and passed away peacefully in his sleep. Joseph was born in New London, Connecticut on April 9, 1945 to Joseph and Olga (Armelin) Caronia. He graduated from New London High School in 1963. […]

Richard J. Kemmis – Oswego County Today

Richard J. Kemmis FULTON – Richard J. Kemmis, 88, of Fulton, New York, died on Sunday, February 13, 2022. He was born in 1933, in Watertown, New York, the son of the late Lester and Louise Monteith Kemmis. Dick graduated from Cape Vincent Central School. He then began his professional career at Kodak in Rochester […]

David Edwards | Obituaries | Terre Hau...

David William Edwards, son of the late Howard Edwards and the late Meraleen Edwards, was born in Terre Haute, Indiana on September 26, 1955. He left this life on February 12, 2022, after a courageous battle with cancer. He was predeceased by his brother, Merl Howard Edwards, in 2019, in Hayward, California. He is survived […]

Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan Acquires

TORONTO- The Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan Board announced that it has entered into a buyout transaction to assume direct ownership of approximately 870,000 acres of loblolly pine forest across the southern United States. -United. According to a separate press release issued by MetLife Investment Management (MIM), Teachers’ paid $625 million for the forest land. MIM, […]

Jack Lindon Obituary (2022) – Atlanta, G

Lindon, Jack Jack Nelson Lindon, 76, was born April 21, 1945 in Attleboro, MA to parents Marjorie Hope (Soule) and Jack Nickles Lindon. He left us on January 18, 2022 after suffering a serious stroke. Jack was a Marine brat. Prior to graduating from Wakefield High School, MA, he had attended 4 other school systems […]

Peak Toolworks acquires Tooling Concepts

ELKHART, Indiana – Peak Toolworks has completed the acquisition of Tooling Concepts Inc. in Elkhart, Indiana. Financial terms of the deal, announced Feb. 9, were not disclosed. Peak said the acquisition of the tooling supplier will strengthen its presence in the Midwest; the company also has 12 locations in the United States and Canada. Founded […]

Third bank makes FDMC 300 list

NEW YORK, NY/ACCESSWIRE/February 10, 2022/ New America Energy Corp. (OTC PINK: NECA), the name will be changed to “Third Bench”, an industry leader in kitchen and bathroom cabinetry and countertops. We are proud to announce that Third Bench has been recognized on the Woodworking Network’s Furniture, Displays, Millwork & Cabinets “FDMC” list of North America’s […]

Frank Clayton Amick | News, Sports, Job...

Frank Clayton Amick, 93, of Cairo, WV, died February 8, 2022 at Ohio Valley Health Care, Parkersburg. He was born on January 18, 1929 in Nutter Fork, Cairo, WV, the son of the late George Harlon and the late Mary Lenora Clayton Amick. Frank was a U.S. Army veteran of the Korean conflict. […]

myracinecounty – OSCAR BENAVIDES

Oscar Benavides, 80, of Waterford, died on Wednesday January 19, 2022 at his home with loved ones by his side. Oscar was born on June 8, 1941 to Enrique and Senovia (Ramon) Benavides in Eagle Pass, Texas. The family moved to the Waterford area in 1955, where he met his 60-year-old wife, Donna (Tindall). They […]

The once abandoned shed is improving the...

A former blacksmith’s shop in South Wales has been transformed into a center for the community. Men’s Shed Clydach is led by Belinda Gardiner, who took on the project after being inspired by other shed projects around the world. Twice a week, the space is busy with people enjoying cups of tea, chatting and engaging […]

Louisville fire captain saves 4 people f...

An off-duty Louisville fire captain is credited with saving four people from a burning building on Thursday as a winter storm rolled through the subway.Capt. Kody Jones of the Louisville Fire Department was off duty when officials said they noticed smoke coming from a structure in the Clifton neighborhood. Mayor Greg Fischer, who recognized Jones […]

CPSC Proposes Standard for Garment Stora...

WASHINGTON, DC — The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has weighed in on tipping issues with a proposed standard. In today’s Federal Register, February 3, a proposed clothing storage unit rule was published in an effort to help prevent overturning clothing storage unit furniture that often involves children. The proposed rule would require garment […]

! Murcia Today – Wood Crafts Exhibition

Publication date: 02/02/2022 The temporary exhibition is presented in the Casa del Artesano de Jumilla, where visitors can also try their hand at craft workshops La Casa del Artesano in Jumilla, Murcia, is hosting a temporary exhibition over the next month to showcase local crafts and handwork. Entitled ‘A mi madera‘ (loosely translated as ‘My […]

Lumber group backs Commerce Department’s

WASHINGTON DC — The United States Department of Commerce announced on January 31, 2022 the preliminary determination of a combined anti-subsidy and anti-dumping duty rate of 11.64% in connection with the third annual review of imports of Canadian lumber making the unfairly traded in the United States. According to the US Lumber Coalition, annual reviews […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

🌱 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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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, […]

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 […]

Jonathan Morse, father | Obituaries

Jonathan A. Morse, Sr. (Jon) July 22, 1962 – December 27, 2021 Jonathan A. “Jon” Morse, Sr., “AKA Otto the Bus Driver”, 59, husband of Renee Morse (née Neadow), of Ransomville, passed away suddenly on Monday, December 27, 2021, at home. Jon was born on July 22, 1962 in Niagara Falls, NY. Son of the […]

The arts of the cowboy | TheFencePost.c...

I’m a store rat. Always have been. If I wasn’t working on my cattle or other FFA projects, I was more than likely to be found in our store. I was also a vocational student, which meant that during my last three years in high school, I spent an hour a day in the school […]

From painting to plaster, everything in ...

CITY OF NEWBURGH – Watching video tutorials or looking for home repair tips online is not enough for Sébastien Aubert. “I like to learn from people. They tell you their own experiences,” Aubert said. “And it’s cool that they’re ready to share. I appreciate that.” Aubert is a Frenchman from Brooklyn who moved to Newburgh […]

Bit Seto Obituary (1942 – 2021) – Reside

Bit Leung “Bit” SetoMarch 20, 1942 – December 9, 2021Pleasanton residentBit Seto died of a heart attack at his home in Pleasanton on December 9, 2021. He was 79 years old. He will always be remembered for his gentle, kind and caring spirit. After growing up in Hong Kong, Bit came to the United States […]

Wood Carving: A Wonderful Art Form from ...

The magnificence of Kashmiri art and craftsmanship is remarkably evident in a unique cultural and traditional heritage that has been preserved for centuries. From embroidery to rugs and rugs, from architecture to papier-mâché, the art of the region presents a perfect and comprehensive blend of diverse cultures, traditions and beliefs. This uniqueness of the Kashmir […]

ROBERT “BOB” FRERKING | KMMO

Robert “Bob” Frerking passed away on Thursday, December 23, 2021 at his home at the age of 80. The funeral will be at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, December 29, at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Concordia, with Pastor Michael Pottschmidt and Pastor Andrew Lehenbauer officiating. Interment will follow in the church cemetery. Visitations will be […]

Wooden model BMW X6 2022 impresses with ...

With over 2.8 million subscribers on YouTube, it’s safe to say that the Woodworking Art channel is a huge success. Much of the focus is on scale models created entirely in wood, and each project impresses with the artist’s exceptional attention to detail. For the last episode, it was the turn of the BMW X6 […]

Find Peace in Redmond | House + Garden

Redmond has a new gem in the heart of Cleveland Street. Calm Living, open since October, offers unique collections of furniture, ceramics, local art, plants, and more. “After 18 years of running my residential design business, I wanted to share my vision of an inspired life with a wider audience,” said Chris Simons, founder of […]

Gerald A. (Jerry) Mansell

Gerald A. (Jerry) Mansell, 78, died early Saturday morning December 18, 2021 at the Kansas Soldiers Home, Fort Dodge, Kansas. He was born on November 16, 1943 in Plentywood, Montana, the son of KC and Lena (Labbate) Mansell. As a young boy he attended school in Russville, Arkansas. After his extensive education, he enlisted in […]

8 practical sites for those who have jus...

Going alone is an important step. While it can be exciting, there are times when it can be overwhelming. However, it’s important to remember that even if you are alone, you are not alone. For those times when you don’t want to pick up the phone and ask a friend or family member for advice […]

Cumberland, Harnett and Sampson seniors ...

“What is there for a senior in Fayetteville?” It’s a question I get asked often during my work day, and to which I would like to give an enthusiastic answer: Senior Games! The Mid-Carolina Senior Games, sponsored locally by the Mid-Carolina Regional Council and a full set of partner agencies, provide participants 50 and over […]

Founder of the Felder group dies of canc...

“The Felder Group loses its founder,” is the simple statement that was posted on the company’s website. Johann Felder, founder of what would become the Felder Group, died at the age of 91 after several years of battling cancer and more than 60 years after founding his international woodworking machinery company. The company was founded […]

Ten Oaks invests $ 9 million in lumber s...

STUART, VA – Ten Oaks, a hardwood flooring manufacturer, plans to invest more than $ 9 million in an indoor wood sorting and stacking facility. The expansion will also bring 11 new jobs to Patrick County, Virginia. “We will continue to invest in this community and grow this business because of the quality of the […]

Kenneth Messenger Obituary (2021) – Enfi

Kenneth W. (Reb) Messenger of Enfield, beloved husband of Frances (Cummings) Messenger passed away on Monday December 6, 2021, he was 85 years old. Kenneth was born March 13, 1936 in Weston, WV, to Elmer and Bonnie (Richards) Messenger. He grew up in Jane Lew, WV, attended high school there, and enlisted in the US […]

Bob May obituary – obituaries and servic

Bobby “Bob” Derral May, 89, died on Saturday, December 11, 2021 in Oklahoma City. Son of Lester Raymond and Gladys May, Bob was born on July 23, 1932. He grew up in Oklahoma City, attending Capitol Hill High School. Bob served in the United States Air Force. After leaving the Air Force he enrolled in […]

Campus support staff advisory committee ...

Friday, December 10, 2021 Meet Jacob Seay, toxicology technician at the Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory. Jacob is also a member of the Campus Support Staff Advisory Committee (CSSAC), which was recently recognized in the Member Spotlight newsletter Campus Connection newsletter, highlighting his work with the ADDLs and his service on the Committee. A native of […]

Obituary of Joseph Fournier (2021) – Fit

Fitchburg Joseph R. “Bob” Fournier, 87, of Fitchburg passed away peacefully on December 4, 2021 at the Rose Monahan Hospice Home. Bob was born in Fitchburg on December 21, 1933, the son of the late Joseph W. and the late Louise (Sarasin) Fournier. Carpentry and mechanical repair skills were both present in his family, and […]

Obituary: Olive Helen Getchell Vining

Olive Helen Getchell Vining FARMINGTON – Olive Helen Getchell Vining, 89, of Farmington, died at her Farmington home on December 5, 2021, with her loving family by her side. She was born August 21, 1932 in Farmington, daughter of Albert Ervin and Helen (Seavey) Getchell of Mount Vernon. She was educated at Kents Hill and […]

works by two photographers exhibited in ...

Nancy Preble’s “Tournesol” Submitted photo The photographs by Nancy Preble and Peter Elias are on display through December at the Woman’s Hospital Association’s rotating art gallery at Central Maine Medical Center in Lewiston. A longtime resident of the Twin Cities, Preble is a self-taught photographer who has practiced this art form as a hobby for […]

Company obtains government loan to build...

$ 13 million, 132,000 square foot carpentry plant arrives in South Huntingdon, and Robinson-based Wyatt Inc. plans to relocate its Monessen plant there to manufacture exterior curtain wall panels and architectural millwork . The new plant will be built on approximately 20 acres in the Westmoreland County Industrial Development Corp. business park, off Interstate 70 […]

Lawrence E. Truax Sr. | News, Sports, J...

Lawrence E. Truax Sr., 91, of Lock Haven died on Friday November 26, 2021 at Geisinger, Lewistown Hospital. He was married to the late Rhoda Lee (Bropst) in 1952. They had been married for 64 years at the time of his death in 2017. Lawrence was born December 19, 1929 in Avis, the son of […]

Timber Industry in Mexico: Information o...

Mexico is the second largest economy in Latin America and is among the 15 largest economies in the world, according to the World Bank. Woodworking, especially furniture manufacturing, is among the country’s main industries, and growth is expected to continue as it takes advantage of the USMCA (NAFTA 2.0, T-MEC) and offshoring. Boletin’s sectoral muebles […]

RICHARD BYRAM | Death notice | mycarro...

THOMSON — Richard “Rich” Byram, 64, of Thomson, died on Tuesday, November 23, 2021, after a courageous battle with cancer, at the University of Iowa Hospital, Iowa City, Iowa. A funeral service was held on Tuesday, November 30 at Law-Jones Funeral Home in Savanna. The best part of Rich’s life was family and fishing. He […]

Lange, Jean Vincent | Obituary

BARABOO — John Vincent Lange at the age of 65 from Baraboo passed away peacefully on November 9, 2021. He was born on November 18, 1955 to Cooper and Ruth (Loomis) Lange in Beaver Dam, WI. John grew up in West Baraboo, he loved entertaining his family and friends with his Donald Duck impersonation, and […]

Bowdoinham Guild Show returns after COVI...

The durable, handcrafted rope baskets are made by guild member Gallit Cavendish. The baskets are made from 100% cotton rope. Lynn Sternfels. The Bowdoinham Guild of Artisans Holiday Show will return this year after being canceled in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The six-day event will promote the work of local artisans, including pottery, […]

See this rare and elegant historic estat...

HOPATCONG-SPARTA, NJ – This magnificent Hopatcong home is brimming with elegance and historic charm. More than a century old, it has a style of yesteryear, with elegant woodwork and a Mediterranean aspect. Overlooking Hopatcong Lake, with historic touches, it has city water, sewers, and over an acre of property. See more details of his listing […]

Where are they now? ‘ first

Takeover of the hometown stars Ben and Erin Napier rose to instant fame when they starred in the very first episode of the Hometown series on Jan. 24, 2016, on HGTV. The reality show features incredible home transformations orchestrated by the talented couple, showing how carpenter and furniture maker Ben and interior designer Erin transform […]

Organized crime drives global deforestat...

Each year, the world loses about 25 million acres (10 million hectares) of forest, according to research by Jennifer A. Devine of Texas State University. Devine, writing in “The Conversation,” states that tropical forests, where most of the deforestation occurs, store huge amounts of carbon and are home to at least two-thirds of the world’s […]

Beland to present products from its exte...

MISSISSAUGA, Ontario – Beland Forest Products will be showcasing its wide selection of construction products at the 2022vWoodworking Machinery & Supply conference and exhibition, February 24-26. Canada’s National Cabinetmaking Show will be held at the International Center. Beland sells to dealers, as well as manufacturers of cabinets, furniture and other wood products. The company stocks […]

Gerald ‘Jerry’ Vifian | The Gazette

Monday, November 22, 2021 Gerald ‘Jerry’ Vifian GERALD JAMES & Quot; JERRY & Quot; VIFIAN Cedars Rapids Gerald James “Jerry” Vifian, 86, of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, passed away surrounded by his children on Thursday, November 18, 2021 at the Country House Assisted Living in Cedar Rapids. He was born April 16, 1935 in Delaware County, […]

Obituary of Ronald Dupuis (1939 – 2021)

Ronald dupuis December 29, 1939 – November 2, 2021 Burlington, Washington – I have never met a man who values ​​life more than Ron. Ron, a 31-year-old resident of Bellingham, enjoyed biking, skiing, woodworking and gardening at his South Hill home. In a crowd he could put everyone at ease, and at times he had […]