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Iola gets a new Ice Age Trail section

Hikers will soon have a new stretch of Ice Age National Scenic Trail to discover in northern Waupaca County. Another nearby section in Portage County has also reopened after being closed for three years. Photo courtesy of Ice Age Trail Alliance Skiers and hikers won’t have to share the trail By Greg Seubert A shared […]

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 […]

MSCoE CG and CSM Send: Celebrate Our Ind...

FORT LEONARD WOOD, Mo. — On July 4, we will celebrate the 246th birthday of the United States. Independence Day commemorates the signing of the Declaration of Independence and the history of our nation. Leaders, before the long weekend, talk to your trainings about risk management and safety prioritization. Discuss topics such as below and […]

Two local girls make a name for themselv...

By Heather GravesEditor GREEN BAY — Carolina Martinez may be known statewide by her nickname, Little, but 14-year-old West De Pere’s presence on the rugby field is anything but. “I’ve been playing rugby since 2014 or 2015,” Martinez said. “I played flag from elementary school to the end of middle school. In sixth grade, I […]

RICHARD HARRY SWAYZE – The County Press

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. […]

How to Use a Location Map in Minecraft 1...

Maps are important things to have in Minecraft that are extremely useful for exploring, getting home, and finding other players or structures that have already been visited. They are also the subject of an incredibly difficult achievement that requires players to perfectly complete nine adjacent cards. Losing a map is painful, especially when players have […]

Power of puppets! RSC uses puppet capti...

SWalk into the Los Angeles office of the Jim Henson Company and a bunch of Fraggle Rock doozers greet you at the front desk. Fozzie Bear watches from a filing cabinet, Sesame Street’s Big Bird poses in a giant rococo frame, and one of Maurice Sendak’s wild things crouches on a corner cabinet, hairs sprouting […]

Transport minister ‘out of patience’ ove

By RNZ With ferry prices rising, Transport Minister Michael Wood refuses to wait for negotiations, initiating the process of integrating the Waiheke ferry into the public transport network. Auckland MP Chloe Swarbrick said the ferry is one of the most expensive in the world and one of the biggest concerns raised by voters in recent […]

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, […]

Local loggers: Nova Scotia entrepreneur ...

“Local support” has been a rallying cry across the country during the pandemic. In Nova Scotia, that means shopping the weekend at the farmer’s market, raising a cup of craft beer and shelling out for locally caught seafood. But where local support seems to come to a screeching halt is in the forests. For many, […]

Groundbreaking project brings lost archi...

One hundred years ago this week, on June 30, 1922, the Public Record Office of Ireland was destroyed at the start of the Civil War. When Herbert Wood, Assistant Curator of the Office of Public Records, returned to the site of the Four Courts to assess the damage, he noted that “all of a sudden […]

The clubs used by Xander Schauffele to w...

They say you can’t win a PGA Tour event on Thursday, but Xander Schauffele won the Travelers Championship on Thursday and Friday, shooting a straight 63 and then posting a 67 and 68 over the weekend. It was enough for a two-stroke victory over Sahith Theegala (who doubled the final hole) and JT Poston for […]

The Greenville Woodworkers Guild builds ...

Greenville, SC, June 26, 2022 — (PR.com) — 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 […]

Business Information: Olde Salem Brewing...

Olde Salem Brewing Co. raises his glass after the opening of his new tavern in downtown Roanoke. The craft brewer, which has been serving from its Salem base since 2017, has expanded to a second location and breathed new life into the Market Street building previously occupied by Deschutes Brewery. “It was a great opportunity,” […]

HAL’S KITCHEN: 2nd opening of Bagelsmith

Breadcrumb Links Columnists Bagelsmith owner Phil Klein. Photo by Hal Anderson /Winnipeg Sun Content of the article My favorite bagel store is opening a second location. Bagelsmith will open at 1130 Taylor Avenue on Tuesday. I met owner Phil Klein and his amazing Montreal-style bagels and schmears before he opened his first store at 185 […]

Global Wood Products Market Set to See H...

According to Marketreports.info Wood products market Report 2030, examines various factors driving or restraining the Wood Products market, which will help the future market to expand with a promising CAGR. Wood Products Market Research Reports offers an extensive collection of reports on different markets covering crucial details. The Wood Products report studies the competitive environment […]

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 […]

14 Fun Food Festivals Around DC This Sum...

Savor: An American craft beer experience. Photo courtesy of the Brewers Association. Savor: An American Craft Beer ExperienceWhen: Friday, June 24 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.Where: The anthem (901 Wharf Street, Southwest)Calling all beer and food lovers: choose from over 200 craft beers and pair them with small bites, including honey-spiced duck breast, tuna […]

Melamine Faced Particleboard (MFC) Marke...

New Jersey, United States – The Melamine Faced Particleboard (MFC) Market The research report examines the market in detail over the predicted period. The research is divided into sections, each of which includes analysis of market trends and changes. Drivers, limitations, opportunities, and barriers, as well as the impact of numerous aspects on the industry, […]

Vilsack Forest Service memorandum discus...

On June 23, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack issued a memorandum to the US Forest Service directing the agency to take bold action to restore forests, improve resilience and address the climate crisis. The memorandum partially addresses the potential of sustainable wood-based aviation fuel (SAF). A section of the memorandum directs the Forest Service to develop […]

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 […]

Biden administration leans on Tesla for ...

June 23 (Reuters) – U.S. President Joe Biden rarely mentions electric car maker Tesla Inc (TSLA.O) in public. But privately, his administration has leaned on the company to help craft a new policy allowing electric vehicles (EVs) to benefit from lucrative national renewable fuel subsidies, according to emails reviewed by Reuters. The Biden administration contacted […]

Lawyer quits 1/6 panel amid talks over M...

A lawyer working as a lead investigator for the U.S. House committee investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection will quit his post amid calls urging him to run for a U.S. Senate seat from Missouri as an independent. John F. Wood’s resignation takes effect Friday. The resignation was confirmed on Wednesday by Steve Crim, a political […]

Person shot at Wood Street encampment in...

A man was fatally shot at the sprawling Wood Street homeless encampment in West Oakland on Tuesday – and it’s the second shooting to occur there in two months. The shooting happened just before 2pm today and, as the East Bay Times reports, the victim was taken to hospital and later died. It is not […]

‘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 […]

The Day – Max’s Package Store: a family

East Lyme – Max’s Package Store now features a larger than life Number 76 on its storefront at 329 Flanders Road. Since the liquor store celebrated its 75th anniversary last year, CEO Alan Wilensky has decided to update the number every year because he knows how rare it is for a business to have such […]

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. […]

Couple cultivating a farm in the middle ...

PRAIRIE GROVE – The family farm, Rio Flora, is more than a hobby for Annie Sales. She wanted to commit to staying home with her son. The new farm, made up of several gardens located in a neighborhood in the middle of Prairie Grove, made that possible, while enriching her family’s life, she said. Sales […]

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 […]

Black Desert Online Adds Another Major R...

| Pearl Abyss has added a major renewal update to black desert online, specifically for the Balenos questline and the Kingdom of Elvia in Calpheon. For those not quite familiar with the questline, Balenos is considered a warm hometown of adventurers, as it is one of the first regions players will encounter in the game […]

Windermere Briery Wood Country House man...

A MANAGER celebrated his 24th year of service at the Windermere Briery Wood Country House Hotel. Roger Benson joined the business as new manager in 1998 and has spent over two decades with the hotel and experienced all that the Lake District hospitality industry has to offer. After living in Ambleside for over 40 years, […]

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 […]

When pastry and real estate collide

Tartine, a world-famous bakery and San Francisco institution, opened its doors in 2002, on an unassuming corner of Guerrero Street, on the edge of the Mission District. The Internet bubble had just burst and the city was in a period of transition. The median rent for a two-bedroom apartment had fallen from three thousand dollars […]

Rockets to trade Christian Wood for Mave...

Getty Images The Dallas Mavericks have agreed to trade the No. 26 overall pick in the 2022 NBA Draft, Boban Marjanovic, Trey Burke, Marquese Chriss and Sterling Brown to the Houston Rockets in exchange for Christian Wood, according to Shams Charania. This trade won’t be completed until draft night due to the Mavericks owing the […]

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 […]

13-inch MacBook Pro with M2 available to...

June 14, 2022 UPDATE 13-inch MacBook Pro with M2 available to order from Friday, June 17 On Friday, June 17 at 5:00 a.m. PDT, the updated 13-inch MacBook Pro with M2 will be available to customers on apple.com, the Apple Store app, and through Apple Authorized Resellers, and will begin arriving worldwide . Friday, June […]

Costa Rica and New Zealand will play for...

Placeholder while loading article actions Costa Rican officials will have extra time for lunch to watch their national team take on New Zealand in a playoff match to decide the last team to qualify for the World Cup in Qatar. President Rodrigo Chaves’ edict allowing Costa Rican public sector workers to watch the show during […]

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 […]

The De Havilland Mosquito might be the b...

De Havilland Mosquito: How good was it? For most Westerners, the mosquito is a blood-sucking insect that is just an annoying pest. But in some parts of the world, the mosquito can be downright deadly, especially the Anopheles mosquito responsible for spread of malaria. During World War II, it was a different mosquito that scared […]

Evan Rachel Wood once shared that Marily...

As many know, actor Evan Rachel Wood and Marilyn Manson were once in a controversial relationship. Although their story is now marred by controversy, there was a moment when Wood credited Manson with helping her be herself. Evan Rachel Wood once claimed that Marilyn Manson took care of her through the best and worst times […]

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 […]

Alabama man Winston Hagans convicted of ...

Placeholder while loading article actions An Alabama man who planted flowers at his fiancée’s grave and was arrested at the direction of the woman’s disapproving father was found guilty of littering this week. About a month after Winston “Winchester” Hagans got engaged, his fiancée, Hannah Ford, was killed in a three-car accident in January 2021 […]

Advantages and disadvantages of 11 commo...

As summer approaches, many are looking to plant flowers, shrubs and trees. Many of us know our fair share of flowers, but what about trees? How do you choose? Which would be an asset to your landscape or cause more headaches? So before heading to your local nursery, look at the trees listed […]

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 […]

10 best products to start meditating

With so much going on in the world right now, we could all use something to help us feel calmer. Fortunately, studies have shown that meditation can help reduce anxiety and depression, relieve insomnia, etc. Meditation is a technique that has been used for thousands of years to develop present moment awareness. This can involve […]

Expect more high-loft fairway woods at B...

By: ryan barat June 9, 2022 Justin Rose is one of the PGA Tour pros with some very inflated fairway woods in his bag. ryan barat Although once thought of as clubs aimed primarily at low swing speed players, high loft fairway woods like 7 and even 9 woods continue to infiltrate the bags of […]

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 […]

Increase in crime and impunity in the Ja...

SAO PAULO (AP) — The Javari Valley in the Amazon region, where a British journalist and an indigenous affairs official are missing, is Brazil’s second-largest indigenous territory and sits in a remote area bordering Peru and Colombia. Crime is rampant there and government oversight is weak, adding to fears about the duo’s whereabouts and condition. […]

Clark County Council Building Land Heari...

Clark County Council is set to adopt updates to the county’s vacant building land report following a public hearing on Tuesday. The hearing was a continuation of meetings held on March 1 and April 19. The county has until June 30 to adopt the revised report to meet the state’s legislative deadline. The Building Land […]

Government broke climate rules to subsid...

Sustainable future New documents show government subsidies for international air freight should have triggered a climate impact assessment, reports Marc Daalder Transport Minister Michael Wood said no climate impact assessment was needed when the government has earmarked hundreds of millions of dollars to allow more than 2,000 more international flights to take place in 2021 […]

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 […]

One love for all Kerala

The Premam furniture collection by Khoo V-Ho is inspired and inspired by the state of southern India A A Malaysian-born law graduate, she fell in love with the culture, crafts and architecture of Kerala, India, and designed a collection of furniture called Premam, which means “love” in Malayalam, a language spoken in the state. Khoo […]

How a Persistent Bahamas Diver Solved a ...

Tom O’Neill didn’t know what to think when he received an unexpected email last fall. The email was from a man who claimed to have found a plane, the one O’Neill’s uncle was in when it crashed in World War II. The plane was off Nassau, Bahamas. O’Neill’s uncle, Maurice (pronounced Morris) O’Neill was from […]

Mount Gambier Winter Market returns

WELCOME BACK: With the Winter Market returning to Mount Gambier this year, Picnic in the Woods owner Laura Wood is thrilled to be a part of it. Charlotte Varcoe FOLLOWING a successful inaugural event last year, the Mount Gambier Show Society Winter Market will be back. Over 20 vendors have already booked their place at […]

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 […]

Le Promeneur, June 5, 2022: Events in th...

Advertise your community events, fundraisers and club meetings for free in The Stroller. Send information at least one week in advance to [email protected] or The Stroller, 210 Wood St., Tarentum PA 15068. Please include a daytime phone number. The firefighters’ carnival begins Tuesday in Vandergrift The Vandergrift Volunteer Firefighter Carnival will be held from 6-10 […]

Main dossier for June 5 | West

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. The dining option for meal service is back. Take-out lunches are always available by entering the center through the […]

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 Technique J. Kenji Lopez-Alt Uses to...

In an article for The New York Times, J. Kenji Lopez-Alt details that grilling his pizza is the secret technique he uses at home, a skill he picked up working at a bar called Cambridge 1 after graduating from college. Lopez-Alt says the grill is the only piece of equipment the average person has in […]

Chicago Murals: Jorge Nambo-Palmeno want...

When he moved from Mexico to the United States at age 9, Jorge Nambo-Palmeno didn’t speak much English. So he sometimes communicated with his new classmates through art, by drawing pictures for them. One of those early doodles was of a robot. Nambo-Palmeno, now 29, still likes to put robots in his works. But he […]

Five Decorating Trends We’re Loving This

Five decorating trends we’re loving this winter Love it or hate it, winter is right around the corner, which means it’s time to start updating your home decor for the colder days ahead. To combat the drop in temperatures outside, winter is the perfect time to boost the comfort factor in our homes. If you’re […]

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 […]

First Look: St. Paul’s Momento Is For Ca

Momento Restaurant + Bar is betting on downtown St. Paul. Its location is familiar – the old Pazzaluna. Like its predecessor, Momento is operated by Morrissey Hospitality, which also owns the St. Paul Grill. But unlike the previous occupant, the restaurant is about half the size and filled with natural light and light-colored fixtures. Seats […]

Mr. Richard ‘Dick’ Jamieson, 6th generat

Mr. Richard ‘Dick’ Jamieson, 6th generation Vermonter, farmer, skier, grandfather Richard “Dick” Jamieson passed away peacefully on May 27, 2022 with his family by his side following complications from heart surgery in Salt Lake City, UT. A sixth-generation Vermonter, Dick was born in Bennington on January 2, 1944. He grew up on a dairy farm […]

Meet “The Beast” who turns wood waste in

New Zealand has a huge problem with wood waste. EnviroNZ’s new facility has the solution. It is estimated that wood accounts for 12.5% ​​of all waste sent to landfills in New Zealand each year. It’s a growing environmental problem, but there is a solution – and they call it “The Beast”. This specialist heavy machinery […]