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UB Reporter - Buffalo University
UB joins White House’s new Smart Manufacturing Innovation InstituteUB is among a select group of academic institutions, industry and nonprofits ta
UB joins White House’s new Smart Manufacturing Innovation Institute
UB Reporter - Buffalo University / Posted 18 hours ago
UB is among a select group of academic institutions, industry and nonprofits tapped by the White House to form an advanced manufacturing hub designed to sustain the nation’s manufacturing resurgence. President Barack Obama announced last week that... Read more
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The Post-Journal
Chautauqua Lake Central School Names Students Of The Monthrecognition program honors students in seventh through 12th grades. Jenelle An
Chautauqua Lake Central School Names Students Of The Month
The Post-Journal / Posted yesterday
recognition program honors students in seventh through 12th grades. Jenelle Annette Senske, 12th grade, is the daughter of Steve and Janet Senske of Ashville. Spanish, government and debate are the subjects she enjoys the most. Jenelle is an... Read more
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examiner.com
Artist spotlight: Kate MawdsleyIllustratorKate Mawdsley grew up in Lancashire in the north west of England. Th
Artist spotlight: Kate Mawdsley
examiner.com / Posted 9 days ago
IllustratorKate Mawdsley grew up in Lancashire in the north west of England. The daughter of a farmer, she lived on the coast in a very rural area. She knew that she wanted to do something in the arts and studied fashion and textiles at Middlesex... Read more
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The Buffalo News
William Franklin Baehre, retired industrial arts teacherJune 4, 1933 – June 17, 2016 William “Bill” Franklin Baehre of the Town of Ton
William Franklin Baehre, retired industrial arts teacher
The Buffalo News / Posted 10 days ago
June 4, 1933 – June 17, 2016 William “Bill” Franklin Baehre of the Town of Tonawanda, who taught industrial arts at Kenmore Junior High School for 35 years, died Friday at Kenmore Mercy Hospital following a brief illness. A lifelong resident of the... Read more
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Daily Record
Morris-area events calendarBRIDE" EXHIBIT: May 1-Oct. 23. Morris County Historical Society at Acorn Hall,
Morris-area events calendar
Daily Record / Posted 13 days ago
BRIDE" EXHIBIT: May 1-Oct. 23. Morris County Historical Society at Acorn Hall, 68 Morris Ave., Morristown. See a timeline of bridal dresses from 1840-1954, and displays such as a bridal couple’s reception, a bride and her mother, and a bride... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Queen's birthday honours 2016: The full listThey come from the worlds of celebrity, sport, culture, science, politics, char
Queen's birthday honours 2016: The full list
Daily Mirror / Posted 19 days ago
They come from the worlds of celebrity, sport, culture, science, politics, charity and many more. Rod Stewart becoming a Sir is one of the big announcements - but there were no knighthoods for the surviving members of England's World Cup-winning... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
In heart of Appalachia, basket weaver follows approaches picked up worldwideProfile of Columbus Arts Festival artist The Columbus Arts Festival runs throu
In heart of Appalachia, basket weaver follows approaches picked up worldwide
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 19 days ago
Profile of Columbus Arts Festival artist The Columbus Arts Festival runs through 5 p.m. Sunday. Howard Peller and his handmade willow baskets are at booth 107R. For more... Read more
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TribLIVE
U.S. funds buying in to energy sector’s latest bull market: sandto energy sector's latest bull market: sand | TribLIVE U.S. funds buying in to
U.S. funds buying in to energy sector’s latest bull market: sand
TribLIVE / Posted 23 days ago
to energy sector's latest bull market: sand | TribLIVE U.S. funds buying in to energy sector's latest bull market: sand NEW YORK — With new signs of life in U.S. oil fields as the price of crude has climbed back above $50 a barrel, fund managers... Read more
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