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Payson Roundup
Club donates trees to Paysonto right: Yvonne Bickford, Jan Owen, Eileen Lawson, president Sallie Loman, sec
Club donates trees to Payson
Payson Roundup / Posted 13 hours ago
to right: Yvonne Bickford, Jan Owen, Eileen Lawson, president Sallie Loman, secretary Cathy Hicken, Joyce and Carol Teig, Peggy Smith, Nancy Cox and Willa and Ralph Patterson. More like this story Use the comment form below to begin a discussion... Read more
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The Gourmet Retailer
Emmi Buys Cowgirl Creamery - Cheese, Dairy & Delito Emmi, the Swiss dairy company. Tomales Bay Foods, the Cowgirl distribution c
Emmi Buys Cowgirl Creamery - Cheese, Dairy & Deli
The Gourmet Retailer / Posted 2 days ago
to Emmi, the Swiss dairy company. Tomales Bay Foods, the Cowgirl distribution company, is part of the deal. Sue Conley and Peggy Smith, who founded Cowgirl Creamery in 1997, finalized the sale just eight months before Cowgirl’s 20th anniversary.... Read more
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Lifehacker Australia
When You Shouldn't Eat Stinky CheeseThey can start to rot just like anything else. But how can you tell if it’s bad
When You Shouldn't Eat Stinky Cheese
Lifehacker Australia / Posted 2 days ago
They can start to rot just like anything else. But how can you tell if it’s bad if it already stinks? Sue Conley and Peggy Smith at Food52 suggest there’s a particular smell to look for: The first indication of a past-prime cheese is an... Read more
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Petluma360.com
Petaluma’s Cowgirl Creamery sold to Swiss company Emmiidea that it’s the best way to keep it going and growing,” said co-founder Sue
Petaluma’s Cowgirl Creamery sold to Swiss company Emmi
Petluma360.com / Posted 8 days ago
idea that it’s the best way to keep it going and growing,” said co-founder Sue Conley, who started the company with partner Peggy Smith nearly 20 years ago. The two, who owned 80 percent of the business, will remain at Cowgirl as co-managers, with... Read more
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Marin Independent Journal
Swiss company buys Cowgirl Creameryidea that it’s the best way to keep it going and growing,” said co-founder Sue
Swiss company buys Cowgirl Creamery
Marin Independent Journal / Posted 8 days ago
idea that it’s the best way to keep it going and growing,” said co-founder Sue Conley, who started the company with partner Peggy Smith nearly 20 years ago. The two, who owned 80 percent of the business, will remain at Cowgirl as co-managers, with... Read more
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Air Force Times
American Military University unveils community space for veteransin a corner of a warehouse,” he said. “We have a campus kind of lifestyle witho
American Military University unveils community space for veterans
Air Force Times / Posted 26 days ago
in a corner of a warehouse,” he said. “We have a campus kind of lifestyle without the foot traffic.” Charles Town Mayor Peggy Smith said the city is proud to have the new center. “It will truly be an honor to serve the men and women who so... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Deer, sea, waterfalls beckon in Point Reyeshead out: the best to-go lunch you’ve ever had. Started by seasoned restaurateu
Deer, sea, waterfalls beckon in Point Reyes
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 26 days ago
head out: the best to-go lunch you’ve ever had. Started by seasoned restaurateurs Sue Conley (Bette’s Oceanview Diner) and Peggy Smith (Chez Panisse) in the early 1990s, Cowgirl Creamery features cheeses like the St. Pat, which is seasoned with... Read more

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