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Order of Australia comes as a surprise for Bill L...
BILL Llewellyn once put in for someone else's OAM, but never thought he'd get one. YMCA and Rotary Club stalwart Bill Llewellyn once submitted documentation on behalf of a colleague for the Australia...
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United Way campaign nears close
The year 2014 may be over, but the 2014 Cowichan United Way campaign is still going strong. Donations to the charity will continue to be accepted until Feb. 10, as the campaign winds down for another...
Read more at Cowichan News Leader Pictorial
Finally, the Museum of the Future Is Here
Tessellated smiley faces in the Cooper Hewitt’s “immersion room,” which projects decorative patterns on the wall and lets users design their own (Robinson Meyer/The Atlantic) Very soon, every visitor...
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AUSTRALIAN SCROLL SAW WANGARATTA: It's the cuttin...
BEST of the best scrollers to be on display in Wangaratta. THE fine art of scroll sawing is definitely alive and well in Wangaratta this weekend, with an exhibition of the “best of the...
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Billionaire who bet against housing reaps reward
Mr. Greene has purchased two other hotels in West Palm Beach and he is working on approvals to build two 30-story towers downtown that would house a five-star hotel, a conference center and the most...
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Barre Area high schools can be saved, at reasonab...
I am penning this letter to question just how far the stupidity (and greed) of our Valley will go concerning the integrity of the great Coughlin and Meyers high schools and if upcoming decisions about...
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Judi Lloyd: How to eat right, winter style
Winter got you down? Remember that New Year’s resolution to get healthy? Is your mission good nutrition? Then, come to the River Bend Town Hall on Tuesday, Jan. 20 at 6:30 p.m. for a free workshop...
Read more at New Bern Sun Journal
Food industry executive to speak at York College ...
Phyllis Marquitz, an executive with candy giant Mars Inc., will be the speaker at a luncheon meeting of the York College Women's Business Center Organization on Feb. 9. Marquitz is a director in...
Read more at York Daily Record
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How Yesterday's Blue-Collar Brands Became Today's...
Just a few years back, the L.C. King Manufacturing Co., founded in 1913 and the oldest family-owned cut-and-sew garment factory in the U.S., was nearly extinct. Inside the company's weathered brick...
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Warburton, Victoria: Travel guide and things to do
Warburton is a small town in the upper Yarra Valley Warburton is a quiet, attractive and rather charming old goldmining town of some 2000 people set in a fertile green valley by the Yarra River. It...
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Denver furniture maker in hot competition on Spik...
A Denver furniture maker is in the running for $100,000 and the chance to sell his wares at national modern furniture chain CB2. To win, though, Garrett Brown must successfully run the gauntlet that...
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IZEA taps artists for cool new tech office
When Ted Murphy, founder and CEO of IZEA, wanted to make people excited about coming to work, one thing he did was hang a huge lighted sign that said “WOW” at the main entrance. He hired local...
Read more at Orlando Sentinel
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Jim Adkins of Dexter demonstrates securing an unfinished cherry wood bowl onto a lathe that was donated by several area
for use in the Industrial Arts classroom at DHS. The lathe is put to...
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