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Careless smoking causes $180,000 fire (Carpentry)

Posted by netorius on February 21, 2007


Calgary Herald – Fire officials say the incident commander was familiar with the garage, and told crew it was used as a woodworking shop, complete with lacquers, solvents, propane and acetylene tanks. Fire fighters couldn’t save the building, and a trailer and a pair

Online Press Release
PRWeb – Vietnam Emerging As a Major Wood Product Trading Partner A surging demand for Vietnamese furniture has created a large market for US wood products and woodworking machinery. Vietnamese manufacturers are rushing to fill the void as Chinese furniture

Special Events
New Orleans Times-Picayune – A program on 19th century woodworking techniques takes place, 10 a.m.-3 Wed; an open hearth cooking demonstration, 10 a.m.-3 Thurs at the Hermann-Grima House, 820 St. Louis St. $6 adults, $5 students/seniors; programs include a tour of the museum

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After a decade of growth, Upper Bay still expanding
Cecil Whig – Dorsman is one of about 20 paid staff that includes a rehabilitation specialist, a chef and a woodworking coordinator. Upper Bay s building on Booth Street in Elkton is a hive of activity, as busy as any high school hallway. Dorsman said some come

Thank you PR WEB.
PRWeb – “After being picked-up by over 1,190 PRWeb subscribers, and ending up on E*TRADE radio as a result, we’re more than happy with the value proposition you folks have put together. Where else can you put out a measly $200 and be seen by such high

Trade show links buyers with sellers
Sun-Journal – Kim Dailey of Dailey Woodworking in Carthage turns wood into pens, bottle stoppers and salad bowls. He planned to talk with representatives of galleries and high-end stores. “My lowest price on a pen, retail, is $30 – it can go all the way to $200

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