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Fee increase could curb citizenship applications  (Woodworking)

Posted by netorius on March 2, 2007

The Citizenship and Immigration Service says a proposed set of fee increases will allow it to hire more staff and upgrade its creaky system so citizenship applications can be approved faster. Among its proposals is to raise the application fee for citizenship from $330 to $595 and the fee for legal permanent residency from $325 to $905.

Bishop nominated for Doves 
Former Madison County resident Kenny Bishop, who was nominated but did not win a Grammy award, has been nominated for two Dove Awards by the Gospel Music Association.

Notice to all Rockford Township residents: the annual Town Election will be held on Tuesday, March 13, 2007 at the Rockford Town Hall located at 3039 Dague Ave. SE, Buffalo. Polls will open at 7:00 a.m. and close at 8:00 p.m. Absentee ballots will be available from our office.

Mason Square vets center opens 
SPRINGFIELD – Harold L. Bell, a retired veteran, said it was “like a dream come true.”

‘Love at first sight’ has lasted 70 years for Florence couple 
J.E. Haynes didnt have an inkling his life would change forever when he and two other guys cruised to a dance in a Model A Ford in 1935. The dance was in Pamplico near the Great Pee Dee River. Haynes sauntered in and scoped out the place.

National Magazine Lists Handyman Connection(R) Among Top Three Home Improvement Companies 
CINCINNATI—-The nation’s leading residential handyman services company this week announced it had earned yet another top five ranking in Qualified Remodeler’s annual listing of the nation’s Top 500 Remodeling Companies.

Fire rips through building used by Oneida nation 
Firefighters from about 10 departments battled a blaze Wednesday night in a building used as a carpentry shop by the Oneida Indian Nation. The building, near Routes 31 and 365 in Verona, appears to be a total loss, said nation spokesman Mark Emery. No injuries were reported.

9.80 pound walleye wins $1,000 
Story created Feb 26, 2007 – 13:44:31 EST. MUNUSCONG BAY -I just got lucky – the right spot at the right time, said Goetzville’s Jim Skinner shortly after winning the 2007 Walleye Jamboree with a 9.80 pound fish in the final hours of the Sault Area Sportsmen Club’s annual tournament. – The Observer-Dispatch – Inferno destroys Oneida Nation carpentry facility 
Miss a day.Miss a lot. VERNON – The state Department of Environmental Conservation will be contacted after a fire late Wednesday night destroyed an Oneida Indian Nation carpentry facility that had housed solvents and stains, officials said.

Mom achieves her goal 
Kelly Kemnitz’s father, Denny Palmer, had it right when he often said, “Kelly’s always wanted to be a mommy.” “Because that has always been what I have wanted to do,” she nods in agreement. “I’ve been a stay-at-home mom since we had our oldest son, Michael, and I love it.


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