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WINDSOR BY HAND  (Carpentry)

Posted by netorius on March 2, 2007


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Winners of Inaugural MPA Digital Awards Announced 
The winners of the first-ever Magazine Publishers of America (MPA) Digital Awards for Website of the Year, by category, were, for Business/News, Time.com; Fashion, InStyle.com; Entertainment/Celebrity, EW.com; Sports/Enthusiast, SI.com; and…

Building More Than Bookshelves 
Some retired men are on a mission to help kids in Conway. Under the direction of a local author, they’re building bookcases and giving them away in an effort to prevent illiteracy.

Car of Tomorrow debuting today 
BRISTOL, Tenn. The future of stock car racing is about to be unveiled at Bristol Motor Speedway. After seven years of planning, debate and alterations, 50 NASCAR Nextel Cup team are scheduled to test their Car of Tomorrow models today and Thursday at BMS. A rain date has been set for Friday.

Company sends workers to school 
Ashley Batts recalls that he needed little experience or education when he worked at the Bridgestone Firestone tire plant in Wilson in 1990. He did as he was told and then went home.

Christopher P. Kelling 
Christopher P. Kelling, 46, of Wooster, passed away Friday, Feb. 23, 2007, at the Cleveland Clinic after a courageous two-year battle with leukemia. He was born June 23, 1960, in Amherst and was a 1979 graduate of Black River High School.

Ballonatics, a fun way to decorate 
When someone mentions balloons, probably the first thought is the happy face of a child as the balloon floats high above the string tied to his wrist to prevent it from floating away.

Artists want to buy downtown warehouses owned by state 
The Warehouse Arts Management Organization has proposed buying all the warehouses along downtown’s eastern edge that are owned by the Arizona Department of Transportation.

Men Building Old-Time Transportation For Oklahoma’s Centennial 
ENID, Okla. (AP) During the early days of Oklahoma statehood, covered wagons were a major means of transportation, providing shelter as well as travel and even as a place to prepare food. As the old gave way to the new, the covered wagon became a thing of the past, more likely to be seen in a museum than along the hillsides.

Massive Bridger snowstorm prompts area ‘sick’ days 
Sniffles, fevers, scratchy throats, an itch to ski and a healthy dose of fresh snow. Sounds like the symptoms of “powder flu.”

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