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Saddles, Other Items Stolen From Home For Abused Children  (Fine homebuilding)

Posted by netorius on March 21, 2007

MULBERRY — Vandals broke into a carpentry shop at a home for abused children and stole all the children’s saddles, food and tools, the Arkansas Sheriff’s Youth Ranches said Friday.

Unique auction will benefit mission work 
WOODSTOWN Would you like a gourmet meal for eight served at your home, knowing the total cost will go to help those in need?

CARLSBAD Our beloved David James Young, 53, of Ortega Street, passed away Friday, March 16, 2007, at his home after his valiant struggle with cancer.

Colleges combine resources to train students for film industry 
Its been a year and a half since the film industry exploded in the Bossier/Shreveport area, and that progress shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon.

Police blotter 
Route 6: A 36-year-old Somers woman was charged with driving while intoxicated, a misdemeanor, after a Putnam County sheriff’s deputy saw her weaving on the roadway, police said. Deputy Thomas Lee stopped the woman about 1:25 a.m. Sunday, police said.

What’s hot for home — Landscapers, builders show their stuff 
Ponds are a little pass , but waterfalls are, well, wow. “Ponds have become a little bit a thing of the past,” Joe Stevens, owner of Stevens Landscaping of Yakima, explained Tuesday at State Fair Park. “They’re high maintenance.

A man of many hats: Howard Stahl’s carpentry skills an asset to his work with Wayne Fair Board 
WOOSTER — From carpentry to the Wayne County fair board to sheep farming, Howard Stahl wears a lot of hats, and not just the 200 he collects.

Home equity could buoy economy 
Borrowers who have built up their stakes could help keep the U.S. out of recession, despite troubles in sub-prime lending, economists say. Steve Nguyen bought his first home, a three-bedroom ranch house in Lakewood, three years ago with a no-interest sub-prime mortgage. Since then, the sub-prime market has virtually collapsed, leaving many nervous about the housing market and the national …

Students compete for construction gold 
FREDERICK — Tim Putnam will be spending the weekend cutting lumber, framing walls and hanging drywall. But the 15-year-old isn’t a construction worker — at least not yet.


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