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Full recap of Story County winter festivals and markets

Ames Main Street will hold its annual Snow Magic celebration from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Friday. The festivities include a tree-lighting ceremony, horse-drawn carriage rides, tours with Santa, activities for the kids, and a hot cider competition called WassailFest. “Snow Magic is so much fun,” Sarah Dvorsky, executive …

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James Robert Davis: a woman accused of “sex cult” of Armidale

A woman suspected of being one of the partners of an alleged sex cult leader has been charged as police continue to investigate the group. One of the partners of a man who runs a polyamorous BDSM group on a rural farm will appear in court on Tuesday after being …

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How does an NC Christmas tree get to the White House?

The White House 2021 Christmas tree is cut in a ceremony at Peak Farms in Jefferson on Wednesday, November 17, 2021. North Carolina growers will produce between 5.5 and 6.5 million Christmas trees this holiday season. Travis Long [email protected] READ MORE Insufficient Christmas trees? COVID-19-induced supply chain issues have delayed …

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The Hamptons’ Retail Boom: Growing Pains

To receive the Vogue Business newsletter, register here. Around this time of fall, Randy Neuringer would typically be in a ball gown in the social hustle and bustle of Manhattan as it heats up after Labor Day in early September. Labor Day is the deadline for made by fashion that …

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Residents of the village of Batavia petition to save the Carriage House.

Pictured is the Carriage House in the village of Batavia, which residents fear may be demolished to make room for parking. The house was built in the late 1800s. Residents of the village of Batavia attempt to save the Carriage House, led in part by two newcomers recently elected to …

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Knoxville store will feature coffee from around the world

KNOXVILLE – A 20-year vision will come true when Stir Coffee Company opens next month in downtown Knoxville. Joel and Kim Lewis plan to open Stir Coffee Company at 226 E. Main St. in Knoxville, a property that recently housed Beans N Things. “Well, I had an idea about 20 …

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In Kenosha and Beyond, Guns Become More Common on American Streets

By MORGAN LEE, The Associated Press Across much of the United States, it has become increasingly acceptable for Americans to walk the streets with firearms, whether carried openly or legally concealed. The trend could be seen last week in the city of Wisconsin where Kyle Rittenhouse was acquitted of two …

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Historic Quad Cities Homes Celebrate the Season

Several historic homes in the Quad Cities region will be decorated for the holidays and open for public tours and special events during the first weekend of December, each representing the architectural beauty of a different era. Moline’s Deere-Wiman House, Overlook, was designed in 1872 by Chicago architect William Le …

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Activities to do this weekend in New Jersey from November 19 to 21

SHADY BROOK FARM It’s time to light up your weekend with some of Garden State’s most spectacular light shows! Watch a real big Santa light up on Friday. Spend Saturday learning how to make a wreath, don ice skates, or watch the Cape May tree lighting. The cheerful spirit of …

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The next five Saturdays will be a celebration of Christmas in Elizabethton Parks | New

ELIZABETHTON – Saturday will mark the start of the Christmas season in downtown Elizabethton, as that’s when the traditional lighting of the 78-foot-tall Frazier Christmas tree will take place. Tree lighting is always a bright spot for the Carter County holiday season. The lighting is also the time when the …

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Small Flowers in Bloom – Pittsburgh Quarterly

Little Flower stands majestically where it has always stood, on a small cliff overlooking Woodland Road in Shadyside. Built in 1910 by Daniel Clemson, a steel executive who lived in Highmont on the corner of Fifth and Shady, it was a gift for his son, Ralph. With nine bedrooms and …

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Historic Homes You May Own in the Waco Area | Local News

Waco’s truly coveted historic homes are rare. Scattered across the city in emerging and established neighborhoods, homes with a real hiding place rarely come onto the market and instead exchange hands privately among friends and family. Even in such a low-key collection of homes, when discussions center on historical significance …

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Herkimer’s semi-pro basketball team debut on Saturday

Human calculator Scott Flansburg’s dream of playing semi-professional basketball in Herkimer comes true on Saturday. The Herkimer Originals open their home season on Saturday night at Herkimer College against the Rochester Roc City Lions. Flansburg created the Herkimer 9 which intends to restore the story that claims that key elements …

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Preservation is the name of the game for Peggy Guccione | Local

Guccione and her husband, Doy Zachry, divide their time between Arkansas and their home in the Pioneer Mountains. But while living in Montana, she enjoys bringing buildings back to life and using them. Support local journalism Your membership makes our reporting possible. {{featured_button_text}} “Especially the ones that others wouldn’t look …

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Carton House Review, Maynooth, Ireland

The area The estate’s two championship golf courses, one designed by Colin Montgomerie and the other by Mark O’Meara, are a bane or a boon to the park depending on your feelings for the sport, but are a major draw for tourists. golf enthusiasts. There are two walking and jogging …

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Join George Washington on a Newport road trip

By Nathaniel Philbrick, read by Philbrick. Penguin Random House Audio, 9 1/2 hours, $ 22.50. Many Rhode Islanders are familiar with George Washington’s 1790 letter to the Touro Synagogue – one in which he promises that the US government “will give no sanction to bigotry, no assistance to persecution.” Far …

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Local business briefs: Oct. 7, 2021 |

Barletta employees to receive appreciation bonuses BRISTOL – Winnebago Industries Inc. purchase of Barletta Pontoon Boats, a pontoon boat manufacturer, will result in bonuses for the Barletta workforce. The deal was finalized in August. Winnebago will pay $ 255 million and add Winnebago shares to that price. Fifteen-million in shares …

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House with four gables | Architect’s Review

Project description Transforming a 140-year-old carriage house for the next century, architect Steven Fong reinvented the Southern Ontario Woodlawn Residence with contemporary styling and resilient materials using architectural grade RHEINZINK-GRANUM zinc. Now called the “Four Gable House,” the 1,205 square foot two-story home maximizes floor space within the narrow lot …

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Central mass in figures

750 Smith & Wesson, one of the nation’s oldest firearms manufacturers, has announced it is moving its headquarters from Springfield, Massachusetts, to Tennessee. The move includes the relocation of 750 jobs, although the company will keep much of its business in Massachusetts. Mark Smith, CEO and chairman of the company, …

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Logansport officials consider ways to preserve properties

September 29 — The condition of neglected properties dominated Wednesday’s works council meeting, from the oldest property in Logansport to cleaning up problematic properties. Domicile Square at 2108 North St. was built in 1836, and Paul Willham, communications director for Logansport Landmarks, brought its condition to the attention of the …

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10 hidden gems to discover at Harrison Hot Springs

Please Note: British Columbia is at step 3 of its COVID-19 restart plan. Please adhere to COVID-19 health and safety measures, including physical distancing and frequent hand washing, and wear a mask or face covering in indoor and commercial public spaces. If you are sick, stay home. Lush parks, pristine …

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Update on Maryland’s Top 10 and Top 10 Qualified Nursing Facilities Ranked by Staff Immunization Rate

September 27, 2021 Media contact: Deidre McCabe, Director, Communications Office, 410-767-3536 Andy Owen, Assistant Director, Media Relations, 410-767-6491 Update on Maryland’s Top 10 and Top 10 Qualified Nursing Facilities Ranked by Staff Immunization Rate Maryland Department of Health also announces nine facilities that failed to submit adequate data required by …

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A life at the forefront of community health education

After a decades-long career helping young families, seniors and low-income people regain their health and social independence, Bernice Marmel’s deep commitment to the community has only deepened as ‘she defended the well-being of her neighbors. On April 28, 2021, the longtime Winnipeg resident, lawyer, mother, friend and recipient of the …

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Adsmore House and Gardens to reopen in the fall | New

PRINCETON – The staff and board of directors of Adsmore House and Gardens are preparing the institution for a reopening in the fall. The local attraction closed in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. During the closure, the property received repairs and updates. Administrator Wayne Yates said the Carriage …

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Motivational Mondays for Teens and Families | Community

BRENTWOOD – Youth ages 11-18 (and families!) For the month of October, Motivational Mondays plan to educate the public about the winter blues that can arise and the natural, healthy ways to combat those feelings. By creating, giving back, engaging outdoors, and finding ways to use our time creatively, the …

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Oxford candidates in the home stretch of elections

Breadcrumb Links New Local News Author of the article: Chris abbott Release date : Sep 19, 2021 • 10 minutes ago • 6 minutes to read • Join the conversation Candidates for the 2021 Oxford Federal Election (Chris Abbott / Norfolk and Tillsonburg News) jpg, TN Content of the article …

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Rail project receives $ 15,000 boost

Wide Bay member Llew O’Brien with Murgon Men’s Shed members, Secretary Allen Mitchell, Leo Geraghty, Keith Hatchett and President David Mollenhauer outside the restored 1918 wagon September 17, 2021 A grant of $ 15,000 from the federal government will help the Murgon Men’s Shed move forward with its historic railway …

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$ 8.5 million home has views of Great Meadows

709 Monument Street, Concord, MA Society: LandVest Immobilier, Concorde Website: abbywhite.landvest.com Listing Agent: Abby white Phone number: (781) 488-1355 Price: $ 6,950,000 Style: Colonial Year of construction: 1903 Bedrooms: 7 Bathrooms : 8 full, 2 half baths Living space: 9,443 square feet Lot size: 5.25 acres Garage: semi-detached garage for …

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Lew Wallace Study resumes in-person lecture series

TC Steele Historic Site. Photo provided TC Steele’s childhood home. Photo provided Journal review The General Lew Wallace Study & Museum will host Jessica Stephens from the TC Steele Historic Site at the Indiana State Museum. Stephens will present “A Look Inside the Studio & Home of TC Steele”. Steele …

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Garden Notes: September 8, 2021

Upcoming programs at the Berkshire Botanical Garden STOCKBRIDGE = Berkshire Botanical Garden presents the following upcoming programs. On Saturday September 18, from 9 am to 2 pm, it is “Field survey of the prairies of the prairies”. This field course will explore the colorful variety of meadow flora that comes …

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AVLT closes purchase of Coffman Ranch near Carbondale

Rex Coffman looks at his ranch where he has lived and worked since 1958.Chelsea Self / Post Independent The Aspen Valley Land Trust and longtime Carbondale area ranchers Rex and JoAnn Coffman have officially completed the transfer of the working ranch from the Coffmans to the Land Trust. The shutdown …

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walk to cemetery brings county history to life | Local News

Sunday’s “Voices of the Past” cemetery walk at Mound Grove Cemetery in Kankakee will be a colorful glimpse into Kankakee County’s past. The event is a collaboration of the Kankakee County Historical Society, Kankakee Valley Theater Association and Mound Grove Cemetery. Although the characters represented are indeed in the land …

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Mosquito spray at Cherry Hill early Wednesday

CHERRY HILL, NJ – The Mosquito Control Commission will be spraying and monitoring Cherry Hill early Wednesday morning, Camden County officials said. During the summer and fall, the commission sets its schedules as needed based on the results of its monitoring efforts and public input. “The brief rain yesterday allowed …

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New outdoor space at Exeter Library | Community

EXETER – The Exeter Public Library invites library users of all ages to enjoy our newly renovated outdoor terraces. Now furnished with tables and seating, including rocking chairs facing the river, these three season terraces are fully covered and ADA accessible. Relax in the fresh air, read in the great …

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8 best things to do in beautiful Wiscasset

Located along Coast Route 1, Wiscasset, Maine is a perfect little town and a great place to stop and enjoy a quintessential day in mid-coast of Maine. This Maine town is packed with historic buildings, offers amazing antiques, unique stays, and top-notch lobster rolls. Just north of Boothbay Harbor and …

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TASTE 2021 Advance Tickets Now On Sale

Tuesday August 3, 2021 4:00 a.m. The Taste of Montgomery County is an annual fundraiser for the Lew Wallace Study Preservation Society, the organization which preserves the original artifacts of General Lew Wallace and keeps his legacy alive. Photo courtesy of TASTE Advance tickets for the fourteenth edition of the …

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Upcoming Events in the Capital Region

ALBANY – The Ten Broeck Mansion, home of the Albany County Historical Association, announces its free family program, Archeology Day from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, July 24. The Archeology Day program features archaeologists from Hartgen Archaeological Associates in Rensselaer showing the equipment and process they use for …

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Clauson Family Music Show July 26

The final concert for the 2021 summer season sponsored by the Coloma Area Historical Society will be a well-known local music show, the Clauson Family Music Show, which will perform from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Monday, July 26 in Coloma Village Park. Family members include: Brittney, Cody and …

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Pequot Library restores 127-year-old roof in Fairfield

FAIRFIELD – The roof of the 127-year-old Pequot Library is fully restored – a large-scale venture that has requested nearly $ 1.5 million in donations. The library began work on the roof restoration in 2020 after a 2019 study by New Haven-based architecture firm Pirie Associates ranked the structure as …

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Weymouth offers two camps for children | Characteristics

What better way to harness your child’s creativity than by attending one or both of the Weymouth Center summer camps? “Write Stuff” and “Art Smart” are half-day programs specially designed for Grades 3 to 5, held at Carriage House in Weymouth, July 27-29. “Write Stuff” introduces campers to creative writing. …

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Skyrim: Hearthfire DLC – How to Build a House

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim has three DLC packs, all of which are included in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition. One of the most underrated those was the Fireplace expansion, which allows players to build their own houses in one of three different locations. contrary to Dragon Child …

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Virtual Author Event | Lifestyles

PORTSMOUTH – On Tuesday, July 20 at 7:00 p.m., New York Times bestselling author Megan Miranda comes to Music Hall’s Writers in the Loft series, now presented in an intimate, online format. Miranda will discuss her new book “Such A Quiet Place”, a gripping new thriller about a mysterious murder …

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