Saturday, January 31, 2009
Labels: Local Government
"Little Pink House" by Jeff Benedict. Grand Central Publishing.
The turning point in the saga comes when New London's pragmatic mayor, LLOYD BEACHY, gathers together the feuding parties and nearly engineers an amicable settlement. A pair of activists, John and Sarah Steffian, have become so disillusioned by Gaudiani and her enterprise that they thwart a compromise by refusing to drop a series of obstructionist lawsuits. Acrimony prevails, and the Fort Trumbull project is consigned to a long slog of litigation and hard feelings that one resident compares to a seven-year prostate exam.“Little Pink House” is a great achievement as a piece of local reporting. Click to read the review about this interesting book in The Day-New London, CT. by Kate Moran editor and reporter for the Times-Picayune in New Orleans.
Posted by Watchman at 8:30 AM
Tuesday, January 27, 2009
Amish and Mennonite Heritage Center
Located near Berlin, Ohio, the center exists to educate people about the Amish and Mennonites. The Center's breathtaking mural titled "Behalt" is a 10-by-265-foot cyclorama that illustrates the heritage of the Amish and Mennonite people from their Anabaptist beginning in Zurich, Switzerland in 1525 to the present day. The Center also features a book shop with a significant collection of works about the Anabaptists as well as a gift shop with items provided by the Mennonite Central Committee's "Self Help" program. The Center is located at 5798 County Road 77, just east of Berlin and can be reached by telephone at 330/893-3192. Click here for more information on their web site.
Posted by Watchman at 2:46 PM
January 27, 2009
I'm writing with a simple announcement which let's just go ahead and get it out there: my debut novel, The Slide, is now, as of this very morning, available on store shelves across the country. This is terribly exciting for me, and I cannot possibly stress how important these first few days of sales are. It's a numbers game, this one, and quite literally every sale makes a big difference. To read reviews about Kyle's book on his web site, click here.
Click to read Kyle's complete letter on Beachy Advance.
Posted by Watchman at 10:39 AM
Friday, January 23, 2009
In praise of Army nurses.
1st Lt. Holly Polka, an Army nurse, put information into a computer on patient AMANDA BEACHY in the labor and delivery area at William Beaumont on Wednesday. At top right is BEACHY'S husband, JARED BEACHY.
The hundreds of nurses who provide care to patients at Beaumont Army Medical Center will come together to celebrate another year of work during a luncheon Jan. 31 at the Fort Bliss Officers' Club, Building 250 on Club Road. Retired nurses and the general public also are welcome to attend the event. A subtler celebration will take place at Beaumont on Feb. 2 to commemorate the day in 1901 when Congress established a permanent Army Nurse Corps. More than 600 nurses work at Beaumont Army Medical Center, with fewer than half serving as active-duty military, said Lt. Col. Rhonda Newsome, Click for the complete article by Michael D. Hernandez / El Paso Times
Posted: 01/23/2009 12:00:00 AM MST
Posted by Watchman at 7:03 AM
Tuesday, January 20, 2009
Mary Ellen Beachy of Sugarcreek Ohio has published a delightful cook book called the "Essence of Simplicity" She has dedicated the book to the memory of her mother. Fannie (Schlabach) Miller. "She taught me the importance and joy of hospitality, not by word but by doing." Mary said "I have discovered the joy of cooking involves much more than the food" To purchase this well named cook book, "Essence of Simplicity" write to address 1341 Township Road 167 Sugarcreek, Ohio, 44681.
email address, firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted by Watchman at 11:08 AM
Monday, January 19, 2009
Labels: Medical Research
California has had the advantage of SEED grants, research grants and facilities grants from the institute that have been unavailable to the rest of the country. The money has led a number of the nation’s leading stem cell researchers to move to California, including two who came to Stanford Michael Clarke, MD, from the University of Michigan, and PHILIP BEACHY, PhD, from Johns Hopkins. And the CIRM money has attracted private matching funds that have enabled the building of new stem cell centers, such as the Lorry I. Lokey Stem Cell Research Building at Stanford, projected to be the largest stem cell research facility in the nation. Click to read the complete article by Krista Conger in the Imperial Valley New - Holtville,CA,USA
Posted by Watchman at 9:15 AM
Friday, January 16, 2009
Labels: Local Government
Town Attorney Doug Hayes watches as Clerk/Treasurer
Wanda Chupp swears in councilmen Abe Beachy, Dean
Hawkins, and James Winkler. Picture credit Millersburg.org
"I think as the year goes on, we need to be aware of opportunities to buy more," council member ABE BEACHY said. "If we have the funds, our storage should be full by spring, if we buy it (salt) as we can." Click here to read about Millersburg, fee increases, salt purchases etc. by Stephanie Debolt, Goshen News, Ind.
Posted by Watchman at 12:25 PM
Saturday, January 10, 2009
Labels: President Roger Beachy
Creve Coeur — Researchers at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center say they have discovered how to genetically modify rice to make it more resistant to a disease that is ravaging Asian rice farms. "The breakthrough came when we understood how the virus made the plant sick," said Roger N. Beachy, president of the center. "Then we used that information against the virus." The technology is viable in the greenhouse and in the laboratory, Beachy said. The next step is to test it in the field. Click to read an informative article by Georgina Gustin, St. Louis Post-Dispatch-MO 01/10/2009
Posted by Watchman at 6:12 AM
Thursday, January 08, 2009
Galesburg IL residents camp out for year's worth of weekly meals.
ISAIAH PEACHEY, 18, of Galesburg was not the first person in line but was sitting in front of the door at about 7 a.m. He arrived at 6:15 p.m. Tuesday. "It's free wings," said JOE PEACHEY, wrapped up in a sleeping bag. "Free wings - we're college students. Free wings are always good." Click for the story by
By JOHN R. PULLIAM of GateHouse News Service Posted Jan 07, 2009 @ 10:40 PM
Posted by Watchman at 4:34 PM
Wednesday, January 07, 2009
Mr. Beachy's crisp prose underscores the lethargy and bittersweet ache that define Potter's first summer home after college. The author renders, paradoxically, the futility of language to convey both the hopelessness and the hope that everyone, both Potter and his readers, have all at one point felt so deeply. Click here to read the review by Katy Olson Special to Florida Weekly - Fort Myers, FL. USA
Posted by Watchman at 11:38 AM
Tuesday, January 06, 2009
Golden Firefighter Trent Beachy is back in Colorado after breaking
his neck during a trip to the Midwest over Thanksgiving weekend.
Beachy and two other people were injured when his pick up truck
veered off the highway in Iowa and rolled multiple times before
coming to rest on its roof. Beachy had to be extricated from the vehicle and was hospitalized in Omaha, Nebraska for two weeks where he underwent surgery. Throughout this experience, Beachy has remained positive and is working hard towards a full recovery. He has developed a new appreciation for life and his family at the Golden Fire Department. Click here for more details.
Posted by Watchman at 10:41 AM
Sunday, January 04, 2009
The above picture was taken January 1, 2009 by Jeanette. She was going with her husband Kurt in a helicopter to service a Telus Phone tower on a mountain top in British Columbia Canada. This is close up of three Goats in a group of thirty. Just one of several incredible photos of Mountain Goats and where they hang out in the winter months. Thanks Jeanette.
Posted by Watchman at 8:35 AM
Friday, January 02, 2009
Cookoff in Sugarcreek
There will be a pork tenderloin throwdown at Heini's Gourmet Market in Sugarcreek on Thursday, Jan. 8. It's located at state Routes 39 and 93 in Sugarcreek. Click here for information about the market.
The market will host cookbook author MARY ELLEN BEACHY, from 6 to 8 p.m. Jan.22, Beachy, author of The Essence of Simplicity, will share ideas for easy, healthy meals. To purchase e-mail email@example.com.
Click for article by Lisa Abraham food writer, Akron Beacon Journal-Arkon, OH, USA
Posted by Watchman at 12:56 PM
Thursday, January 01, 2009
Labels: Fire Fighters
Above picture: same firemen from a previous controlled fire.
The 83-year-old sternwheeler, known as the Kumdis River Lodge, was destroyed by fire on Christmas Eve.
Port Clements firemen received the call at 10:30 am on Dec. 24. Fire chief Craig Beachy says smoke was visible from the town's small craft harbour and Port Clements resident Dave Unsworth saw it from there.
"He saw the smoke coming from around the corner of the bay," says Mr. Beachy. At that point no one knew what was on fire. Click to read the complete story in the qciobserver.com - BC Canada
Posted by Watchman at 9:06 AM