Friday, April 23, 2010
Resident Diane Peachey asked council to resume curbside pickup of yard waste. Peachey has a point. Welcome signs and a thriving urban forest cannot hide those ugly, hand-written garage sale signs people slap onto street light poles, and the junk and garbage that piles up on residential and commercial properties. Click for the rest of the article in fwdailynews.com by Dennis Nartker Thursday, 08 April 2010.
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Norwalk Refector, Eli Beachy, the Firelands Historical Society museum's curator, has vanished, society president Pat Mak said. The historical society chose Beachy over three other applicants in mid-September. Mak said that Beachy, who replaced the retiring Marilou Creary, was by far the best candidate.
Beachy stepped into the position in early October and enthusiastically talked about his new job with the Reflector.
He called the museum "Ohio's best kept secret" and said he'd just spread the word about the museum at the York Historical Society in Medina County. He also called himself the "cheerleader" for the Firelands Historical Museum and Norwalk.
Click for the rest of the story & comments. By Aaron Krause - Refector Staff Writer Thursday April 22 2010, 11:34 am
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Kuntz Family Farm is nestled in the heart of Nehalem Valley in Oregon state. "Our Black Angus Cross are born and raised on our farm. They are calm and docile each one is handled daily and treated with care." Click here to visit their web site and read more about the Kuntz Family Farm.
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