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Tower Harbor Launches New Business - Timberjay.com

Software Company Anahata Offers Services to Melbourne's Woodworking Industry

to 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Feb. 27-28 ; 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, March 1 Where: Oregon Convention Center, 777 N.E. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
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Louisville Slugger Parent to Explore Sale of Batmaker - Yahoo Finance

This is one of the last great art forms of woodworking, Starke said. The original craftsmanship is very high. Bringing them back to the original is an art. Woods are matched, as much as possible, to the original. This means using mahogany, which is favored because of its strength, resistance to rotting, and low shrinkage. The deep red colors of the wood give the old wooden boats their classic sheen. Mahogany has traditionally been sourced from rainforests, but many countries have cracked down on the illegal logging that contributed to deforestation in the tropics and rapidly shrinking ranges where the trees can grow to harvestable size. Its been a heartache for boat restorers, said Starke, who said that it is harder to find reliable supplies of the wood. We make do, he said.
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The family-owned business, based in Louisville Kentucky, is likely to be valued at less than $100 million, said the person, who asked not to be named because the information is private. More from Bloomberg.com: California Cartridge-Microstamp Law Upheld in Gun Group Loss Hillerich was a woodworking shop when John A. Hillerich began making bats there in 1884 -- with the brand registered a decade later. Today, 60 percent of Major League Baseball players use Louisville Slugger, according to the companys website.
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of Unionville, age 35, passed away on Tuesday, February 24, 2015. Bill was born August 22, 1979 in Bad Axe, the son of William Roemer, Sr. and Dawn (Diebel) Kundinger. He was united in marriage with the former Tressa Ryan on October 11, 2003 at St. Johns Lutheran Church in Kilmanagh. Bill was employed as an accountant at woodworking school Nietzke & Faupel PC and was studying for his CPA license. He was a member of M.I.C.T.A. and trustee at St. Johns Lutheran Church in Kilmanagh. Bill enjoyed woodworking and watching the Detroit Tigers, gardening, playing tractors and building Legos with Evan. He loved reading Peyton stories and her super big bear hugs. He also enjoyed spending time with his special nieces, Shelby, Mia and Josie Bedore. Bill is survived by his wife, Tressa; two children, his son, Evan, and daughter, Peyton, both at home; parents, William, Sr.
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Anahata is also involved in embedded device development. The software developer achieves this by employing cross-platform technologies to deliver embedded ICT solutions operating on low resource devices that include processors like Intel, ARM and AMD. These devices are connected to external sensors and embedded in various types of equipment, machinery and vehicles. The company delivers solutions for a variety of operating systems that are easily integrated with applications running on such platforms. For example, Anahatas Patient records Management System is seamlessly integrated with medical applications like Genie that runs on the Mac platform.
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Who should replace Jon Stewart on 'The Daily Show'? Forget the obvious picks - Shareable - Neosho Daily News - Neosho, MO - Neosho, MO

email - The longshot: Brian Williams Well, he certainly has some free time coming up. Time and again, Williams has shown his ability to perform, whether through "Saturday Night Live" and "30 Rock" cameos or his wildly entertaining if somewhat embellished storytelling. Why not turn that negative energy into a job that allows him to toe the line between journalism and comedy a bit more? Williams supposedly raised his hand when Jay Leno's "Tonight Show" gig was up for grabs,, according to the New York Times, so maybe he'd be game for this. - The dream pick: Anyone from "Parks and Recreation" As the show winds down its seventh and final season this month, we'd be happy if any of them made the woodworking magazine subscriptions jump to Comedy Central. Hire Nick Offerman and use his Ron Swanson-like American pride and woodworking skills as a counterpoint to Larry Wilmore's more liberal take. Let Aziz Ansari take the chair and use his stand-up skills to skewer daily topics.
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