Hello everyone! I’m Blaise, the sports editor for The Campus. This semester, I’m starting a column about Middlebury’s entrepreneurs, including current students and graduates. My bi-weekly articles will feature an entrepreneur or a team of entrepreneurs, detailing their business history and explaining where they are and where they are headed.Read More →

Funeral services for Robert A. Gibson, 84, of Ogdensburg will be held privately in the spring at Beech Plains Cemetery in West Pierrepont.(Funeral home) OGDENSBURG, New York (WWNY) – Funeral services for Robert A. Gibson, 84, of Ogdensburg will be held privately this spring at Beech Plains Cemetery in WestRead More →

Louisiana-Pacific Corp (NYSE:LPX) on 02/18/2022 declared a dividend of $0.2200 per share payable March 14, 2022 to shareholders of record as of February 28, 2022. The amount of the dividend recorded is an increase of 0, $04 over last dividend paid. Louisiana-Pacific Corp (NYSE:LPX) has been paying dividends since 1990,Read More →

what’s up, music-theatre-arts, Counterpoint, Ali Aedy, Tess Horowitz, David Attwood, Dorte Conroy, M16, art review Ali Aedy and Tess Horwitz: Counterpart (Gallery 1); David Attwood: Oaks (Gallery 2); Dorte Conroy: Top (Gallery 3). M16 artistic space. Until February 27. m16artspace.com.au. These three exhibitions are articulate examples of the multi-faceted facetsRead More →

Black oak (Quercus velutinalisten)) is a medium to large deciduous oak tree commonly found in the eastern half of the United States. A black oak can be identified by its bark and leaves. The bark is usually dark blackish or brownish gray and the leaves are green with lobes endowedRead More →

Willow oak (Quercus phelloslisten)) is a common deciduous oak. A member of the red oak family, this tree has a dense, usually rounded crown and simple, linear leaves. Willow oaks are typically found in parts of the southeastern United States, north such as New Jersey and Pennsylvania and west suchRead More →

Content of the article One of London’s oldest trees, a massive Lambeth oak dating back four centuries, has finally fallen despite numerous attempts to save it. Content of the article “It’s bittersweet,” Ward 9 Coun. Anna Hopkins, who represents the area, spoke about the James Street tree. “The safety aspectRead More →

The wood furniture market is expected to witness notable growth owing to the ongoing urbanization and changing consumer preferences in emerging economies. The gradually increasing number of housing construction activities has fueled the demand for wooden furniture with aesthetic storage features. Changing the buying behavior and enhancing the purchasing powerRead More →

Richard LeRoy Imler June 19, 1923 – February 3, 2022 Richard “Dick” Imler, 98, of Anderson, died Thursday, Feb. 3, at Ascension St. Vincent Anderson Hospital after a brief illness. Born in Saratoga, Indiana, Richard was the son of Reverend Earl and Mary (Bradford) Imler. He graduated from Middletown HighRead More →

DUNCANNON, PA (WHTM) – It’s lightning Guide, not glider as many people called these sleds. With the news that the Sled Works in Duncannon was for sale, it seemed like a good time to rummage through our safe and pull out a 38-year-old mothball video. On December 17, 1984, journalistRead More →

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) — On Sunday afternoon, the OHSAA released the men’s basketball postseason pairings. Below is the list of tournament grounds by district: Division I Alliance QuarterSection semi-final, February 23Game 1: Ellet vs. RooseveltMatch 2: Harvey vs. Canton McKinleyGame 3: Riverside vs. NordoniaGame 4: Kenmore-Garfield vs. StowGame 5: GlenOakRead More →

Mercer International (NASDAQ:MERC) (TSE:MRI.U) has been upgraded by Zacks Investment Research from a “strong sell” rating to a “buy” rating in a report released on Friday, Zacks.com reports. The brokerage currently has a price target of $14.00 on shares of the basic materials company. Zacks Investment ResearchThe price target indicatesRead More →

According to Forest Trade Analyst International Timber Resources (WRI), sawmills in the Nordic countries had the lowest raw material costs in Europe during the third quarter of 2021. Considering that timber prices in the other Nordic countries are higher than in Sweden, one can conclude that Sweden has the lowestRead More →