Demolition of the former Galat Packing Co. factory in Kenmore begins

The former Galat Packing Co. factory, a landmark on Kenmore Boulevard for a century, is finally packing it up. A demolition crew began tearing down the brick and steel complex that supplied pork, beef, poultry, veal, lamb, lard and other produce to generations of dwellers. ‘Akron. “Good! Good! Good!” the …

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Red Tide Fears limits harvest at Tampa Bay water farms – CBS Miami

MIAMI (CBSMiami / AP) – Fears over the red tide prompted authorities to briefly ban aquaculturists from harvesting in the lower Tampa Bay area, although the ban was lifted on Saturday morning, officials said ‘State. The Florida Department of Health in Hillsborough County has issued a health advisory warning people …

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Walmart thanks staff by closing Thanksgiving Day

It looks like Christmas is coming a bit early for Walmart employees this year. Friday, Walmart announced that all stores will close for Thanksgiving Day November 25. Now, let’s not be selfish here and don’t feel bothered by this kind of overdue news. Walmart is the store that remains the …

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P&Z discusses asphalt plants and gravel pits

▶ ️ Listen to this article now. SANDPOINT – At the end of a 4-hour meeting, there were only six citizens left to hear the Town Planning and Zoning Commissioners postpone a vote on the permit application to allow the construction of an asphalt plant controversial issue in Sandpoint Sand …

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Gardening: an activity that everyone can enjoy | News, Sports, Jobs

WHEELING – This is a very exciting time of year for gardeners and outdoor enthusiasts. It brings me great joy to drive around the Ohio Valley and notice the start of many gardens. Starting a garden without the help of a trusted family member or neighbor can be overwhelming and …

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Some summer gardening tips

Here are some timely gardening tips from the now retired horticulturalist James Quinn. Vegetables Many gardeners are in a hurry to plant tomatoes, but if you missed the early planting in early May, do not despair, they will do very well planted until the end of June. After establishment, about …

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Native plants important for the food web, feeding birds and amphibians – AgriNews

ANNA, Ill. – Native plants create or break food webs. “About 90% of insect larvae will only eat plants that they have co-evolved,” said Erin Garrett, University of Illinois energy and environmental stewardship educator in the County of Alexander, Johnson, Massac, Pulaski and Union. “Insects are the next level in …

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Black Charger Leaked Crash That Left Battle Creek Teen Dead

Sheriff’s deputies are looking for a black Dodge Charger that has leaked the scene of an accident that left a young man dead and are asking anyone with footage to return it. Calhoun County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a serious accident at 9:13 a.m. on Friday, June 4. The accident …

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