A Phoenix Rises from the Ashes: Between Books 2.0
The 53-year-old Schauer reopened in Claymont, where he's been a longtime resident, in January. A soft spoken guy, Schauer often can be found outside the store smoking a pipe and chatting up customers. Inside, Between Books 2.0 is small and unadorned, ...
June 12, 2015
Sheriff on escaped inmates: 'They definitely are someplace'
Law-enforcement officials on Friday said they have no solid evidence showing whether a pair of convicted murderers who escaped from the Clinton Correctional Facility have split up or remain together, as the search for the escapees continued for the ...
June 19, 2015
Yesterday in Marshfield: June 19
75 YEARS AGO: A 4.25-inch rain which deluged Marshfield between 11 o'clock the night before and dawn yesterday, caused thousands of dollars worth of damage to homes and business places. It was a record rainfall for Marshfield, which the previous high ...
June 18, 2015
KukuKube app tests your ability to see subtle differences in shade
Kuku Kube (pictured) is available for free on Facebook, Android, iOS and on desktop browsers. Scores lower than 11 are poor, scores between 15 and 20 is 'lower than average', 21 to 30 is considered normal or average, and a score higher than 31 means ...
April 10, 2015
The Sound and the Fury
Most people wake in the morning to the sound of an alarm clock, family members or their body's circadian rhythm doing its job and waking them naturally. On most weekdays, I wake to the noise of a traffic cop constantly blowing his whistle while cars ...
June 2, 2015
Did you know? Hooped greenhouses help put fresh food on table
Sitting down to a plate full of crisp fresh greens for salad in March, or enjoying local tomatoes at the beginning of June is not so odd these days. In fact, people almost expect it, and are willing to pay for the pleasure. For that reason, high ...
April 22, 2015
Western Companies See Potential in Reaching Iran's Consumers After Nuclear Deal
“We're purely scouting, doing our desktop due diligence in order to better understand and feel the market without investing there yet.” Mr. Momdjian said the hospitality, tourism, logistics, food and mining sectors in Iran looked particularly ...
April 6, 2015
Greg Schauer opened Between Books, a bookstore that operated successfully for 33 years, just after he graduated from Brandywine High School. The next incarnation of Between Books had to be different, Schauer thought. People shop differently than they did more than 30 years ago, when he first opened his store, and he wanted to keep customers coming in. The product knowledge and personal service of Between Books would remain, but in a new, smaller location, with... The 53-year-old Schauer reopened in Claymont, where he's been a longtime resident, in January. A soft spoken guy, Schauer often can be found outside the store smoking a pipe and chatting up customers. Inside, Between Books 2. 0 is small and unadorned, with every wall lined with overstuffed bookcases filled with books, graphic novels and comics, even the counter for the store's register. Two chairs are placed near the counter so customers have a place to relax and chat. Schauer says he always greets customers by name after their first visit.
Law-enforcement officials on Friday said they have no solid evidence showing whether a pair of convicted murderers who escaped from the Clinton Correctional Facility have split up or remain together, as the search for the escapees continued for... State and local police agencies offered up the latest on the search for Richard Matt, 48, and David Sweat, 35 , who used power tools to escape from the maximum-security facility the night of June 5 or morning of June 6. But there wasn't much new... "We don't have concrete evidence they're here," said Clinton County Sheriff David Favro. Repairs have been made to the holes cut into the wall and steam pipes that allowed the prisoners to escape, state officials said at the news conference. State Police Major Charles Guess said the escapees could be anywhere, but investigators are looking for any evidence that they used a "route of egress. "We've searched and continue to search exclusively and extensively in this area with our ground searchers, however bear in mind what you don't see is the voluminous leads that coming into our tip line and investigators behind the scenes," Guess said. "There's literally hundreds of them on scene here and they're using by extension their resources -- the FBI, the U. S. Marhals Service, State Police and other local, state and federal programs throughout the country -- to extend our reach...
10 YEARS AGO : The University of Wisconsin-Madison Alumni Club of the Marshfield area has awarded six scholarships to local graduates who have been accepted to a university for the fall semester. Local recipients were: McKenzie Aschenbrenner, Tara Lucas and Kaitlyn Schalow, Marshfield High School. 25 YEARS AGO: The 130 descendants of John and Mary (Altman) Brandl held a family reunion June 10 at the village park in Milladore. Hoffman, Stratford, will be the camp nurse and Kathy Chrouser, Berna Jo Steines and Ruth Ann Wetterau will also be assisting at the camp. 75 YEARS AGO : A 4. 25-inch rain which deluged Marshfield between 11 o'clock the night before and dawn yesterday, caused thousands of dollars worth of damage to homes and business places. It was a record rainfall for Marshfield, which the previous high for any 24-hour period was 4. 17 inches on Aug.
A Your Voice, Your Future Town Hall on the California Water Drought
Tuesday night was looking WNW out of Edmonds. Thought I was seeing smoke from a fire, but the funnel was turning. Then I watched another funnel descending from the clouds and touching down. No news reports or any other mention of these.
January 28, 2014
HP TouchPad Needs 6 to 8 Weeks for Additional Shipments
HP needs 6-8 weeks to ship additional TouchPads, according to a leaked email sent to customers. HP is prepping one last run for its defunct tablet. Hewlett-Packard will apparently need close to two months to start fulfilling backorders for the (temporarily ...
September 6, 2011