Contract rejected – Daily progress | NutSocia

Gracie Hart Brooks Editor It’s done – the regulators voted against the sale of the Criglersville school last week. The decision not to sell the school follows the rejection of an application to rezon the property. In June, developer Felix Schapiro submitted a rezoning application for the 5.83-acre property to change it from A1 Agricultural … Read more

71st Eastern Iowa Home Show at the Waterloo Convention Center February… – WCF Courier | NutSocia

WATERLOO – If you just can’t resist the feeling – that overwhelming urge to paint or tear down walls, remodel, redecorate or start a new interior, exterior or landscape project when spring arrives – check out the latest trends and view products available at the Eastern Iowa Home and Landscaping Show, Friday through next Sunday. … Read more

OPINION: Construction needed infrastructure and housing around the… – Cherokee Phoenix | NutSocia

Many decades before Oklahoma became a state, the Cherokee Nation built public infrastructure on that land, from roads and schools to the state’s oldest public building, the Cherokee Nation Supreme Court Building, which now serves as a historical museum. But the Cherokee Nation’s role in building essential infrastructure isn’t just our story. On our 14-county … Read more

Furniture Finds: Resale and Consignment Stores Got a Boost During… – Tulsa World | NutSocia

Not unlike the fashion industry, the furniture industry is largely cyclical: trends that were popular decades ago are reappearing, and vintage pieces gain popularity over time. That’s just one of the reasons we’re seeing a flood of commission furniture here and across the country. Local shops offering consignment pieces from all different eras are seeing … Read more

Lucas appointed chair of the House Science Committee; Stabenow retires – High Plains Journal | NutSocia

A past Chair of the House Agriculture Committee was elected Chair of the House Science, Space, and Technology Committee at the 118th Congress. Rep. Frank Lucas (Photo courtesy.) “I am deeply honored that my colleagues have elected me to chair the Committee on Science, Space and Technology,” said US Rep. Frank Lucas, R-OK. “Our committee’s … Read more

Green Country Home & Garden Show Celebrates 20th Anniversary – Tulsa World | NutSocia

Whether you’re a new homeowner, looking to renovate, or just a curious buyer, next weekend’s Green Country Home & Garden Show has something for you. The free event, sponsored by Burnett Home Improvement, Generator Supercenter of Tulsa and Rickert Landscaping & Tree Service, will be held on January 27th, 28th and 29th at the Exchange … Read more

Criglersville redeux? – The daily progress | NutSocia

Gracie Hart Brooks Editor It’s back – regulators will consider an amended contract for the purchase of Criglersville’s former elementary school next week. In November, after nearly a year of debate, regulators voted to deny a rezoning application for the proposed development of the former Criglersville Elementary School into a venue, lodging and retail space. … Read more

CASEY: More on the still-mysterious US Navy photo found in a… – Roanoke Times | NutSocia

If you remember last Sunday’s column, it mysteriously ended with some important but unanswered questions. The central question is: Who is the US Marine depicted in a photograph that fell from a folded military grave flag in Northern California one day in 2022? And was it linked to a house on Hartsook Boulevard in Roanoke’s … Read more

Harp Design Furniture Store Closing, Real Estate Sale – Waco Tribune-Herald | NutSocia

Prior to Clint Harp’s chance meeting with Chip Gaines at a Waco convenience store, his fine furniture company didn’t set the forest on fire. “In our first summer, I think I made two tables, maybe three, and I made a bed. We haven’t sold any of it. We gave away a few pieces,” Harp said, … Read more

Wells Fargo accuses United Furniture of gross mismanagement… – Winston-Salem Journal | NutSocia

Wells Fargo & Co. is opposing United Furniture Industries Inc.’s Chapter 11 filing for bankruptcy protection, saying it is “an exercise in revisionist history” and only benefits the manufacturer’s majority owner, David Belford. Wells Fargo is United’s largest creditor. A Dec. 30 court filing seeking United’s Chapter 7 liquidation said he owed $99.21 million in … Read more